• Mr Sikander Singh
    Yes advertising creates artificial needs How often do you see the media pushing the new "latest and greatest" technology to hit the market, making us think we need to have that when there's nothing wrong with the old stuff we already are using? It happens all the time, be it about 3D television, new...
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  • Is Advertising Creating Artificial Needs?
    Does advertising create artificial wants? Mariya Krasteva Most companies nowadays perceive advertisements as a way of survival. Big corporations who gained the largest market share in their industry never stopped advertising, because they are not sure what the effect will be and if they do it...
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  • Advertisements: Create Articial Needs
    ADVERTISIMENTS CREATE ARTIFICIAL NEEDS(for) * Advertisement introduction * Disadvantages of advertisements * How are dey harmful? With respect to dffrnt walks of lyf? * Examples justifying this motion * Conclusion * Whole debate conclusion. Advertising a product is the medium...
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  • I Want Knowledge
    as “an artificial want,” all wants are natural. A Need is something that humans are born with. Abraham Harold Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs distinguishes 5 levels of it: Physiological, Safety, Love and Belongingness, Esteem, and Self-actualization needs.[1] “A want” is simply an extension of a need. A rich...
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  • Advertisement
    It creates awareness of products and presents the product in an enticing manner. This may create a need where none existed before or fills a niche. So no it does not create artificial needs. If this were true then all products would succeed and none would fail.   People will always have that desire...
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  • advertisement creates artificial needs
    really do not need. Others say that advertisements tell us about new products that may improve our lives. I agree with both statements that advertising of new products improves our lives to some extent and at the same time people are encouraged to buy things they really do not need. These days...
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  • Boroline Revialization
    first need to understand the problems associated with the brand boroline. To be more precise, why boroline is not able to struggle through the competition. The following gives you the causes and techniques for the revitalization of BOROLINE. Lack of right amount and mode of advertisement. Present...
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  • Food Advertising
    with obesity and the easiest and fastest way of doing it would be stopping to encourage consumers to buy unhealthy food. Likewise many nicotine advertisements the sweet and fast food advertising promotes products that are mostly prejudicial for health and may cause serious health problems. Naturally...
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  • Spare Parts
    influence, many slogans and advertisements are used mainly to encourage driving carefully. One advertisement made by the car manufacturer BMW is found in Public Interest Magazine and promotes safe driving with the message “Don’t Drink and Drive.” The visual in this advertisement is a bare right leg of a...
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  • Consumer Behavioral Study
    Preservative (sodium benzoat), Salt, Food colouring, Coconut Extract, Honey, Pandanus Extract. * Freiss is claimed as the syrup that contains no artificial sweetener and use natural sweetener, which is honey. * It currently has four types of flavors, which are frambozen, cocopandan, orange, and...
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  • Adveritisement- Bane or Boon
    "Advertisements-- a bane or a boon?" Write a composition either For or Against the subject. at Wednesday, January 21, 2009 We cannot Escape them. They stare at us from every nook and corner. The highways, the roadways, streets all have hoardings, banners, posters screaming about the goodness of the...
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  • Dummy Ad vehicle
    DUMMY ADVERTISING VEHICLE Dummy vehicle advertising is pretesting method of measuring advertisement effectiveness. Pretesting: Pre-tests include both concept ads and finished ads that have not yet been deployed or been evaluated and measured. In the concept test, the ad has not yet been created...
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  • Vita Lemon Tea Environmental Analysis
    ‘light’ lemon tea Threats Opportunities Develop different taste – R&D → e.g. cool lemon tea Renewed promotional displays in Vita lemon tea → New advertisement Threats Saturated market No significant difference among competitor’s products Product Package: - Plastic bottle - Cans - Boxes Size: -...
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  • Women in Advertising
    over 2000 ads a day. Advertisements don’t just sell us products, they sell images, values, and concepts of success, worth, love, sexuality, and normality. By doing so, they tell us what we should be. They set unrealistic standards, especially for women. The women in advertisements are more often than...
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  • Star Ship Premium Juice
    First ever 100% juice produced domestically. 2. Different packaging (Can, tetra pack, plastic bottle) for different age group. 3. Absence of artificial flavors and color. 4. Different packaging (family pack, nuclear pack)for different rate of user group. 5. User and Environmental friendly...
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  • Impact of globalization on electronic advertisements
     Course Name: Final Submission Impact of globalization on electronic advertisements Submission date: June 20, 2013 Q. Qualitative analysis of advertising how globalization has impacted electronic advertising. Pick two local and one international...
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  • Red Bull Case Study
    awareness to people of its product.  QUALITY: Red bull cola that holds natural and pure ingredients plus there are no sweeteners, preservatives and artificial colour in the drink. Just a simple dedicated pure drink which enhance the quality of brand. Product quality must be differentiation point from competitors...
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  • London Biscuit Imc
    10.1 Newspaper Advertisement 21 10.2 Television Commercial (TVC) 22 10.3 Radio Advertisement 23 10.4 Email Advertising 23 10.5 Mobile Phone Service (SMS) 24 10.6 Out-of-Home Advertising (OOH): Taxi Advertisement 24 10.7 Out-of-Home Advertising (OOH): LRT/MRT Advertisement 25 10.8 Online...
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  • 3d Animation , Its Effect on Mass Communication
    ideas and compose them through the help of the tools, 3d animation[1] is the process of taking a 3D object and getting it to move in this process u create 3d objects and combine them to make an animation this includes importing motion capture data and applying it to a character or making the objects...
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  • Media Analysis
    elements in this particular advertisement, the printed advertisement and the accompanying website, have Microsoft as the main producer and product. Both of the advertisements require an active reader in navigation and interpretation but in different ways. The printed advertisement plays on words, colours...
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