Matthew McAllister
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According to the report McAllister maintains that news is no longer news nowadays. He avers that there are many factors that have brought about the change in the news sector. The traditional role of news was basically to inform. This has since changed since entertainment and promotion of products and services have been thrown into the mix. 
Media Censorship
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According to the report there are mass communication platforms like Televisions and radio. The media usually engages the public in forum-like ways to understand things beyond their knowledge. In doing so, the media creates a reliable source of information for the society. The media is usually a complete education pitch.
The effect of advertising on alcohol consumption by young people
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The alcohol advertisement model normative drinking behaviour, hence may be a crucial inhibitor of alcohol misuse. Media advocacy considers problems of alcohol consumption as public health issues, where alcohol manufacturers are held responsible. Individuals’ responsibility towards their own drinking patterns is not taken into account.
The impact of advertising on male consumer
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The problem is that gender identity plays a role in consumption and the importance of brands, and in this decoding. Since much has been written about female consumerism, and not as much attention is paid to male consumerism, the focus of this paper is on the male consumer and how advertising shapes his consumption patterns.
Blogging
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A web log is basically an electronic journal on the internet and the activity of updating the blog is called ‘blogging’. People maintained blogs long before the term ‘weblog’ was coined by John Barger in December 1997. I shall discuss in this essay to what extent is blogging useful and how it works.
How television advertisements affect children's purchase psychologically
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Television advertisements are one of the most important factors that influence children’s purchase behavior. This trend of targeting children is to have a lasting relationship with the customer, as children of today are tomorrow’s adult consumers. The advertisement industry also uses children to promote their products like toothpastes, soaps etc.
The Effects Of Music/Sounds On Advertising A Brand/Logo
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Within advertising and marketing communications, music/sounds play a huge role as they persuade the target consumers in one way or the other towards the product and/or service that is being offered by the company. The effect of the music/sound is such that it makes the brand stand out from the competitors.
The Social Web: Popularity of Social Networks
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Social networking websites are increasingly becoming popular nowadays. According to DiMaggio and colleagues (2001), the internet is a field that needs to be researched on, especially by sociologists. The Internet has become an integral and significant Part of daily lives and it impacts all social interactions in every field of life.
How to Success with Social Media such as My Father
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The author of this essay is going to talk about success, the most pleasant word a person who aspires to achieve what he has been dreaming all his life wishes to hear. Of course, everybody wants success – businessmen, young adults, students, parents – just everybody. However, each has his own way of measuring success.
The effects of advertising on children
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The problem is that in the absence of the individuals’ ability to accurately interpret the indirect advertising messages, it could easily influence and causes negative effects on children’s cognitive, social, and emotional state with regards to eating habits and brand preferences, sleeping disorder, as well as building bad habits.
Advertising Argument Paper. Coke Advertisements.
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According to the report the Coke advertisement on the refrigerator claims that drinking a bottle will quench one’s thirst. Advertising’s role is to persuade people to buy the advertised products by showing the benefits of using the product. The coke advertisement shows that the product has been tried, tested, and proven to be safety beverage.
Taran Swan At Nickelodeon Latin America
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Taran Swan, a general manager of the kid's program “Nickelodeon’ proved the fact that she was a real master in the field of kids media. During a long period of time, she has developed and managed powerful and fascinated programs for children in Latin America transforming the Nickelodeon Latin America into one of the most popular brands.
YouTube Social Media Platform
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As the report stresses social media platform entails web-based and mobile technologies that turn communication into social interactions between organizations, communities, and individuals. The social media technologies further subdivide into magazines, social blogs, micro blogging, photography, videos, podcasts.
Affect of junk food advertising on children
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Junk food is something that children love to eat everyday. Children are always given instructions about not to eat junk food in bulk or more frequently to which some would listen and some may not. Kids who cannot control eat outside home frequently the junk food are prone to the risk of diseases like Cardiovascular-CVD, etc.
Printing and Advertising Services
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According to the report Printing and Advertising Services the billboard in question is three-dimensional and portrays a gentleman seated at the back of the car, with no seat belt on, and is attached to a band of a massive slingshot. The billboard reads, “The Back Seat’s No Safer. Belt Up.” The billboard is effective not only through the message it passes.
Media Coverage of Women's sports
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According to the report Media Coverage of Women's sports boys read newspapers and watch the television as they grow up. Media coverage for women’s sports happens to be a serious ingredient for the accomplishment of professional women’s sports, as well as modest professional sports salaries as well as purses.
Representation of Crime in the Media
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As the report declares case studies try to investigate the grass-root level reason behind certain occurrences in daily life. Within this scenario, the researcher tries to investigate the representation of violent crime in visual and printed media in general. Media provides ample importance to crime news because the same can be used to attract the viewers.
Fashion and media - TRLG
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This essay discovers the fashion and media and explores the TRLG company. Americans use ‘premium denim’ when referring to handmade, the company has a total of 900 branded boutiques or stores in over 50 countries worldwide although the flagship store has a base in Manhattan Beach California as its mother store set up in late 2005.
Theoretical Studies In Fashion SOCIAL MEDIA
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The essay will expound on issues including the concept of the mask, expressing one’s beliefs and orientations, understanding one’s strengths and weaknesses, and use by minority groups. Here, the essay argues that alternative identities in the social media help people to express their positive feelings and opportunities.
TV shows and commercials' problems and effect to children
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This work is an evaluation of TV shows and commercials' problems and their effect on children. The author analyzes ten TV shows, which include five for children and five for families, such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Sesame Street and etc. The report discusses personal feelings and impressions in regard to the ten programs watched.
Content Analysis on Prime Time Television Using Cultivation Theory
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Many studies have focused on delving and understanding the effects and the influence it holds over its viewers and, consequently, the society. As is stated in the Cultivation Theory, “The more a person is exposed to a message provided by the media, the more likely that person is to believe the message is real”.
Pity or Positive? Disabled advertising today
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The author in this work determines whether or not adverts display disability with a pity or positive image and attitude. He/she also discovers what changes can be made and why. Another objective is to find the stereotypes of disability and to reveal the truth. Yet the media does not choose to include disabled people. Their visibility is very low.
You Tube as a Cultural Form
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According to the author, among all forms of technology, mass media have special characteristics of generating meaning and manipulating experience. Thus, the speedy information communication in the electronic age has become the largest consumer function in the world, and the electronic media has changed the present world to a global village.
The Components of the Multi-Media Employment Market
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New Media or even Multi-Media is a term used in relation to the “Old Media” such a print publications like newspapers and magazines that are static representations of graphics and text. In contrast multi-media is a generic term used for the many different forms of electronic communications made possible by the use of computer technology.
Media of Social Media on the Society
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The media plays a significant role in the morals of most cultures. Social media is one of the platforms where individuals join to keep in touch with friends and family members. A social media site like WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram among others are some of the most common sites in the world.
There are more disadvantages to new media than there are advantages .
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The statement saying that there are more disadvantages to new media than there are advantages is quite not true. Inside the pioneering book of 1992 by J.H. Elliott, the author set out to demonstrate how the assumptions of the traditional Europeans with regard to media went through challenges because of the encounter with new people and episodes.
Facebook: Your Friend or Enemy?
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According to research done on Facebook by Lars Backstrom, Paolo Boldi, Marco Rosa, Johan Ugander, and Sebastano Vigna, “The average number of acquaintances separating any two people in the world was not six degree but 4.74 degrees.” This finding can be interpreted as any two people knowing each other with only 4.74 people standing between them anywhere in the world
Media industry in Covering Islam by Edward W Said
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The role of media is very important for any society. Media is one of the modes of information exchange. In the last few years the overall industry has rapidly developed in many senses in the level of reach, frequency, mode of presentation and approach. UK has the second largest publishing industry in Europe with turnover of at least £18.4 billion.
1936 Coca Cola Print Advertisement
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There was an issue about flouted morality during 1920’s-1930. Most of the poster advertisements created by big companies tried to preserve what is traditional but were entangled with a slow show off of modernity. It can also be seen in the particular advertisement cited. The concept of buying clothes by women is not common during these times.
Advertising and promotion
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The author writes about current trends in advertising and promoting and their impact. With the advent of the web, Internet marketing now accounts for a significant share of world advertising spend. The traditional dominance of mass media such as TV, Radio and press is reduced, though it remains an important component.
Loneliness and Isolation in Different Media
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This essay analyzes Loneliness and Isolation in Different Media. In particular, Mark Slaughter’s poem, titled, Lonely Life and Edward Hopper’s painting, Morning Sun vividly illustrate the American experience of misery and isolation. As the title implies, the theme of Lonely Life is loneliness. Slaughter makes this clear by using the word “loneliness”.
Effect of Colour on Advertising
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By using colours companies play with consumer’s emotions.The author outlines this issue based on the examples of Pepsi and IBM advertising and analyzes the worth of colour in advertising. Also, the emotional theory is used in this work to support the reasoning of why these companies give importance to colours in their advertising.
The effectiveness of Facebook advertising in Hong Kong
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The work answers some key questions like how effective Facebook advertising actually is and is the ROI generated through Facebook advertising really profitable. Hong Kong is ranked the 44th largest country to in terms of Facebook users. Marketers all over Hong Kong are looking for new means of marketing.
Aaudiences have been Researched in Terms of Media 'Effects'
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Specific aspects of media effects, as presented in the literature and the empirical research will be presented trying to emphasize on the value of media effects for the development of specific social and political behaviour. The impact of media on the development of personal perceptions cannot be denied.
Media Programming
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Nowadays, media have become an important aspect in the lives of many people. Media enables people to see and hear about various events in the surrounding world. Media is also a source of entertainment through films and music. . Media has other functions, which include educating, passing information, inspiring and working.
Fashion Popular Pleasure and the Media
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This essay analyzes The representation of gender in mainstream culture. Media, importantly the advertising, projects many objects, not only humans, as masculine or feminine. Consequently, we grow with the sense of fitting distinctiveness of each gender. Lauretis in “Technology of Gender” says that sexual difference is an effect of language.
Adolescent alcohol misuse in England and the role of media advertising
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Adolescent alcohol misuse in England has become a major social issue. There are various causes for alcohol misuse among adolescents with media advertising playing a major role in the misuse. The author provides a Position Statement for this topic, incorporating what should happen in the future and examines the literature on this issue.
Violence in Mass Media
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An ideal intervention strategy in mitigating media violence is parental/adult intervention. Parents can play a detrimental role in restricting children’s access to media violence. The violent media content can be substituted with non-violent media content so as to promote behavioral change thus reducing the violent culture (Humphrey & Palmer 45).
Ethics of Mass Media
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The way the news media should cover mass shooters is a being ethical challenge. This is evidenced in the article “Taking a Different Ethical Approach in the Media Coverage of Mass Shooters”. There is a rising body of forensic evidence that indicate that mass shooters tend to emulate their most infamous predecessors.
Analysis of the Pepsis and Bacardi Limons Advertisement
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The author compares two advertisements of drinks and the target audience which they try to attract. Also, he/she analyses design, color, the values implied and the manner in which the images are presented. The kind of details used in an advertisement can help in targeting it towards a specific audience.
The Concept of Alien Life on Other Planets
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I am sure people have had some pre-conceived notions of life on other planets from news reports, movies like E.T., Aliens, or Men in Black. I, too, believe that aliens do exist. According to an article on NASA, “the US space agency has spoken for the first time in life on other planets and they are certain it DOES exist” (Snelling 1).
How Chinese TV maintain its position in new media age
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In the fast globalizing world global movement across the borders and rapid commercialization are the bywords. In addition, think global and act local adage has caught up as a leading marketing principle particularly in international marketing. The Internet has revolutionized the way we handle information and business across the national frontiers.
Visual analysis of an advertisement
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The purpose of this analysis is to examine an image publicized by a charity called Barnardo’s in their campaign to stop sexual trafficking and exploitation of children. The image of the young girl was used to expose the issue into local, nationwide and international spheres, which a view to bringing change.
Just Between You, Me, and My 622 BFFs article Analysis
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Internet has made social media a platform for the present day forms of communication. The social media tools have become like a necessity especially amongst the teens and the young adults who can barely go for a day without accessing the internet. Other forms of communication such as texting using cell phones have become means of socializing.
Male and Female Sexual Images and Portrayals
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Since the late 1960s, females have been portrayed in ad as sexual idols and that is the same image that is still present today with advertisers despite the generational gap. Men never used to be seen as sex symbols in advertisements but rather were used because of the masochism they brought out, but the trend has however been changing.
Is Advertising for Fools?
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This paper is a critical evaluation of the statement of Hollywood producer Joseph E. Levine (n.d.) as quoted in the Daily Express: “You can fool all the people all of the time if the advertising is right and the budget is big enough.” Advertising has the power to fool people if such is using the right techniques and spending a lot of money.
Earned media
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There are several ways in which earned media can be used effectively. On Facebook, a page of the product can be made. In this way, people will get to know more about the product and how great it works. Moreover, there can be quizzes functioned by the product. People will find it interesting to share it on their profiles.
Permission marketing is intrusive advertising: The issues surrounding junk mail and Spam
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A common complaint among Internet users is the consistent use of bulk e-mailing referred to as “Spam.” Spammers have long attempted to justify their intrusive form of advertising. According to them, if a person forgets to check a button at the end of an online order form requesting no further correspondence, this constitutes permission.
Fast Food Advertising
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Fast food advertising is to blame for childhood obesity. Ads that have been done before in the past have changed the livelihoods of people in different nations. Most of the adverts have caused adverse effects to the livelihoods because people tend to adopt lifestyles that they are not used to and which they are unaware of their detriments.
Effects of Media Violence
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       Media has become an integral part of people’s life, for it is linked not only to the professional employment of the majority of population, but also its leisure time that is much more important and more anxious as well. It is natural that the things we see, hear and feel somehow affect our perception of the world and our behavior patterns.
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