• Fine
    actually need a productyou don't. So basically, no. Both. It is legal and sometime they lie. There is a law against false advertising. yes it is. there is such thing as false advertisement which is illegal but people are hardly ever prosecutedfor it because it is so easy to get around it. we are...
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  • Management Topics for 2010
    pay (burden) Commission. * Reservation for women in India. * India has failed to plan its development. * Impact of BPO on indian Economy. * Right information as a tool to realize democracy. * How effective is celebrity advertisement? * Women in the army are a misfit...
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  • Selva
    AM Category: Marketing & Advertising Length: 16 pages (3,960 words) Views: 1966 Report this Essay Save Paper Related Essays Advertising Is Legalised... Advertisement Is a Form Of... Advertising Is a Form Of... Advertisement Is a Form Of...
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  • hello
    understand that most advertisements, by their nature, will have to be slightly exaggerated. (Remember the famous H.G. Wells quote: "Advertisements are legalised lying"?) But there is a limit to this lying, isn't it? And it is high time that we recognised collectively that this limit is not being...
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  • Truth about advertisement
    do understand that most advertisements, by their nature, will have to be slightly exaggerated. (Remember the famous H.G. Wells quote: "Advertisements are legalised lying"?) But there is a limit to this lying, isn't it? And it is high time that we recognised collectively that this limit is not...
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  • The Legalisation of Marijuana
    marijuana is far less dangerous than some drugs which are legal, such as alcohol and tobacco. We should aim to keep young people away from drug dealers where they learn about drugs, just as we try to avoid sending them to prison to learn about crime. So if it was legalised then young people wouldn’t have...
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  • literature review- should marijuana be legalised?
    is still an uncertainty towards how much marijuana consumption will increase post-legalisation, however, their models suggest that numbers could increase by fifty to one hundred percent or more. This would depend on the retail price, availability, advertisement and the federal response (Kilmer...
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  • Advertisement Is Legalised Form of Lying
    100% yes. Most advertisements and advertisers make totally false and tall claims, which is far from reality. And they call it creativity. It is nothing but lying and society has tacitly grown to accept it. If the strict definition of "cheating" is taken, as is commonly defined in most countries...
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  • Consumerism, Corruption, and the Corporate Hegemony
    their business establishment worldwide leaving no opportunity for the manufacturers of the lone third world countries. This eventually, enhances the further gap between the rich and the poor. c) Advertisement controlled market: In consumer driven society, people buy commodities/ services on the...
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  • Persuasive Essay on Same-Sex Marriage
    Speech – Why same-sex marriage should be legalised in Oregon Marriage should be an individual choice, not a political argument. As a teenage girl from Australia who is currently in her last year of high school, I am surrounded by the controversy around same-sex marriage. It’s currently a huge...
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  • Advertisement Is a Legalised Form of Lying
    ADVERTISEMENT IS A LEGALISED FORM OF LYING Necessity is the mother of invention' is an oft-quoted saying. But now-a-days the reverse of it is more true. In modern business, 'invention' is mother of necessityIn this age of machinery, newthings are produced everyday. Market is created for these...
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  • The Legal Implications of Legalising Prostitution in Namibia
    school and earning a living through what is considered as normal work and the gender inequalities regarding sex work, wherein the clients are not prosecuted, but merely the women who work as sex workers. Further the author will do a case study of other countries that have legalised prostitution and...
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  • Euthanasia
    dignity when we have to die in pain without intervention. If an animal has no chance of surviving because it is unable to eat it is Euthanized, then why isn’t it the same for us? They don’t have to lie in bed, being washed by nurses and fed; they can die with dignity and remembering their life as...
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  • Prostitution
    by means of written or oral advertisements or other similar means; (3) Taking advantage of influence or relationship to procure a child as prostitute; pimp A pimp is an agent for prostitutes who lives off a portion of their earnings. A pimp's job is also to advertise their prostitute's...
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  • The Dark Side of Advertising
    touch-ups. Did you know that most Victoria’s Secret models in promotions are a size 2, with a 34”-36” bust, 23” waist and 34”-35” hips? Not to mention the hours of retouching, cropping and editing that goes into making the advertisement perfect. These legalised forms of lying3 are sending a notorious...
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  • Advertisement Is a Legalised Form of Lying.
    we doctors do is to avoid the middle man, and thus prevent such indiscriminate use of drugs by advertising and prevent loss of millions of lives in the hospitals. It is not entirely clear what is meant by legalised form of lying. There are lies that advertisers cannot legally utter, and then there...
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  • The 'Swinging Sixties' in Britain
    discusses issues such as abortion being legalised and homosexuality being decriminalised. The representation is objective to quite a large extent because it gives neither a positive or negative view on the ‘swinging sixties’. Finally looking at the accuracy, the representation is very truthful and backs...
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  • Same Sex Marriage
    Opinion Piece That same-sex marriage should be legalised in Australia. The issue of same-sex marriage in Australia is a debate that has been ongoing for many years. In the Marriage Act of 1961, it stated that marriage was a union between a man and a woman, and that any existing same-sex marriage...
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  • Islamic Accounting
    can be seen that both accounting systems set out similar objective of reporting. However, the differences lie in the following; * The objectives of providing the information; * The type of information is identified; * How the information is it measured, valued, recorded and...
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  • Homosexuality and God
    condemnation is found in the book of Leviticus: "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. . . . If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall be put to death, their blood is upon them" (Lev. 18:22, 20:13). People have a...
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