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Ad Analysis This Marlboro ad was very important to the Marlboro brand, because of the message it
was sending to the targeted audience. Advertising is important to all companies because
advertisements reveal a product to the people and demonstrate how the product is a necessity for life
or to have fun. Advertising reveals and perceives a way of life and meaning. The Marlboro
advertisement is targeted towards mothers and shows that Marlboro cigarettes are normal in a
household. This advertisement was very successful because it reflected the value of the times and it
used logos, pathos, and ethos to persuade the viewer to purchase the product. The product being
advertised is Marlboro cigarettes. The targeted audience in this advertisement ... Show more content
on Helpwriting.net ...
Each advertisement uses these three principles: pathos, logos, and ethos to persuade their audience.
The Marlboro advertisement uses ethos with the baby. The adorable baby conveys a respectful
subject of the advertisement. As the viewer, we think babies are cute and the company uses this
technique to portray that cigarettes are harmless by having the baby talk. The Marlboro
advertisement has the baby speak the words "Gee, Mommy you sure enjoy your Marlboro". This
technique is using pathos through the speaking baby. The baby is not going to know that the mother
is enjoying the cigarette or if the Mother is feeling over–smoked, like the advertisement claims.
Marlboro uses logos as another technique when they claim that you will "never feel over–smoked".
The advertisement appeals to Maslow's security. The advertisement states that "you will never feel
over–smoked", so that the audience is being told that the cigarette is harmless and smooth. The
advertisement reveals Maslow's hierarchy with social needs. It portrays that having a pack of
cigarette is normal and accustomed to everyday housewives. The culture and values are advertised
more than what the product actually
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
Logos, Ethos, And Persuasion Techniques Used In Advertising
Propaganda Techniques Today 's Advertising By Anne Mcclintock
In the essay, "Propaganda Techniques in Today's Advertising" by Anne McClintock, McClintock
shows seven different ways that propaganda is used. One mostly used by advertisement today would
be Glittering Generalities, using positive words to bring attraction to their product while concealing
the actual meanings. They will use inspiring words that are very vague that the consumer would not
really understand what the product would really do to benefit them but would be inspired to buy it
anyways. Another technique mostly used would be Testimonial, were producers would pay
celebrities to advertise their product for them since they have more fame than normal actors.
Advertisement used today is targeted to make the consumer believe that what they are paying for is
the real deal when it is only beneficial for the producers. Advertisements are used to promote a
product by the positive effects enthusiastically but when describing the side effects they are done
fast and in small letters. When one watches a commercial in the television, or hears it on the radio,
one mostly hears the what the producers wants them to hear. They will explain their product, giving
the pros of what it was made to do and how its a better option than other products in the market.
When they are done with their sale at the very end most of commercials give you in small font the
rest of the financial information, additional fees, or even side effects with a very fast voice most of
the time reading it to you.
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
Logos, Ethos, And Persuasion Techniques Used In Advertising
Persuasive Techniques Used In William Lutz's The Language...
Advertisements cannot triumph unless they capture our attention. The advertisers uses different
strategies so those advertising messages do not screened out from our head. The language used in
these various forms of media in advertisements have a huge impact on their effects on the consumer.
William Lutz, the author of "With these words,I can sell you anything" and Charles A. O'Neil who is
the author of, "The language of advertising" has contrasting views about system of advertising. Lutz
and O'Neil analysis the language manipulation in advertisements in different spheres.
Lutz critize the linguistic habits of hucksters.He alerts readers to the special power of the ''weasel
words''–those familiar and sneaky critters that "appear to say one thing when in fact they say the
opposite or nothing at all"(Lutz,357). Like weasel persuades us that the eggs is not hallowed by
eating inside of an egg and deceive us by putting it back in the nest like how it appeared before. The
advertisers use similar persuasive techniques like a weasel in their ads by using words or claims
which appear really appealing in the beginning, but upon close examination they appear to be like
hollowed out eggs in the nest which has nothing in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Lutz points the advertising words being appear to say one thing when in fact they say the opposite or
nothing at all. Lutz discuss about the common weasel words in his article. He claims that when a ads
says 'help' to relieve your cold fast' that consumers should
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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Logos, Ethos, And Persuasion Techniques Used In Advertising

  • 1. Logos, Ethos, And Persuasion Techniques Used In Advertising Ad Analysis This Marlboro ad was very important to the Marlboro brand, because of the message it was sending to the targeted audience. Advertising is important to all companies because advertisements reveal a product to the people and demonstrate how the product is a necessity for life or to have fun. Advertising reveals and perceives a way of life and meaning. The Marlboro advertisement is targeted towards mothers and shows that Marlboro cigarettes are normal in a household. This advertisement was very successful because it reflected the value of the times and it used logos, pathos, and ethos to persuade the viewer to purchase the product. The product being advertised is Marlboro cigarettes. The targeted audience in this advertisement ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Each advertisement uses these three principles: pathos, logos, and ethos to persuade their audience. The Marlboro advertisement uses ethos with the baby. The adorable baby conveys a respectful subject of the advertisement. As the viewer, we think babies are cute and the company uses this technique to portray that cigarettes are harmless by having the baby talk. The Marlboro advertisement has the baby speak the words "Gee, Mommy you sure enjoy your Marlboro". This technique is using pathos through the speaking baby. The baby is not going to know that the mother is enjoying the cigarette or if the Mother is feeling over–smoked, like the advertisement claims. Marlboro uses logos as another technique when they claim that you will "never feel over–smoked". The advertisement appeals to Maslow's security. The advertisement states that "you will never feel over–smoked", so that the audience is being told that the cigarette is harmless and smooth. The advertisement reveals Maslow's hierarchy with social needs. It portrays that having a pack of cigarette is normal and accustomed to everyday housewives. The culture and values are advertised more than what the product actually ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Propaganda Techniques Today 's Advertising By Anne Mcclintock In the essay, "Propaganda Techniques in Today's Advertising" by Anne McClintock, McClintock shows seven different ways that propaganda is used. One mostly used by advertisement today would be Glittering Generalities, using positive words to bring attraction to their product while concealing the actual meanings. They will use inspiring words that are very vague that the consumer would not really understand what the product would really do to benefit them but would be inspired to buy it anyways. Another technique mostly used would be Testimonial, were producers would pay celebrities to advertise their product for them since they have more fame than normal actors. Advertisement used today is targeted to make the consumer believe that what they are paying for is the real deal when it is only beneficial for the producers. Advertisements are used to promote a product by the positive effects enthusiastically but when describing the side effects they are done fast and in small letters. When one watches a commercial in the television, or hears it on the radio, one mostly hears the what the producers wants them to hear. They will explain their product, giving the pros of what it was made to do and how its a better option than other products in the market. When they are done with their sale at the very end most of commercials give you in small font the rest of the financial information, additional fees, or even side effects with a very fast voice most of the time reading it to you. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Persuasive Techniques Used In William Lutz's The Language... Advertisements cannot triumph unless they capture our attention. The advertisers uses different strategies so those advertising messages do not screened out from our head. The language used in these various forms of media in advertisements have a huge impact on their effects on the consumer. William Lutz, the author of "With these words,I can sell you anything" and Charles A. O'Neil who is the author of, "The language of advertising" has contrasting views about system of advertising. Lutz and O'Neil analysis the language manipulation in advertisements in different spheres. Lutz critize the linguistic habits of hucksters.He alerts readers to the special power of the ''weasel words''–those familiar and sneaky critters that "appear to say one thing when in fact they say the opposite or nothing at all"(Lutz,357). Like weasel persuades us that the eggs is not hallowed by eating inside of an egg and deceive us by putting it back in the nest like how it appeared before. The advertisers use similar persuasive techniques like a weasel in their ads by using words or claims which appear really appealing in the beginning, but upon close examination they appear to be like hollowed out eggs in the nest which has nothing in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lutz points the advertising words being appear to say one thing when in fact they say the opposite or nothing at all. Lutz discuss about the common weasel words in his article. He claims that when a ads says 'help' to relieve your cold fast' that consumers should ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Advertising Techniques Used In Ethnography Do you have kids that need entertained? Do they not want to learn? We'll we've got the product for you! Hamilton is the perfect musical for kids of all ages. This movie has the perfect mix of musical and historical facts to entertain the kids for hours! They won't even realize they're learning history. The most obvious advertising technique that was used in my commercial was testimonial. Testimonial is when the seller gets a person, usually a well known person, to endorse the product being sold. This is often used in commercials as it can make the viewer think "that maybe since the person endorsing the commercial liked the product I'll like it too." I used testimonial at the end of my comercial when I have Kadi say how it works for her kids, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Plain folk is when the company selling the product tries to appeal to the everyday average person. This is used in an attempt to show that the product or service is of value to everyone. I used plain folk when the voice over said that my product is perfect for everyone and is good for kids of all ages. An example of a commercial that uses testimonial is this Swiffer Duster commercial, in which they showed an average elderly couple struggling to complete their chores, then shows them completing their chores with ease when they use the product. While they used plain folk in a more professional manner than I did, both commercials use plain folk. My target audience is mainly parents who want their children to watch things that will educate their child, but with the bright colors it could also attract children. I chose this audience as most parents want their children to learn, but a lot of the time the child is reluctant to learn, so with my product the child will be learning without knowing they're learning. It also targets people who cannot afford to go see Hamilton live. I chose this as a second target audience as there is a large group of people who would like to see Hamilton, but cannot afford ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Persuasive Techniques Used In The Centers For Disease... Often pictures can convey a stronger and more appealing message than a speech. With this in mind, the Centers for Disease Control advertising campaign promoted the importance of getting flu shots effectively through their visual media advertisements. Visual media can be evaluated through many factors. For instance, this type of media uses certain techniques to appeal to their audience: association, bandwagon, universal appeal, and flattery. The Centers for Disease Control's flue vaccine advertising campaign uses many appealing persuasive techniques to convey that getting vaccinated is beneficial. Firstly, in their "No Flu in My House" advertisement, its target audience are parents with children and it shows a father and daughter on the cover. This advertisement uses a universal appeal to target the parents of young children. In further detail, it utilizes the universal concern all parents have for their children and conveys that getting children their flu shots will keep them safe from the dangerous illness which effectively grabs the attention of its target audience and fulfilling the purpose of the advertisement. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The sticker uses the flattery and association appeal towards a general audience, and the association of the sticker and vaccination effectively grabs peoples' attention with the emphasis that an individual is special in their own way for helping reduce the spread of the flu. In addition, the unspecified design uses universal appeal which helps reach out more to its general audience. Thus, the use of this type of visual advertisement proves to be effective in achieving the CDC's purpose as well as the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. My Expeirences with the Foot-in-the-Door Phenomenon As a class we have covered numerous concepts, theories and techniques in chapters six, through eight and eleven in our textbooks and in class lectures. The concept in which has intrigued me so far in the semester of social psychology is the foot–in–the–door phenomenon. The foot–in–the–door phenomenon is described in our textbooks as "the tendency for people who have first agreed to a small request to comply later with a large request" (Virginia Commonwealth University, 2013). It can be understood as asking someone (i.e. friend, family member, co–worker or stranger) agreeing to do a small service for you then later they are more willing to agree to a larger favor that you ask of them. Most of this phenomenon is based on how you present the first small request to the targeted person. Your initial attitude follows the behavior. The foot–in–the–door phenomenon is a persuasion strategy used to manipulate someone to submit to your requests. It starts off as an insignificant gradual process and before you know it you are giving a lot of support or service to someone without noticing it right away. This technique is seen regularly in public organizations like charities. An example would be a charity would ask the public to sign a petition or wear a button to support the organization. After this small request the campaigner then goes back after a week (give or take) and asks for a donation. The person then feels obligated to give to the charity after submitting to the initial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Techniques of Advertising Essay The Techniques of Advertising Advertisings are created to make us buy things. All the companies want to sell their products, because they want to make profit. When a company knows that a product that it manufactures is not very good they do not share that with their customers. On the contrary, they make a very impressive advertising for the product, because all they want is to sell it. Everyone knows that advertising a product is not really done because the product is just wonderful and everyone should know about it. Companies sure do care about their customers and they want these customers to come back and buy more. They care about that because they want to make profit, not because they want their customers' hair to be dandruff free, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They say:" better ingredients, better pizza, papa John's." First of all I don't understand what they meant by saying "better". Better than what? I assume that it is better than the pizza that I eat now. How do they know it is better? Different people like different types of pizza; some people even like it when it is homemade. I love the pizza that my grandmother prepares more than any other type of pizza I have ever tasted. She has a little garden outside her house and she plants peppers and some tomatoes there. No one can ever convince me that they have "better ingredients" and "better pizza" than my grandmother's. In this case again if we do not pay attention to all these facts and one day we feel the most severe hunger, the line pops up in our head "Better ingredients, better pizza, Papa John's". We put our shoes on and run to the nearest Papa John's restaurant because the company's advertisers have made us believe that they sell the best pizza. Another technique that advertisers use is the presence of role models. You see a person like Lebron James advertising the soft drink Sprite. You may start thinking that since he is such a good basketball player and he drinks Sprite then if you start drinking it may be you will look like him at least a little. You look at Halle Berry advertising Revlon make–up. She says to you:" Only Revlon makes it, only you make it unforgettable." Even if Revlon makes the exact ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Propaganda Techniques In Today's Advertising The business of advertising is a business built on the manipulation of consumers. Companies utilize several different tactics to instill a desire for their product in their target audience. The California Almonds Advertisement in the January– February 2012 edition of Weight Watchers magazine creates a desire for its product by utilizing enriching word, appealing images and subtle hidden messages. The California Almonds advertisement first encourages a desire for its product by using enriching words such as loves, desire, nutrient–rich, healthy and nourish. According to an avid almond consumer, Lorri Izzo stated that she felt the words " Nutrient–rich, desire, love and nourish" were all words that she said made her want to eat almonds. Anthony Izzo, another almond consumer, also stated that the same words that Mrs. Izzo pointed out stood out to him as well. The author of "Propaganda Techniques in Today's Advertising", Ann McClintock, states that some advertisers use a form of propaganda known as Card stacking. Card stacking is when the advertisers only tell half– truths or omit certain details to convince the target audience to buy their product. This propaganda technique is utilized in the California Almonds advertisement because they use a half–truth that states that "Just a handful (of almonds) a day can nourish your heart by helping you maintain healthy cholesterol levels." This is partially true, yet very false at the same time. If one looks down at the very small ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Harmful To Kids: Persuasive Techniques Used In Advertising Do you have kids who cry and whine like little twats until you buy them things they don't need with money you don't have? Well it's not your fault that they're defective, well it is, but it's also marketing companies fault. Kids are pretty stupid, and marketing companies take advantage of that by bombarding them with advertisements. Advertisers trick kids pretty easily. According to the article is advertizing harmful to kids, the harm lies in the persuasive techniques advertisers use to influence kids. Kids are impressionable, and marketing take advantage of sophisticated devices–– demographic data, psychology, developmental characteristics, and behavior traits –– to determine the most effective ways to influence them. It is not good that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. The Rabbinic Approach : Genesis 11 : 1 The rabbinic approach is the rabbis and religious people's point of view on a story. Studying the rabbinic approach can add to the understanding of Genesis 11:1–9 because rabbis compare texts to other texts in the Tanakh or verses of a text. They look for the similarities to help us interpret the story. This makes us compare characters or words said throughout the story. This helps us understand the text better. For example, the rabbinic approach compares Genesis 11:4 with Genesis 11:2. the people built the tower to show independence from G!d and show they didn't need g!d anymore. The rabbinic approach gets this interpretation from Genesis 11:3. This relates to Genesis 4 "Come let us build for ourselves a city and a tower with its top in the skies." They wanted to build the tower themselves to how independence as the rabbinic approach points out. They thought that they didn't need G!D anymore and building this successfully would prove that. But they did need G!d everyone needs G!D. The rabbinic approach says Building the tower to show independence is bad because they didn't any longer worship and except g!D. Everyone needs G!d and the fact that they thought they didn't need G!D was bad because he is above us. This part of the rabbinic approach will help us understand the story because it is a very helpful fact to know in understanding the text when it. The lesson this part of the rabbinic approach teaches us to be loyal and respect G!d as our G!D. In addition, we should ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Propaganda Techniques In Today's Advertising For many years we have seen advertisements on TV, billboards, and even magazines that try to persuade us to buy a certain product. Many of these advertisements try different methods of connecting with the audience. Most of these advertisement are successful into making us fall into traps, that make us somehow end up buying the product, or service they are implying on us. In the the article "Propaganda Techniques in Today's Advertising" by Ann McClintock, Ann provides evidence that we are targets of propaganda, and they we are victims of it everyday, she also claims that it shapes many of our opinions and decisions. Nike, Audi, and Honda have all used different methods of propaganda to try and influence the right audience. Because these advertisements aim at a specific type of audience, they use a lot of everyday scenarios and situations that we all experience on a everyday basis. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Advertisement takes place at night so you can see the main focus of the ad, it also takes place in a stadium with a lot of spot lights focussed on the soccer player. The bight orange colored shoes make it impossible to ignore them, as well as the contrast of the black and orange attire. The man that is in position to kick the soccer ball is actually one of the worlds most renounce soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. The method that was used in the making of this advertisement would defiantly fit under McClintock's method of Testimonial, the reason being is because they used a professional soccer player to promote these soccer shoes, and buy him wearing them tells us that we can wear them as well, and not have to spend so much money on other shoes."Testimonial capitalizes on the admiration people have for a celebrity to make a product shine more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Advertising Techniques In Advertising Advertisements have been around for many generations. Some companies have success with ads while others sometimes do not. There are many factors that decipher whether an ad is effective in convincing the public to buy one's product or service. Examples of these factors can be color, text, layout, graphics, or hooks. The majority of advertisements focus on two or three factors rather than all. These aspects can captivate the audience by its words or by the way a certain quality pops out while also keeping the ad simple and not overwhelming. Some companies even include more radical advertising techniques such as celebrity endorsements. Because celebrities have an immense social standing and can influence a mass amount of the population, companies find it very fitting to use this technique. Adidas is a company that has mastered the advertisement game. One can tell just by looking at how big Adidas has grown. In order to grow, companies have to advertise to bring in new customers. In a released ad, Adidas features a variety of techniques; they convince consumers through the use of Pharrell Williams, yellow words and the contrast of color, and by the way everything is laid out on the page. Celebrity endorsement has been a common technique in advertisements for decades because of the value that celebrities bring. Celebrities can influence a mass population. In this Adidas ad, Pharrell Williams, the American rapper, singer, and film producer, is featured as the loyal consumer to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. In Simply: The Use Of Persuasive Techniques In Advertising Advertising In Simply This product is the best thing that you will buy all in your life for the low cost of just. That is one example of the ways advertisement try to convince you to buy their products or service. To that it is within our bearings to understand what these advertisements are doing to make us want to buy their product. With using different types of language and strategies advertisers are able to sell their product to you the consumer in a multitude of persuasive techniques. So some of the most commonly used techniques include factual advertising, personal emotions, comparative, and social advertisements to persuade you into buys the company's product or service. One of the many ways of persuasion in advertising is through the use of factual language. Factual being on the matter that the ad product has some astounding numbers to it as of big importance in the products field. Such as many toothpaste ads with statements like "nine out of ten doctors recommend this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Comparative style is when the ad will show you how it stands to the other companies and try to persuade you more towards their product or service. Some common phrases that can be used with this is type of language as follows "compared to our competitors," or "Our company is at the top among the others." Some prime examples of this technique in use are some old Pepsi ad they a kid drinks Coca–cola first the haves a Pepsi and enjoys it more than the Coca–cola. Another example is a Geico commercial where people drank the liquid and the better one was the Geico drink. This is not the best of ads for the fact that it does not prove much, but it's a competitive ad so it works in some matter. Lastly is on how these ads work towards making you want to buy or use the company's product, by using this it's an attempt to start a bandwagon effect and have people want to buy the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Is Dance A Sport Essay Is dance a sport? Many people right now are thinking "How is the harlem shake or the cupid shuffle a sport?", but that is not what we are talking about, we are talking about dance sports and teams. "But Sport is in the name DANCESPORT" is what some are saying now, but many still don't accept this kind of dance as a sport yet. There are two sides to this argument, those who are for dance as a sport are usually those who are in a dance sport or are educated in the subject. While those who are against it as a sport tend to not be part of a dance sport or just don't know what they are truly talking about. So why don't we delve into this argument. Let's start with the definition of a sport. Oxford defines a sport like this "an activity that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They get down to the very definition of what a sport is, and have found dance meets if not supasses all the requirments; expcialy when compared to what some call "Real sports". Dance meets all the requirements as it requires: physical ability and Skill like any sport, it has set rule like any sport, it has competition like any sport, people do it to entertain other and/or themselves and for money or enjoyment like any other sport, you need to train yourself for it like any other sport and there are set places where you participate in these Dancesports; just like any other sport. All of these thing some not even required to meet the definition of what a sport is are met by Dancesports. While those who oppose the very idea, they just say the opposite with little knowledge or experience to backup these claims. Those against it keep dragging this on even to the point where they result to insulting those for it to make up for their lack of evidence and facts. Even when someone does have facts against Dancesports, those for it come up with evidence to go against it. This argument is pointless and is being dragged out too long, by those who are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Advertisement Techniques Used In Michael Jordan's Coke... Advertisements are used and can be located almost everywhere. Advertisements are found in magazines, television, and also the internet. Advertisements are commonly used to draw the attention of consumers and persuade them to buy and use their product or get them to do an act supported by that company. Advertisements also have a targeted audience as well. Certain groups will buy certain products so companies will attempt to push their product at the consumer who is interested in their product. For example Michael Jordan's Coke advertisement "Can't Beat the Real Thing." Contained many examples of advertisement techniques like testimonial, transfer, and image. This ad has appeared in the 1991 issue of the Times magazine. The company uses ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. 1950's Advertising Techniques Much has changed over the last 50–60 years, including the way products are advertised. Techniques that are effective now differ dramatically from techniques used in the 1950's. These differences are advertisers attempt at staying relevant to the audience they are promoting to. With this in mind, much can be inferred about an audience based on the contents of a commercial. Take into consideration a Krinkles cereal commercial from 1956. This ad contains a clown enthusiastically promoting crisped–rice cereal, stating that Krinkles is "the greatest cereal treat on earth." Firstly, the character used as a sponsor in this advertisement may be unsettling to modern viewers. Many adults and children alike experience anxiety when in situations involving ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Walter Lippmann's Persuasive Techniques In Advertising 1. Nature of News by Walter Lippmann Lippmann discusses how news audiences do not receive a complete picture of reality. One reason for this is limited resources. Outlets do not have the number of journalists or the hours needed to investigate every detail of every issue. This is especially relevant today with many newspapers and other news sources reducing the number of reporters they have on staff. Lippmann describes the "unavoidable difficulty" of finding space to present an alternative view. Editors must also take into account what will interest the reader. Another factor that can hinder a full view of reality is the lack of exact information. This means that journalists must use more subjective information to create their stories. This article is interesting because the media context it was written in is so different from the current one. It seems like today, people no longer view newspaper or comparable traditional news sources as a complete picture of reality. However, it seems like an increasing number people think that their particular choice of news source (e.g. Fox News) is a more complete picture of reality. 2. Persuasive Techniques in Advertising This handout discusses some of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His intended audience was those who were dissatisfied with the political class, those who were insecure about America's future and its place in the world and those who were insecure about their own futures. Trump used a combination of all three of the rhetorical appeals. He attempted to use facts (logos appeal), although many of those were not accurate. Much of his speech was directed toward establishing credibility (ethos). He spoke about his business experience and his negotiating skills. His strongest appeal, though, is the emotional appeal (pathos). He creates a bleak picture of America that creates fear and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Best Buy Advertising Techniques In a world full of advertisements that are based on image and brand. Most advertisements due not affect us due to our knowledge of the products we already use, the brands we trust, the stores we know can deliver the experience and the products they claim. The commercial was created and paid for by Best Buy and Samsung to sell Samsung branded products. It also gears customers to shop at Best Buy due to their Experts and displays on their products. On hand demos of these products is the primary selling point for the customer since many electronics stores do not them to show what the products can do or what they look like. Their products include their newest line of devices such as smartphones, lightweight laptops, cameras and tablets. The target audiences include high school or college graduates who need the latest technologies for their careers, who also use their graduation money in order to pay for these products. Newer freelance jobs also require newer technologies to perform the complex tasks ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The techniques used in The Samsung Experience Shop advertisement are: Association– Best Buy and Samsung are both well–known companies that link to each other's success in order to sell their products. Humor– While working on her laptop, she receives an electric shock which she blames on the laptop. Her laptop stops working while a scene shows her blowing air in the laptops fan to remove particles. Plain Folks– A college student with graduation money, any average person looking to purchase new electronics, broken laptop. Ann is considered an "everyday person". Explicit Claims– Showing the use of Best Buy demos that support claims of how the products can be tested or used and their physical claims of lightweight laptops, synchronizing tablet to TV, motion sensor controls and battery life. Experts– The associates at Best Buy have in depth knowledge about each product and what they can ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Mcclintock Use Propaganda Techniques In Today's Advertising In the essay "Propaganda Techniques in Today's Advertising" by Ann McClintock, McClintock defines the different propaganda techniques. She explains how common the techniques are in plenty of advertisements. Car companies applies multiple propaganda techniques to advertise their cars. In a magazine for cars, Toyota make use of two notable techniques in an advertisement for a Toyota Corolla. The full–page ad pictures the Corolla driving along a curvy road with no guard rails that is uplifted above clouds. The car is in the middle of the one lane on the road. The caption says, "Helping you feel safe in your lane." One of the techniques used was glittering generalities. Glittering generalities is the use of words and phrases that have ambiguous ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The full–page ad pictures a Volkswagen with a yellow kayak on top of the car and parked on a cliff. Next to the car are three average people standing near the cliff's edge. All three have their backs facing the camera and one of them is taking pictures of the mountains and the river in the distance. The caption reads, "Get in touch with a different kind of remote." The first technique noticed is glittering generalities. The phrase, "Get in touch with a different kind of remote" doesn't mean anything; however, the words provoke feelings. The words allow the intended audience to feel that the car would bring a sense of peace in the way an isolated location would. The image of an isolated place with only three people picture helps to reaffirm this feeling. Another technique was plain folks. This technique utilizes people who appear average to make the ad more relatable. The people shown are dressed in average clothing and doing things, like taking pictures and pointing at the mountains, as any normal person would in that setting. Also, because the people's faces aren't shown, helps to reinforce the feeling of relatability by allowing the audience to more easily imagine as if they could be the people in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Rhetorical Techniques Used In The ASPCAAdvertising The ASPCA announcement featuring Sarah Mclachlan is an extremely well known artifact that vividly portrays images of many different animals. The ASPCA is an organization that works to rescue animals from abuse, pass humane laws, and share resources with shelters nationwide. The first scene in the advertisement is a shaking dog in a cage that appears to be sad and terrified. From the first scene on it is clear that the advertisement has a very sad mood to it. The ad then fades to text that says, "Everyday in America thousands of animals suffer from cruelty and neglect." It continues with more videos of animals that appear to be injured and neglected. It fades to text that reads, "thousands were rescued last year." The advertisement continues ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pathos is a method that affects the audience's emotions, whether it be an attempt to make the viewer happy, mad, sad, joyful, surprised, etc. In this advertisement there are a variety of methods used to appeal to the audiences emotion. The first method demonstrated is the use of vivid imagery. The announcement shows a lot of different animals that all have been recently rescued. The animals all have very sad and helpless visages; it is clear that some of the animals have suffered from some bad injuries as if to display that they have been neglected. This aims to make the viewers very sad. This pulls at the heartstrings of most of viewers because almost everyone has had a family pet some time in their life. The viewers feel a sense of compassion and sadness for these sorrowful looking animals because they couldn't imagine of their pet had to go through abuse or neglect. Even if the viewer doesn't own a pet it's almost impossible to not feel sad for powerless animals that have had to go through such torment. This is just one method the ASPCA announcement uses to make its audience sad. The pathos technique is also employed by the use of music in this advertisement. "Angel" by Sarah Mclachlan is a very powerful and emotional piece. The song has undoubtedly sad tone. The song's message resonates perfectly with the advertisement's message, and it suggests that the audience can be the animals' angels or saviors. Playing "Angel" through out the advertisement only further enhances the strong sense of sadness that it aims to provoke onto the audience. Lastly, the announcement uses strong dialogue to demonstrate the rhetorical device pathos. Sarah Mclachlan's tone through out the commercial is very soft and somewhat somber. She uses the word you several times during the commercial, which makes the audience feel a very personnel connection to the animals portrayed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Notes On La Revolution Numerique CHAPITRE 1 : LA REVOLUTION NUMERIQUE A. Historique Gaston Bachelard (1993) affirme que : « Le réel n'est jamais « ce qu'on pourrait croire » mais il est toujours ce qu'on aurait dû penser. » (p. 13) ( a citer ds la bibl) Avec la révolution numérique depuis les années 1940 et l'apparition des premiers ordinateurs on s'est engagé dans un profond bouleversement technologique qui est devenu non seulement technologique. Puis grâce à la puissance des super–ordinateurs apparus dans les années 1950 et 1960, ils occupaient des armoires entières. Dans les années 1970 tout est devenu accessible à tous grâce aux micro– ordinateurs – Selon Robert X. Cringely dans son documentaire (1996), une poignée de cingles d'informatique et autres Hobbyists s'est acharnée à concevoir, produire et distribuer– puis les dimensions des micro–ordinateurs ont diminué grâces aux interfaces graphiques des années 1980. Le grand évènement était avec l'arrivée du World Wide Web qui a transformé l'internet. Cette technologie d'interconnections comptait seulement 213 machines en aout 1981, en un cyberspace planétaire qui a atteint 5 milliards de terminaux connectés en aout 2010 , et une véritable « vie sur écran » selon Sherry Turkle(1995) s'est développée au cours des années 1990 autant qu'une authentique et nouvelle de culture qui est la cyberculture. Selon Pierre Levy (1997) la cyberculture désigne « l'ensemble des techniques (matérielles et intellectuelles), des pratiques, des modes de pensée et des ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Argument Analysis: Rhetoric Techniques Used In Advertising As I got into chapter 3, I realized there's a lot more steps to write logical arguments. Claims, sound reasoning, relevant evidence persuading and knowing your audience and presenting counterclaims and objective responses. Additionally, I learned that there's in different ways of presenting your message. Such as using, the rhetorical triangle, including logos, pathos, and ethos. There are ways you can use them individually or altogether to communicate in an argument. If you really think about it commercials are written to attract certain customers and the the rhetorical triangle is used as strategies to get to people's hearts, open customers' minds and emotions, and trying to build credibility with customers and what their product in their company to come off trustworthy. So I think ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The sinners are forced to wallow in vile, freezing slush while Cerberus guards them. Gluttony, contrary to popular misconception, is not just the indulgence in food, but over indulgence in anything that creates a marked change in a person in a negative way. Alcoholics, drug abusers, and other chronic indulgers (to much partying or shopping perhaps?) are all seen as gluttons. Will neither of these are flattering, but I guess if you gonna take it as to see where you'll end up in dante's inferno, none of the levels would be good. "The other thing I came across when doing my research is a game where they were trying to decide what sin Dante left out. This is the one that everybody guest, let me know if you think if he " It explores a sin that Dante apparently left out; self deception. This is interesting, because the main reason most of these sinners are in hell, as opposed to heaven or purgatory, is that they refused to admit to themselves or to God that what they did was wrong, and repent. Therefore this sin would be present in every part of hell anyway." (Kammerer, E. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. A Summary Of Rhetorical Techniques Used In Advertising There are many ways that advertisements catch an audience's attention. To create the most effective advertisement, the author or company may use emotional appeal in the image to keep the audience's attention. They could also use a credible source to gain the audience's trust and create a more believable ad. Lastly, creating an advertisement that uses logic and makes sense would keep anyone's attention. The ad "Absolute Stupidity" uses all three of the characteristics that make an advertisement effective. Not only does it include pathos, logos and ethos, it has a strong message behind it. The advertisement is focusing on the popular issue of drinking and driving. "Absolute Stupidity" is written in bold words across the bottom of the image, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although nothing has happened yet–it will. It is also targeted towards people in general. The irresponsible act of drinking and driving is not meant to be tested out. The ad is letting the audience know that it is never okay to do so. This ad was effective because it caught the audience's attention. They see the graphic image and want to figure out what has happened. After seeing that someone has been killed due to this ignorant ac, it will cause the viewers to think before acting on it. The advertisement uses the three most important subjects of making an advertisement effective. It successfully creates an emotional appeal to the audience by scaring them into not wanting to drink and drive. The ad also provides common sense and logic in a creative way. It depicts the scene of drinking and driving and doesn't just use boring words to explain it. Credibility is presented well too, it uses an authority and has a trustworthy background. The advertisement used pathos, logos, and ethos and is considered ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Using Visual Rhetorical Techniques Used In Advertising The task of choosing an advertisement and analyzing it was very troublesome for me. I struggled since the beginning of this project and did not end up getting the result that I was expecting. The problem with my first paper that I struggled with the most was the fact that I focused more on describing and summarizing the ad rather than focusing on how visual rhetoric affects societal views through the use of advertisements. I believe that in my introduction I expanded a lot more on the how and the explanation of visual rhetoric and rhetorical appeals. In the intro, I further a lot more on some examples of the rhetorical devices and expanded on how they function. I believe that I also expanded on how they affected the ad that I was soon going to analyze. I also missed to cite my paragraphs and made big generalizations. It was more me telling my audience what I see rather than how I felt about it. I feel that in my revised paper I did a better job of showing that than before. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I believe that when I began talking about Kilbourne's text and trying to connect it to the advertisement, I did a very good job trying to tie them together while having to add quotes and analyzing both elements. I also believe that I implemented the idea of visual rhetoric into the idea of the text and the advertisement. In this first body paragraph/intro, I made a huge generalization in my U3 paper, about men. This affected my paper because then it was not as focused as it should have been. The next paragraph is where I introduce the advertisement that I would be analyzing. This is where I have described the advertisement itself. I begin to speak directly to my audience to help them see what I can see when I look at the ad. I believe that this is the only paragraph in which I should be able to only describe and not so much analyze what I have to chosen to be the sexual ad. This paragraph is simply the advertisement put into ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Propaganda Techniques Of Today 's Advertising By Ann... In "Propaganda Techniques in Today 's Advertising" by Ann McClintock, the author discusses how Americans are being brainwashed by advertisements and the different techniques they use to catch our attention. Ads are simply everywhere we look, it is impossible to get through the day without seeing one. All advertising companies put tons of research into how consumers spend money or even vote. Once these companies finish their research, they create advertisements that appeal to the masses. The basic propaganda techniques that McClintock writes about are Name Calling, Glittering Generalities, Transfer, Testimonial, Plain Folks, Card Stacking, and Bandwagon. Each one of these propaganda techniques is used in specific ways by advertisers to sell their product or service to consumers. I have selected a political ad which uses the Glittering Generalities technique, a coffee ad that uses Transfer technique, a soda ad that uses the Testimonial technique, and a soup ad that uses the Name Calling technique. First, the political ad I choose used the Glittering Generalities technique in which the Donald Trump used a certain slogan in hopes to sway voters. In this ad Mr. Trump is telling potential voters that a vote for him is a vote to take back our country. The phrase used is vague and may not mean the same to you as it does to me. McClintock states, "The ads for politicians and political causes often use glittering generalities because such "buzzwords" can influence votes" (698). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Argumentative Essay-Dance Is A Sport Dance is a Sport Is dance a sport? A sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment, dance is just that, but others consider it an art or even just a halftime show. Dance teams in high schools do not get funded as much as other sports and they get very little to no recognition at school or even on big sports channels. Dance meets the requirements to even be an Olympic sport. Dance should be considered a sport as much as other athletics. First of all, there is very little funding that goes into dance, considering it is a sport and needs to be equal to the other athletics. At Madisonville North Hopkins High School the dance team starts out the season with only the remaining money that the team raised the previous season, it is different from other sports. For example, football was given $9,500 this year to start out the season. Another major issue is that the dance team has to practice in the lobby, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Have you ever heard dance talked about on the big sports channels announcing that a team won the regionals competition, or that they are advancing to Nationals? No, because many do not think about the competitive aspect of dance, they only think about the stereotypical ballerinas. Usually the only accounts of dance that people witness is at halftime during a game. Dance does not have a weekly event scheduled for it like soccer, basketball, or other high school or college sports teams, which is another reason why many don't see it as a sport. The only events that dance has is big competitions that usually happen on the weekends. In dance, you can compete against large groups, duets, or even soloist. They also do not think about the time and hard work that is put into the sport. Dance requires strength, endurance, and coordination. It takes a lot of practice to be a strong dancer, just as it would in any other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Stereotypes: Therapeutic Techniques Used In Advertising In advertisements, every color, shape and position are pivotal in getting the point across. When looking through various magazines, a ring ad from the November 2016 issue of Birds and Bloom caught my eye. Though the ad has a short article to describe the jewelry being sold, it was the image that captured my attention. When analyzed on a persuasive level, the image utilizes multiple techniques to draw attention and entice the audience. At the heart of the ad are many different shapes. Though the band of the ring is blurred out, the ring is clearly cut in a rectangular shape, which indicates a "straightness" and "honesty" (Borchers 157). There are also rectangles in the text of the article to further promote the professionalism and validity. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The gem, the center of the image, is emerald green. Green often represents envy, which is a good tactic for drawing customers, but it can also personify adventure, aspiration and prosperity (Cortes). The stone, called helenite, was the result of the Mount St. Helens eruption, so the themes of adventure and luxury seem logical. The background color purple furthers these themes, as purple is associated with imagination and wisdom (Siltala) as well as royalty, drama, extravagance and wealth (Cortes). This is especially interesting to communicate that a buyer will look affluent with this ring, but it only costs a mere hundred dollars. There are splashes of yellow, purple's complimentary color, throughout the ad to provide some contrast and a pop of energy and spontaneity (Cortes). Yellow can also come across as optimistic and promote clarity (Siltala), which would also be beneficial to the ad. Then there is white, both in the ring's band and behind the article, which offers balance and neutrality (Siltala). Both in color and shape, the ad blends a variety of concepts to create a cohesive and effective message that persuades the audience to buy the ring but doesn't overpower or overuse one single ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. A Report On The Les Benefices Du Numerique A. Les Bénéfices du numérique En parallèle au socialisme et la communication, le numérique aide dans l'apprentissage et l'éducation. Autrement dit, les réseaux sociaux laissent les jeunes étudiants connectés pour travailler et échanger les mêmes sujets et collaborer entre eux. En plus, le numérique englobe ainsi dans l'éducation le domaine de la santé. L'accès facile fournit grâce au web permet aux adolescents d'avoir des réponses à tous les questions de santé et de sexualité qu'ils préoccupent. L'adolescent trouve un support de prévention et de diverses références face à tous inconnu. Ainsi l'adolescent a un accès ouvert sur des groupes et des sites où des conversations et des dialogues naissent entre des patients atteints de maladies chroniques et des autres guéris. Ces groupes jouent un rôle de soutien. Il est toutefois évident l'impact du numérique contre l'isolement et le sentiment d'exclusion. Dans ce cadre, S. Krishna (2009) ajoute : « Les techniques mobiles tant dans la téléphonie, que dans les messageries instantanées et les réseaux ont permis une amélioration de l'adhérence aux soins et une diminution des rendez–vous manqués. » (p. 231) Notons que, la présence de la surveillance des parents et l'écoute médicale est nécessaire à cause de la profusion des informations et leurs complexités. Cependant, l'implication du numérique a développé les comportements et les nouveaux usages et services des adolescents. Cet accès aux informations est considéré comme une ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 57. Lil Wayne's Rhetorical Techniques Used In Advertising 2016 was the year that Samsung introduced one of their latest smartphones to their lineup of products, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Samsung was most proud of the water resistance ability of their new flagship phone, and what better way to showcase that ability, than too have one of the most popular living rappers, Lil Wayne, to appear in a commercial to prove it. Samsung's Galaxy S7 commercial not only aired on TV, but also went viral on social media sites, such as; YouTube, Facebook, etc. Michelle Castillo, wrote in her article on the CNBC website that, Marc Mathieu, Samsung's chief marketing officer, mentioned that Samsung's ad agency, Wieden+Kennedy, came up with the idea for the new ad campaign with Lil Wayne in mind as the spokesperson, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This method can either stir up positive or negative emotions in the reader, but either way its intent is to sell an idea, belief, a product, or to convince the reader to pick a side. This commercial uses pathos in a couple different ways. Humor is the most obvious way pathos is being used, it is the setting of the entire commercial. When Wayne, Max, and his friend on the phone, Kenny, are saying, "Whaaaaaat!", it is meant to be silly and fun. It is even funny just watching them pour champagne on their smartphones. Humor promotes laughter, and laughter releases endorphins in our brain that trigger the happy feels, and puts us in a good mood. It is well known, that if you can get the customer to laugh, then you are more likely to sell to that customer because laughter helps them drop whatever guard they are putting up. Another way this ad uses pathos, is by appealing to the fear of dropping our phone in water and damaging it. We all can relate to this type of accident, and we are always trying to prevent it, so we don't have to worry about forking out the big bucks to repair or replace our beloved smartphone. In the commercial, Max pouring champagne on his phone and it shorting out, is a perfect example of pathos, by showing us that if you get your phone wet, it will damage it, unless you get the new Galaxy S7 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 59. A Summary Of Rhetorical Techniques Used In Advertising There are many ways that advertisements catch an audience's attention. To create the most effective advertisement, the author or company may use emotional appeal in the image to keep the audience's attention. They could also use a credible source to gain the audience's trust and create a more believable ad. Lastly, creating an advertisement that uses logic and makes sense would keep anyone's attention. The ad "Absolute Stupidity" uses all three of the characteristics that make an advertisement effective. Not only does it include pathos, logos and ethos, it has a strong message behind it. The advertisement is focusing on the popular issue of drinking and driving. "Absolute Stupidity" is written in bold words across the bottom of the image, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although nothing has happened yet–it will. It is also targeted towards people in general. The irresponsible act of drinking and driving is not meant to be tested out. The ad is letting the audience know that it is never okay to do so. This ad was effective because it caught the audience's attention. They see the graphic image and want to figure out what has happened. After seeing that someone has been killed due to this ignorant ac, it will cause the viewers to think before acting on it. The advertisement uses the three most important subjects of making an advertisement effective. It successfully creates an emotional appeal to the audience by scaring them into not wanting to drink and drive. The ad also provides common sense and logic in a creative way. It depicts the scene of drinking and driving and doesn't just use boring words to explain it. Credibility is presented well too, it uses an authority and has a trustworthy background. The advertisement used pathos, logos, and ethos and is considered ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 61. Safe Driving Advertising Persuasion Techniques Safe Driving Advertisement/Persuasion Techniques The Frontier Post advertisement with the keys shaped as a gun is more pointed towards Logos and Ethos being its modes of persuasion. In this advertisement, logos is present because there are texts within the ad that is factual. The text states "Takes one life every 25 seconds" and "Drive Safe". Then we have ethos, ethos is present because the keys are positioned in the shape of a gun. This ad is more than likely hinting that every time you get in a vehicle it can be just as dangerous as a loaded gun. Now for pathos, pathos isn't present because there is no celebrity present. There is also no one to show knowledge of the subject at hand. Along with this information, there is no known brand being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 63. The History of Advertising and Advantages and... Introduction What do you think of when you see an advertisement? Do you first notice the talent they are using? Does the colors used in the ad attract your attention? Or maybe the word play they use in the ad? Advertisement is part of our daily life. We see advertisements everyday, everywhere. Be it on TV, radio, magazine, newspaper, billboards, posters, etc. The advertisements that we see are shown to us through the help of media. Media is correspondence channels through which news, entertainment, education, information, or special messages are spread. Media incorporates each TV and narrowcasting medium, for example, daily papers, magazines, TV, radio, billboards, direct mail, telephone, fax, and internet. Media is now divided into two ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This monthly newsletter was used to convey economic, political, and military news throughout Europe. It became popular in Europe especially in Italy during the 1500s. In the 17th century, the term newspapers became popular and widely used. Many countries in Europe published their first newspapers during this period. The Germans was said to be the first one to publish newspapers. Their first publication was called "Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen Historien" printed in the year 1605 by Johann Carolus. Other early newspapers were Dutch's "Courante uyt Italien, Duystlandt, &c." Meanwhile, the first publication published in the United States was Benjamin Harris "Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick" in the year 1690. The magazines were first published in the 18th century. The first magazine in Britain, "The Gentlemen's Magazine", was published in London in the year 1731. Radio first began in the year 1887 when Heinric Hertz discovered radio waves. Frank Conrad was the first person to start radio broadcasting which he did at his garage. He broadcasted sports, news, and music while giving free advertising spots to people. He started broadcasting in the year 1916. The world's first commercial radio station is Pennsylvania's Newsradio 1020 KDKA. With the improvement of technology, internet radio is now available. Another example of traditional media is television. Television is a medium for people to see the larger world ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 65. Text H: Persuasive Techniques Used In Advertising Both texts have been constructed according to the time in which they were made to suit the right audience. Due to the fact that text H is an advertisement from 1933, it will have a completely different primary audience then that of text I which was written in 2009. This was because of social expectations of woman. In 1933, many women would not have jobs, so they wouldn't have their own money to spend on luxury's such as a car. This meant that the advertisement in 1933 would be targeted at men and this is shown through the jargon lexis in the description of the car, phases such as "automatically chassis lubrication" and "self–returning direction indicators" are used to appeal to the audience. The male audience that this product is advertised ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Where as, text I doesn't use any adjectives to describe the product, this is because the advert is not really about the product it is about the way the audience are persuaded to buy the product. In 1933, an advertisement would be constructed to represent the product in the best possible way it could and adjectives would be used frequently to do so. The product it's self was the only thing which was spoken about in the advertisement. However advertising has changed now and it is more about the audience–producer relationship. The producer of the text wants to attract the audience the best way it possibly can and a new form of advertising is used. This type of advertising allows the audience to feel as if this car is only for them and the producer is a some sort of miracle ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 67. Analysis Of ' The Pearls On A String ' Out of all the amazing things I saw in the Pearls on a String, the one that I found the most interesting was Akbar and 'Abd al–Rahim, from the Akabarmana (Book of Akabr, 1586–1589). It is amazing to see how many different scenes can all occur in one piece. Overall, The Book of Akbar had multiple outstanding pieces but the emotion in this particular page is what caught my attention. Although I did not study the other pages as intensely as this one, it is clear to see that Abul Fazlt's technique is spectacular throughout each and every page. This painting is historical, depicting a young Abdul Rahim Khan–I–Khana being received by Akbar after his family was killed. A great story is told throughout the entire book, although this particular image has more of an intensity to it. This page functions as a devotional image in order to display the emotional trauma 'Abd al–Rahim must have felt having all that he knew dragged from under him. This occurrence after royal bloodshed subsequently sets a mood for the piece. Some of the painting is hard to depict, due to some men appearing respectful and embracing while others appeared with contempt. This page is taller than wide with a beautiful background paper designs. The placement of the piece is harmonious in every way possible. In paying attention to the placement more emphasis is put onto the central area of the painting. The frame compliments the shape of the piece allowing it to bring your focus back after the eye wanders around ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. Analysis Of The Article ' Propaganda Techniques On Today... Why does the majority of American consumers fall prey to the propaganda of advertisements, which subconsciously tricks them into believing outrageous claims? To answer this question, we must first understand: what does advertising means, and how these advertiser companies use propaganda to seduce us follow their tricks. Advertising is the act of presenting an idea or product to consumers or audience by using television, radios, social media, or street posters. In the article "Propaganda Techniques in Today's advertising," Ann McClintock describes different types advertising techniques in her essay that are used currently by the advertisers and by the politicians. The most efficient and useful propaganda that are used by contemporary advertising companies and politicians are glittering generalities and bandwagon. Nowadays most politicians are using false messages that are deeply attached to our feelings, but it really does not mean anything. One of the most common propaganda that politicians use is glittering generality. In this propaganda technique; they use emotional phrases to attract their audience. In the article "Propaganda techniques in Today's Advertising" the author gives an example of how politicians use glittering generalities in their campaigns "Vote for the future [of our country]" (McClintock 698). Allows politicians to get their audiences to think about the future. Thoughts about the future are universally terrifying for humans, which result in emotional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 71. I Have A Good Idea Of My Stress When it comes to wellness issues, I have always struggled the most with stress. I have always been more prone to become stressed, due to my anxiety. Therefore, stress is a big obstacle in my life, and it is something that I need to find a way to deal with, especially now that I have begun to attend college. Because I have dealt with anxiety before, I have a good idea of my stress level. My stress levels can become very high, and as a result, I have several ways of dealing with stress. As a result, I am familiar with some of the techniques mentioned in the textbook. For example, exercising has always been an effective stress technique for me. As mentioned in the textbook, performing exercises such as running and walking on a regular basis has been an effective way for me to reduce stress. However, the textbook has also introduced me to new techniques to help manage my stress, as well as ways to improve techniques I already use. One of these new techniques is eating healthy. Prior to reading the text, I never considered that my eating habits would affect my stress levels. However, after reading through the text, I can definitely see how my eating habits and stress levels affect each other. After evaluating my eating habits, I noticed that I do not eat healthy when I am stressed. When I become stressed or have an important event coming up, such having a test or a paper due, I tend to skip meals like breakfast and lunch, and instead eat smaller snacks of foods such as candy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. Evoking Freedom Study The Effects of "Evoking Freedom" Technique on Compliance Social influence and the power of social situations have always been central topics of inquiry for psychologists due to their impact on our everyday lives. Social influence refers to the ways in which people alter their attitudes, emotions, and behaviors of others. Every day, we encounter countless attempts by other people to influence us. Likewise, we try to influence others. Compliance is a kind of social influence in which an individual modifies his or her behavior in response to an appeal made by another person. Many studies have investigated effective means of increasing compliance rates. Gueguen, Silone, David, and Pascual (2015) were interested in exploring the effects of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, if the cost of the request plays an important role as predicted in determining the compliance rate, we should see a higher compliance rate in a low–stakes request in the presence of the "evoking freedom" technique than in a high–stakes request in the presence of the "evoking freedom" technique, and a higher compliance in a low–stakes request in the absence of the "evoking freedom" technique than in a high–stakes request in the absence of the "evoking freedom" technique. If we had seen these effects, it would have also meant that we support the idea that when one is given the freedom to accept or refuse a request, he or she will be more likely to comply even with a request that is costlier for that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 75. Microcapsules Essay Layer–by–Layer Approach for Making Microcapsules Muhammad Faiz Omar (201308264) 4th December 2014 Abstract The fabrication of hollow multilayer microcapsules in the beginning is initiated by layer–by–layer (LbL) self–assembly technique of oppositely charged polyelectrolyte on colloidal template followed by core decomposition. The main concept of microencapsulation is to protect the contents of fabricated microcapsules from the harmful environment in which it is surrounded. In this literature review, I shall outline the technique of microcapsules encapsulation employing LbL approach, lists of polyelectrolytes and templates and application of microcapsules. Introduction Over the past decades, nanometre–sized or known as microcapsules have been benefited the approach of Layer–by–Layer(LbL) technique due to the ability of tailoring their properties(e.g., size , shape, colloidal stability, surface–functionality, composition) that are biocompatible and biodegradable.1–3,10They are broadly used in many applications including food technologies, cosmetics, textiles industry and pharmaceuticals. The LBL assembly of multilayers are fundamentally built up by the alternating deposition of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes onto a sacrificial template such that the charge oscillates between positive and negative with each layer.1,4 The establishment of nanocoatings using LbL assembly method distinguishes itself in its intelligibility compared to the more conventional method. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 77. Essay About Adolescents Et La Societe Face Au Numerique CHAPITRE 2 : ADOLESCENTS ET LA SOCIETE FACE AU NUMERIQUE A. Implémentation du numérique dans la société Suite à la révolution numérique et l'implémentation du numérique dans notre société une socialisation et une communication sont ainsi crées entre les individus. Par suite, les réseaux sociaux ont tracé un large périmètre d'interaction. En effet, dans ce cercle, se contacter avec ses amis proches, sa famille, échanger les idées, partager ses problèmes, ses images, ses sentiments et émotions, faire de nouvelles connaissances sont rentrés dans nos nouveaux intérêts. Mais au–delà de ces derniers M–F. Le Heuzy (2012) affirme divers bénéfices qui se sont présentés : « engagement dans des associations, des événements sociaux, y compris politiques, religieux, ou philanthropiques ; encouragement à la créativité individuelle et collective, avec échanges productions artistiques, musicales ; création de blogs, de sites de jeux ; découverte d'interlocuteurs qui partagent les mêmes intérêts ; participation à l'apprentissage des habiletés sociales ; et lutte contre l'isolement. » (p.93) B. Les bénéfices du numérique En parallèle au socialisme et la communication, le numérique aide dans l'apprentissage et l'éducation. Autrement dit, les réseaux sociaux laissent les jeunes étudiants connectés pour travailler et échanger les mêmes sujets et collaborer entre eux. En plus, le numérique englobe ainsi dans l'éducation le domaine de la santé. L'accès facile fournit grâce au web ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...