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"Advertisements lead to wasteful expenditure." Present an argument against this statement.
Analyse Coca Cola ads and describe the "hook" they use to promote Coke?
How do advertisments help us in our day to day life?
Is advertising deceptive?
How could someone write a rationale for an advertisement?
As most of you know, cigarette advertising is banned from most mass media. Why, then, can beer and alcohol advertisers use these venues?
How does advertising help the customers?
Should gun manufacturers be allowed to advertise?
Is it ethical to market products that might be harmful to consumers?
In Pozner's article, "Dove's 'Real Beauty' Backlash," why does she believe that the ad campaign "reinforce the stereotypes they claim to be exposing?"
Stelect TWO advertisements from a magazine or newspaper (small enough to fit on a page in the workbook) and answer questions 2 and 3 from the image below.
How can an advertisement turn an undesirable product into a desirable one? A product that is unsought like math course, remedial reading, warranty for a big screen, or the like. How can an ad turn it into one actually desired by customers?
Provide a link to a persuasive poster or brochure you think is effective and well done.
What satirical technique is used in this picture when the advertisers are saying that it is cooked at 50 degrees while it is actually being cooked at 180 degrees?
What are positive and negative effects of a stereotype free advertisment?
Identify and explain five different types of discrimination found in matrimonial ads?
In terms of the costs of advertising, why are some time slots on television more expensive than others?
Research advertisements to locate one American ad and one French ad for a similar product or campaign. Write an analysis describing how, and hypothesizing why, they may be similar or different, using the cultural knowledge you have about France and/or the Francophone world. Then, create an original ad (in the media of your choice) for a US product in a way that would appeal to a French audience, or create an ad for a French product that would appeal to a US audience.
How does society perceive or judge advertising? Example: Bill owns a BMW because he is a one star colonel in the U.S. military. However, the BMW seems (appears to be) to him to be suited to an Officer, not to an Enlisted person.
What satrical techniques are employed to mock advertising executives while this advertisement is also meant to show that Mc Donalds is making people fat? Can you please explain this in more depth? Thanks
What satirical techniques are used in this advertisement and what advertisement tactic is being mocked?
What satirical techniques are present in this advertisement and how does it mock the tactics used by advertisers?
What satirical techniques are used in the image to mock the tactics employed by advertisers?
From the psychological perspective, how does advertising affect women?
Nail salons are seen as things for women only. How do you create an advertisement for the product aimed at men?
How is the question "Is advertising information or manipulation" related to Social Problems?
In relation to communication How does television advertising impact the self-concept or identities of women? Does this same thing happen to men? How?
How do popular advertisements impact fashion?
What changes would you like to see regarding pharmaceutical commercials?
Please describe a modern advertisement that contains elements of science fiction, if available online, please share the link.
Discuss Ad Freaks' list about best advertising movies ever made. Are they effective?
Is advertising information or manipulation?
What are the impacts and effects of stereotypes in advertisment of people or groups?
I need to do a poster on a Blackberry phone and demonstrate the technical aspects of the hardware plus it has to have visual appeal. Any thoughts?