This magazine has targeted its readers to be women in the age range of 18 to 35. The magazines articles are specifically researched and designed by women and for women, to attract readers from that age category and persuade them to buy the magazine because of its informative contents and entertainment value that is relevant to a female within that age division. The text of this particular article was written by a female professional who holds a dietician certification and obviously has the ability to write. The article writer has a related background in the area of the article content and is qualified to make conclusions about information in this topic are. The writer created this article; however it does cite information from other sources including research that has been done in the area of women and alcohol consumption. The cited information is from professional scientific research bodies. The text was most certainly edited by the editor of the magazine whom is also likely female. The editor has the role of deciding how the article will be written and where its placement will be within the magazine. The article is selected for printing during a specific publication time frame so that it is able to mesh coherently in conjunction with the other articles that compose the magazine. The magazine itself likely has claimed sole ownership of the article. All rights to the article may have been purchased from the writer, so there will be no prints of the same article that occupy the same portion of the market as this magazine. As a mass media magazine, the magazine is marketed and sold on a large scale, to women around the world, in different magazine markets. The magazine will retain profit for the sold magazine product and the advertisements that surround the text also remit profit. The intended audience of this magazine is directed to women. This fact is evident by the surrounding information boxes on the magazine pages, as well as the advertisements that pertain to female products on the same page. Images of women and products that are related to women such as health drinks for weight loss, women’s fashion pictures and female specific hair care products are all present on the same page as the article. This article intends to offer information regarding alcohol consumption and its relation to weight and weight loss, specifically focusing on females. However, there is some mention of males and the effects of alcohol in the article used for comparison purposes. The information is presented in a manner that is both informative and entertaining. It attracts the attention of the female reader who may have concern about weight issues and how alcohol consumption may cause weight gain or weight loss. The average female reading the magazine likely has an interest in weight loss and therefore the article title “Drinking Alcohol to Shrink”, immediately attracts the reader to want to learn more about how alcohol may possibly assist in weight loss. Even if the reader is not particularly concerned with weight loss, the article offers other bits of information that any female reader may be interested in such as health advice, alcohol facts and research about alcohol consumpti
Systematic Text Analysis of Article: Drinking Alcohol to shrink” The source of this article is from Women’s Health Magazine. The magazine is widely distributed in different locations and is a monthly publication. The publication can be purchased off of store shelves or subscribed to by subscription on a yearly or longer term basis…
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