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    Tobacco Advertising

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    According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), “advertising must be truthful and non-deceptive… advertisers must have evidence to back up their claims… and advertisements cannot be unfair.” Also the FTC says that an advertisement is unfair if “it causes or is likely to cause substantial consumer injury which a consumer could not reasonably avoid; and it is not outweighed by the benefit to consumers.” The website badvertising.com helps the naked eye read and see what should really be seen in advertisements

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    Tobacco and Alcohol Advertising

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    Should tobacco and alcohol advertising be allowed on television? The ban on advertising tobacco is already in affect, however, alcohol is another harmful substance. Should liquor be allowed to be advertised, if tobacco can not advertise their product? The ban on advertising tobacco products on television and radio, was passed through legislation in 1970 by Richard Nixon. This argument like others out there has two sides, one side in favor these advertisements and the other against these advertisements

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    Tobacco Advertising

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    and teens are the easiest target for Tobacco Companies. Tobacco Companies have found ways to dodge the restrictions and regulations that the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have put into action. Though Tobacco Companies claim their forms of advertising does not influence children and teenagers, their advertising techniques and icons clearly have a huge effect on young audiences. Some people may wonder why there are restrictions on tobacco advertising, and others will give facts to argue

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    Tobacco Advertising

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    Tobacco Advertising Tobacco is one of the most popular products in today’s market, but in order to be universally known, it needs to be advertised either by magazines and newspapers or by posters but not by television as “ due to mounting clue of health dangers television commercials for smoking were banned beginning in 1971” (The Columbia Encyclopedia, 2). Tobacco advertising is much popular these days and we can support that it is the ¨ food ¨ of tobacco industries in order to keep them alive

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    Tobacco Advertising

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    Tobacco Advertising Although the Tobacco Industry recently paid enormous fines to the US Government and Individual states, they continue to promote smoking and influence young human beings world wide to use their products through multi dimensional advertising. For decades Americans were not told the truth about the dangers of smoking. The media stayed silent because it did not want to lose the hundreds of millions of dollars it made from cigarette advertising. The hopeful result of the tobacco

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    The use of tobacco has been linked to many diseases. On every cigarette pack sold in the United States, there is a warning which indicates the potential for adverse heath effects from smoking cigarettes. Among these effects are low birth weights for pregnant women, emphysema, and cancer. This is evidenced by numerous studies. The smoking population in India are not immune. In order to curb the public costs of caring for individuals who have been affected by smoking, legislators in India decided to

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    Tobacco Advertising

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    Introduction To say that tobacco advertising stimulates tobacco sales may seem a simple and moderate statement. In reality, tobacco control activists often meet serious opposition in defending this fact. Achieving the restriction or banning of tobacco advertising is one of the fiercest battles to face. Tobacco lobbyists usually assert that advertising does not increase the overall quantity of tobacco sold. Rather, the tobacco industry maintains that advertising merely enhances the market share of

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    consuming tobacco products the government of India imposed a ban on all advertisements of tobacco products. One of the main reasons why cigarette advertising was banned in India was was due to the hazardous health issues arising from smoking tobacco. Tobacco was considered the most dangerous product consumed by humans. The website, http://www.icmrindia.org/free%20resources/casestudies/ban-tobacco-ads11.htm, states that, “According to world health organization tobacco accounted

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    Introduction Tobacco advertising refers to promotion display of tobacco products in media such as; radio, television, print, billboards and at retail stores. The ban on tobacco advertising by the Indian Government has many effects on the people as well as their ethics and freedom of choice. This paper will provide a summary argument in favour of the ban as well as opposing the ban. And to conclude with my opinions on what the government should do with tobacco advertising. 1. Summarize the arguments

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    The banning of tobacco advertising in India, in 2001, caused a debate over the ethical implications of such a ban. With expected economic, social and political ramifications, banning tobacco advertising created a series of arguments both for and against. From analyzing the case study, those who supported the ban, suggested that banning tobacco advertising was necessary for the “overall interest of the citizens” (Indian Tobacco Company Philip Morris, 2001). With the increase in knowledge and science

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