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Magazine

Magazines surviving the technology era Almost all of us can say that we have read or skimmed through at least five magazines in our lifetime, if not hundreds or thousands of magazines. With an unimaginable variety how could one not? Magazines started its wild journey in 1741 with Benjamin Franklin and Andrew Bradford publishing “General Magazine” and “American Magazine” both of which were America’s first magazines. Both of these magazines were very general magazines but soon led to...

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School Magazines

The school magazine is no more a new thing to us. Now-a-days many schools have magazines of their own. Formerly, very few schools had such magazines. How the Magazine is conducted A school magazine is conducted by the teachers and the students. In many schools a senior teacher is the editor and a student of the top class is the assistant editor. In many schools, the students are editors, but they are advised in all matters by a senior teacher. The articles for the magazine are written...

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the language of fashion magazines

bigger and bigger as the time progress all over the world. Magazine is one of the popular forms of print media worldwide. There are different types of magazines with different features and attributes. They are mostly periodic- monthly and quarterly magazines are most common. The magazines generally focus a particular area and they target a particular group of people as their target readers. Such as business and economics oriented magazines are designed mostly for the business people, Science and technology...

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Influence of Magazines on Indian Women

of lifestyle magazines on Indian women. Introduction. Most women today live in fashion. There is that natural desire in every woman to look good, feel good and live well. Popular fashion magazines are the ultimate source of the most modern fashion trends. They are a woman's best friend in terms of looking hip, stylish and trendy. If women would like to know the latest in fashion and trends that will make them feel best about themselves, they get themselves lifestyle magazines. Lifestyle ...

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A Comparison of Fashion Magazine

comparison of fashion magazine in the UK and China Table of Contents 1.0. Introduction 3 2.0. The UK’s fashion magazine 3 3.0. The China’s fashion magazine 4 4.0 Analysis 4 5.0 Conclusion 6 6.0 References 6 1.0. Introduction With the rapid development of information technology, there are more and more types of communication media. Nowadays, Internet has become a popular communication media because of its shortcut and convenience. However, traditional media such as magazine and newspaper...

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Beauty Magazines and Anorexia

ENGLISH FINAL PROJECT TITLE: Can the beauty magazine be held responsible for anorexia? NAME: KATIA TAKKOY Can the beauty magazine industry be held responsible for anorexia? “Security”, “mental strength”, “self confidence”, “identity”, “care”, all these words having a common source, starvation. (Ogden, 2010, p.220). And although it may make no sense to most of us it surely holds a lot of meaning to an anorexic patient. But who is responsible for the link between starvation and all those...

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Media - Magazine Evaluation

create a magazine front cover for genre of our choice, for a specific target audience. We had to ensure we followed generic conventions of magazines genres that we had chosen. There are different stages of my coursework; research, planning and overall production. We had to make a magazine cover firstly then research other magazines and analysed what they did to make their magazines appealing to the audience. We did this to understand key features of the magazines and to understand how magazines draw...

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Ethical and Legal Issues in Magazines

Rhoades in Magazines: a complete guide to the industry; magazines face the same legal and ethical issues than newspapers: “[…] plagiarism, libel, slander, invasion of privacy, editorial bias, and inaccuracy”[1]. Indeed, there are some limits to what a journalist can write, an editor can publish, a photographer can photograph, and a designer can design. Magazines go sometimes beyond the ethical or legal bounds. All these issues are parts of the decision-making process that magazines have to handle...

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Advertisements in women and mens magazines

facts about women, women make up only 3% of advertising creative directors. This means that the other 97% are men. These men are responsible for the creation of the hundreds of sexually explicit advertisements in the magazine issues we read. In the most recent issue of Cosmo magazine you will find companies advertising sexy lingerie, cosmetic products, and erotic clothing. Women viewing these ads are finding themselves growing up in a world where their own gender is not taken seriously, and they begin...

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Popular Science Magazine Analysis

October 11, 2011 English 121 Magazine Analysis Popular Science: An Analysis Popular Science is a magazine that has been in monthly distribution since 1872 (Wikipedia). The purpose of Popular Science magazine is to entertain and inform a general audience with articles (related or pertaining) to scientific and technological discoveries and advancements: especially in green technology. Middle aged men are portrayed to be the main audience of Popular Science due to the the male-targeted advertisements...

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