Lessons for Advertising

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  • Read (or Scroll) All About It! - … or why not? Further Questions for Discussion: -Do you think advertising plays too big a role in print news sources? In … media (e.g., common features found in print and broadcast advertising; the layout of magazines and newspapers, including headlines, photographs, regular … the influence of different factors on media production, distribution, and advertising; Understands the influence of media on society as a whole
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  • Conflicting Newspaper Accounts - … work in factories to aid the war effort. Entertainment and Advertisements * Reviews of books, latest songs, fundraising events, concerts on both … in the sentimental style of the day for both sides * Advertisements such as fashion, new inventions, medical cures, etc. Editorials * Significance … Civil War Maps Civil War Brady Studios Sunday School Books Advertising Sheet Music (1850-1920) Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War and …
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  • Should We Let Them in?: a Cost-Benefit Analysis of Allowing a New Chain Store Into Town - … professor to verify her quote in Wal-Mart's newspaper advertisement (34:13-35:19). Ask them to find other examples of academic research being quoted in advertising. They can look in newspapers, magazine or TV ads. Have … if the actual research supports the claims made in the advertisement. Discuss the reasons why companies and organizations quote academic research …
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  • Motivating Youth to Get More Exercise - … on identification of valid health information, products, and services including advertisements, health insurance and treatment options, and food labels. Standard 3 … . Materials Needed Handout: (PDF File) Handout: (PDF File) Examples of advertising targeting teens (optional) Handout: (PDF File) Internet access, or copies … may also wish to stimulate discussion by showing examples of advertisements designed for teens from various media.) Invite students to share …
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  • Visiting the Medical Fields - … decide the best way to organize their information in and advertising poster. Students will be exposed to or review different diseases … 'll use word of mouth. At the least, draw your advertisement for the local newspaper announcing your new practice. Don't forget to subtract the cost of running your advertisement from your budget. Hire others. You must interview others for …
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  • Read That Label! - … ." Sometimes the claims on labels can be nothing more than advertising hype. Don't be misled. "Light" has been used to … something else) and has chosen to sue the business (or advertising company) for medical expenses. Students will script the drama and … : Modern court scene Characters: Judge, Defense Lawyer, Prosecuting Lawyer, Reporter, Advertising Company, Business, Person suing the company, Court Bailiff, twelve students …
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  • Blues, Urbanization, and Technology - … /cs/communities/. Synthesis and Assessment Ask students to create an advertisement for Muddy Waters' "Mannish Boy" (1955) or B.B. King's "Three O'Clock Blues" (1951). The advertisement should address the qualities and values that would appeal to … were released. Assign students a one-page explanation of their advertisement in which they justify their creations. Extensions Additional Exercise 1 …
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  • The Search for a Safe Cigarette - … from the U.S. Code: Chapter 36 - Cigarette Labeling and Advertising. While it represents one of the seminal laws enacted regarding … , it does not include laws regarding billboard advertisements or amendments to cigarette labeling and advertising made since the original legislation. Find a …
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  • Fat: Ideal Weight, Cultural Stereotypes and Eating Disorders - … using examples how these prejudices are manifest in American culture (advertisements, film, etc.). Articulate current medical opinion(s) about whether there … Strategy: 1) Begin by looking at media images (magazines, movies, advertising) and brainstorming the common characteristics of the men and women … more of the following online resources: MediaScope: Body Image and Advertising Something Fishy: Website on Eating Disorders 2) Watch an online …
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  • Review and Assessment on STDs and HIV/AIDS - … in, and what are their feelings about dying. Advertisement. This should be an advertisement pertaining to the dangers of HIV/AIDS, or … : Heading STD Article HIV/AIDS article John/Jane Doe story Advertisement Include 5 presentation points - Is it neat and easy to …
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