Impact of Advertisements on Consumers Choice

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(University of the City of Manila)
Gen. Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila

College of Mass Communication


Impact of advertisements on Consumer’s Choice

Submitted by:

Dawn T. Recolizado
Elmira Joyce D. Paug
Renee Mae Bonifacio
Aaren L. Mendoza

Submitted to:

Ms. Evelyn Sebastian


Chapter I

• Introduction
• Background of the Study
• Statement of the Problem
• Significance of the study
• Scope and Limitation

Chapter II

• Review of Related Literature
• Visual Paradyne
• Synthesis
• Definition of terms

Chapter III

• Methodology
a. Research Design
b. Research Local
c. Instrumentation
d. Procedure

Chapter IV

• Result and Discussion
• Summary
• Conclusion
• Recommendation

Chapter V
• Bibliography
• Reference
• Appendices



Bovee and Arens (1994) define advertising as the non-personal communication of information, usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature (about products and services) or ideas by identified sponsor through various media.

An advertising medium is the means or conveyance by which sales message is carried to prospective customers. Advertising is many things to people. It promotes and affects our daily lives. At times people view it positively that they might find it entertaining while other advertisements are cursed, insults and deceives it. There are also times where advertisements can mislead consumers buying behaviour.

Advertisers work on consumer’s attitude to achieve their goal. Influencing and affecting their buying behaviour. Perhaps advertising is the most obvious venue where the concepts of attitude formation change can be seen in application.

Persuasive communications (advertisements) can be transmitted through various media print, (newspapers, magazine, books) audio (radio and telephone) audio visual (television and movies) and electronic (internet and e-mail).

Consumerism is here to stay. Tomorrows consumers will be better educated, more affluent and more critical. They will probably be less concerned with status and symbols and be more anxious to get information about the product.

Background of the Study

Most people may not realize it, but advertising has become pervasive if only by the sheer number of advertisement people are exposed to everyday. While advertisements are generally thought as a way to sell things an underlying element can at times be missed. It is that advertising can influence and change people attitudes and can be a potent form of influence. In fact many people blamed advertisements for encouraging materialism on people because advertisers present their products as a “must have”. Those who acquire them are depicted as more confident or more popular and this gets people to buy more products.

The expression that “today we live in age of advertising” is so common to hear that it has in fact become almost trite so much that the average man has not bothered to pause even briefly and bring to mind the innumerable benefits it bring to society. The rising level in the standard of living would not have been possible in the absence of advertising.

For an individual to make effort to examine an advertisement. It should first and foremost capture the individuals attention. According to Fiske (1995), attention involves the process of encoding where by people take information that is outside of them and represent in their heads. It is interesting to know that while watching the favourite shows in T.V., advertisements seem to be a part of it. Sometimes they even consume more hours than the shoe...
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