"Paryavaran Slogan" Essays and Research Papers

Paryavaran Slogan

ATTITUDES Razran (1938) read various political slogans to people while providing some of them with a free meal. and found that agreement with the slogans was greater when people received the free meal than when they did not. Though myriad alternative explanations have been proposed to account for Razran's findings, this was probably the first experimental attempt to affect attitudes toward various objects via pairing an attitude object (CS, a political slogan) with other valenced objects (US. a free...

Attitude, Behaviorism, Classical conditioning 958  Words | 4  Pages

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animal farm

"Surely, comrades, you do not want Jones back?" Slogans: "four legs good, two legs bad" Below you will find an excerpt from Gradesaver's detailed theme of propaganda. Propaganda and Duplicity Old Major uses some techniques of propaganda in his speech to the animals - he identifies humans as the enemy, and attempts to unite them all against this common enemy. He promises that their lives will be better and easier if they do what he suggests and overthrow the humans. He also teaches...

Accept, Animal Farm, Mammal 892  Words | 3  Pages

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Rhetoric, Propaganda and Animal Farm

a conniving liar who artfully twists the facts that are brought before him. Napoleon’s regime encourages the chanting of political slogans, guilt and embarrassment if the animals question management’s motive, and denial and confusing doubletalk when it is obvious that management disobeys the governing rules of the farm The chanting and singing of political slogans and songs reinforces the propaganda of Napoleon’s regime. Napoleon, along with Squealer, drills ideas into the other animals minds,...

Animal Farm, Eric Burdon, George Orwell 974  Words | 3  Pages

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Image vs. Word in Advertising

was a rather shocking WWF advertising that displayed a shotgun pointed at a child in a tiger costume. Without the slogan "imagine this is yours", it would be extremely hard to comprehend the intended message that hunting not yet fully grown animals or poaching endangered species should be prohibited. In this case, it indeed is the image that catches the eye, however, the slogan renders the advertising a complete message that still is somewhat shocking and in that way sticks in the addressee's ...

Advertising, Communication design, IMAGE 1058  Words | 5  Pages

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Police Officer

your business) (2pts) ▪ Your business address - #, street, city, state, zip code (2 pts) ▪ Your business phone number (2 pts) ▪ Your business e-mail address (2pts) ▪ Your business fax number (2 pts) ▪ Slogan (a sample slogan is from McDonalds, “I’m lovin’ it”) (2 pts) ▪ Logo (graphic) (2 pts) To print out your business card go to: File (Print (Change copies per sheet ( print multiple copies per sheet (OK Written Reflection Rubric (40 points) ...

Essay, Five paragraph essay, Microsoft 976  Words | 7  Pages

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Levi Jeans: Showing What Women Are Made of: an Advertisement Analysis

rebellion, confidence, and most importantly independence in women, which are each brought about in the advertisements. This cultural change is evident in the different slogans of the ads, overall various images of the women, the angle of the shots, the use of technology, the color scheme and layout of the two advertisements. The slogans in the two advertisements are totally different, sharing two completely diverse messages. The 1954 advertisement with the words “look pretty” and the 2009 showing...

1950s, Advertising, Clothing 1592  Words | 4  Pages

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Arte Povera and Politics

relationship with nature. It also mirrors the political climate because written on the beeswax is a slogan from the Paris student protests: “Solitario Solidale” (Solitary Solidarity.) Therefore, this art piece by Merz is coherent with the aims of Celant to deconstruct the barrier between art and life because the art itself is composed of everyday objects and scrawled upon it is a real political slogan. The years of the Arte Povera movement also overlapped with the politically charged years of the...

Art, Arte Povera, Conceptual art 1334  Words | 4  Pages

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Do Lotteries Benefit the Poor?

The main way that lottery promoters succeed in attracting the poor is through the persuasive use of advertisements. Other members of anti-lottery groups believe lottery advertisements are deceitful and attract poor people to its promises. Flashy slogans and pictures of large amounts of money are more than enough to pull the needy closer. These poor people are those that least need to be attracted, because they do not have the money to spend on tickets. This wasted money on advertisements is capital...

Advertising, Gambling, Lotteries in the United States 902  Words | 3  Pages

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Maybelline, Red Bull, Subway

Bull, Subway                 In today’s society, advertising slogans have become attention getters that give the consumer reasons to buy their products. Advertisement slogans are used for everything from selling a car, or selling shampoo and to make a big juicy burger look more appealing. One way advertisers have made their ads big attention getter is by appealing to the consumer’s wants and needs.  The three popular advertisement slogans are below, and it will be explained how each of these three...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Appeal 891  Words | 3  Pages

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Advertising Slogan

Advertising slogan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Advertising slogans are short, memorable group of words used in advertising campaigns. The advertising phrases are means of drawing attention to one distinctive feature (an aspect of a product). The purpose is to emphasize a phrase that an entity wishes to be remembered by; Particularly, for marketing a specific corporate image; Or, connection to a business product orconsumer base. Some slogans are created just for specific limited-time campaigns;...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Brand 3149  Words | 18  Pages

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Stylistic Analysis of the Advertising Slogan

Stylistic Analysis Of The Advertising Slogan ---------Perfume Introduction Along with the rapid development of society and economy, advertisements have penetrated into every stratum of the society, becoming the indispensable part of our daily life. Like newspapers, magazines, television, radio, films, telephone directory, art performance, the Internet, and even the human body, advertising makes use of various media to deliver information to the...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Exclamation mark 1933  Words | 8  Pages

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Slogans of Various Famous Companies

Famous Company Slogans Collection of Over 400 Famous Creative Slogans & Advertising Taglines © 2009 Kristof Creative, Inc. kristofcreative.com Collection of Famous Company Slogans Advertising Taglines and Company Mottos Over 400 Famous Creative Slogans & Advertising Taglines An indispensable list of over 400 famous company slogans and advertising taglines from famous products and brand names. This is and excellent advertising, branding, and marketing resource for the school classroom or...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, British American Tobacco 5535  Words | 44  Pages

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Article About Companys Exploiting Tweens

Studies show that brand loyalties can already be established at the age of 2 which fast food, clothing and accessories have been using for years with their slogans and commercials. Corporations planting this in the minds of our youth with slogans and commercials is McDonalds with their slogan “ Im lovin’ it “ and L’oréal’s with their slogan “ Because you’re worth it “ etc. Corporations are now reaching kids in their schools as well. Some schools can’t afford new educational material which corporations...

Childhood, Exploitation, Lupe Fiasco's The Cool 769  Words | 2  Pages

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Animal Farm by George Orwell: a Story Showing That Absolute Power Corrupts a Society

start the construction of the windmill. Numerous animals disagreed with this notion and the argument could not be resolved. Boxer voiced his opinion by stating that “If Comrade Napoleon says it, it must be right.” This moment is when he adopted his slogan that “Napoleon is always right,” and also stated his more recent motto “I will work harder.” Boxer’s commitment to Napoleon was fully expressed at this point. Later, the controversy about whether or not Snowball was Mr. Jones’ ally also reinforced...

Animal, Animal Farm, George Orwell 358  Words | 2  Pages

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Good days

More than 50 days have past since Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of our nation. His ‘victory’ was a rather dramatic one – the direct result of his eloquent speeches, catchy slogans, and his penchant to stimulate development and progress. However after the ‘Union Budget 2014’ a rather sceptical notion is taking its toll on the party's momentum. Sceptics like AAP’s Bhagwant Mann are claiming that “Acche din” is an empty promise, an illusion, a lie to the nation’s people. The opposition's...

Feticide, Form of the Good, Narendra Modi 412  Words | 2  Pages

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The Effects of Perfectionism

The Effects of Perfectionism Some people urge themselves to better performance with slogans like “Practice makes perfect.” However, I am a perfectionist, and I have to remember another slogan: “Sometimes good is good enough.” I stay away from proverbs that urge perfection. Over the years, I have noticed that the effects of perfectionism are mostly negative. Perfectionism affects my performance in high-pressure situations, the speed of my work, and the way I see myself. First of all,...

2005 singles, Anxiety, Automobile 558  Words | 2  Pages

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It's More Fun in the Philippines

Tourism just released recently its new tourism campaign slogan, “It’s more fun in the Philippines”. It gained both positive and negative remarks. It was even said that it was just a copycat of the promotional tagline of Switzerland 60 years ago. But it seems this doesn’t affect much the increasing popularity of the slogan especially in the social media sites. I just thought why some Filipinos choose to criticize and find faults in this tourism slogan rather than being supportive and cooperative in the...

Motto, Philippines, Recreation 524  Words | 2  Pages

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Cisco SWOT Analysis

relationships. However, in the consumer markets you are working to please the individual consumer as well as, gain their trust and loyalty. In consumer marketing a marketing strategy is developed to reach the consumer. Often logos and advertising slogans like Cisco’s, “This Is the Power of the Network. Now.” are developed. 2. I believe Cisco’s plan is a viable one as proven by their success. From 1991 to 1999 Cisco grew faster than any other company reaching a network worth $582 billion, proving...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Business 572  Words | 3  Pages

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My Eassy Reading

It allows the writer to take raw data and present it clearly so that the reader comes to think that the writer’s ideas have a basis in quantifiable fact. Presentational Devices Types of Presentational Devices (cont’d) 5. Logos and Slogans Logos and Slogans are important because they are visual representation of an individual’s or organisations collective identity. In some texts identity is a powerful element of why the text is convincing: that is, because the reader can identify with the...

Color, Denotation, Liverpool F.C. 1606  Words | 8  Pages

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Ad essay

like Beyonce to sell their products. L’Oreal’s slogans are an effective use of ethos. L’Oreal’s trademarked slogan is “because you’re worth it” and is printed at the bottom of the second page. Women desire to deserve. The trademarked slogan is appealing to a woman’s ethics because they are telling them that they are worth or deserved to be splurged on. The lipstick’s slogan is also an effective use of ethos. The product’s slogan is “live your life in all out color” and is written in large...

Appeal, Cosmetics, Female 710  Words | 3  Pages

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The Influence of “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” Slogan as Perceived by Ceu - Makati Tourism Students and Local and Foreign Tourists

countries. One of the ways to develop tourism industry is to have an appealing slogan that would attract tourists not just local, but also, foreign. One of the issues and talk of the town in the Philippines is its introduction of new slogan “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” which has been introduced before Christmas 2011. There is good as well as bad responses on the Department of Tourism’s move to have its new slogan. The researchers have decided to conduct a study on the perception of selected...

Advertising slogan, Makati City, Mandaluyong City 8082  Words | 29  Pages

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“Just Do It” vs. “Impossible Is Nothing”

Nothing” Catalogue The effects of slogan 3 Nike’s Slogan 5 Adidas’s slogan 7 "Just do it" so powerful 8 Slogan subverting a well-known phrase 9 Compare to Adidas and Nike, We think Adidas is more successful 10 Reference 12 The effects of slogan According to Stewart, Clark (2007) Companies use slogans to introduce themselves, their products or their services to the public through advertisements and special promotions. In order for a slogan to be successful in representing a...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Advertising slogans 2442  Words | 8  Pages

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Diet Coke and Coca-cola

Slogans, 1886 - 2012 in America (usually including Canada)[1] 1886 - Drink Coca-Cola. 1904 - Delicious and refreshing. 1905 - Coca-Cola revives and sustains. 1906 - The great national temperance beverage. 1908 - Good til the last drop 1917 - Three million a day. 1922 - Thirst knows no season. 1923 - Enjoy life. 1924 - Refresh yourself. 1925 - Six million a day. 1926 - It had to be good to get where it is. 1927 - Pure as Sunlight 1927...

Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola C2, Coca-Cola Cherry 1237  Words | 7  Pages

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Coca Cola

1. Consider Coca-Cola’s advertising throughout its history. Identify as many commonalities as possible for its various ads and campaigns. (For a list of Coca-Cola slogans over the years, check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca-Colaslogans.) 2. Analyze the “It’s Mine” ad based on the process of creating an advertising message as outlined in the text. 3. Discuss issues of selecting advertising media for the “It’s Mine” ad. How might this process differ from that of other Coca-Cola campaigns?...

Advertising, Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola slogans 1006  Words | 4  Pages

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Language of Advertising and Communication Via Advertising

Communication and Advertising 8 1.3. Functions of Advertising 12 1.4. Image Advertising 14 1.5. Advertising Text and Slogan 15 1.6. Conclusion 16 Chapter 2. Language of advertising 18 2.1. General Characteristics of the Ad-slogan 18 2.2. Lexis 19 2.3. Grammar 20 2.4. Style 23 2.5. Comparative Advertising 31 2.6.Conclusion 33 Chapter 3. Pragmatic aspects of advertising...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Advertising slogans 16638  Words | 48  Pages

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Nike Micro and Macro

services, to be innovative, to have a valuable brand name, or to understand competitors / consumers through market research capabilities... etc? How and where do you find this information*? You can find this from company's mission statement, advertising slogans, and other places (e.g., company's website, information for investors, leaflets).  *This is where SWOT and Porter's can come in (PEST is not very relevant for this assignment's topic). Do not to re-analyse the company. You can put your slides if...

Advertising, Advertising slogan, Aston Villa F.C. 478  Words | 2  Pages

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Tourism Slogan

TITLE: Tourism Slogan It's effectiveness in Marketing the Country A. Introduction In the past few months, news of the Department of Tourism's (DOT) new slogan for attracting tourists into the country quickly spread. Apparently, the DOT's replacement for “WOW Philippines” is “Pilipinas, Kay Ganda”. The tourism department received a lot of criticisms about the change. Critics questioned the rationale behind the change and whether using the local language will attract tourists. WOW Philippines...

Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1896  Words | 6  Pages

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Paradoxical Slogans in 1984

Sahil Aggarwal Williams IB English SL The Veracity of Paradoxical Slogans in 1984 The definition of a paradox is, “A statement that on the surface seems a contradiction, but that actually contains some truth.” In George Orwell’s, 1984, the use of paradoxes is exemplified in an attempt to allow the reader to understand the true intentions of a totalitarian government. By using war as a method of keeping peace in the society or even going so far as to further the degree of ignorance to greaten the...

Big Brother, George Orwell, Ingsoc 1651  Words | 4  Pages

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Road Safety Slogans

Road Safety Slogans One of the most accident-prone zones have got to be roads. The number of road accidents is on the rise, only because people forget safe driving rules. Some of the slogans on traffic safety help put the idea of safety across and reduce incidents of reckless driving. Here are certain slogans for road safety that you can look into. Chance takers are accident makers. Be alert! Accidents hurt. The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it. You can't get...

Accident, Automobile safety, Global road safety for workers 1390  Words | 6  Pages

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Motivational Slogan

Motivational Slogan List * MQ1. A smooth sea never made a skilled mariner. - English proverb * MQ2. We must accept finite disappointment, but we must never lose infinite hope. - Martin Luther King, Jr. * MQ3. There are two ways of meeting difficulties: you alter the difficulties or you alter yourself meeting them. - Phyllis Bottome * MQ4. Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is an honest man. - Henry Fielding * MQ5. Kites rise...

2009 albums, Anxiety, Henry David Thoreau 1239  Words | 6  Pages

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Barbara Kruger: Society, Sex, and Slogans

Barbara Kruger: Society, Sex, and Slogans "I want people to be drawn into the space of the work. And a lot of people are like me in that they have relatively short attention spans. So I shoot for the window of opportunity." --Barbara Kruger After reading Edward Said's essay "Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies, and Community" I knew that the work of Barbara Kruger would be very exciting to explore. Born in 1945, Kruger is an artist who became extremely popular in the 1980's for her collaged...

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Slogans On India Of My Dreams Essays

Top of Form Bottom of Form Slogans on India Of My Dreams Essays and Term Papers Top of Form Bottom of Form Top of Form Bottom of Form My India My Dream the dream of every citizen of a country, to see that the country develops with no negative systems or ideas or beliefs. It is my dream and my vision that India would be the most powerful and developed nation in the world in near future. India will be a golden bird of the coming years. In my dreams more... Vision of My Dream India International...

Artificial intelligence, Carl Jung, Cricket 1194  Words | 4  Pages

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Slogans and Missions: the Textual Relationship Between Advertising Slogans and the Mission Statements of Their Corresponding Companies

Slogans and Missions: The Textual Relationship Between Advertising Slogans and The Mission Statements of Their Corresponding Companies Tetiana Pakhuta 1794040 Grant MacEwan University October 26, 2012 BCSC 282 Short Written Forms Timothy Anderson Slogans and missions: the textual relationship between advertising slogans and the mission statements of their corresponding companies Nowadays, most companies whether big international corporations or small local firms, have their mission statements...

Statements 1969  Words | 6  Pages

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Sony Slogan

The History of the SONY Slogan. The first version of the logo, which was enclosed in a square box, was registered as a trademark in 1955. Thereafter, the logo went through a succession of changes. In the 1960s, when Sony began to seriously develop its brand image overseas, the logo was displayed in neon in New York and Hong Kong, where it competed with famous and well-established foreign companies. In 1959, the catchphrase "Sony -- a worldwide brand born in Japan" was introduced to capitalize...

Advertising, Backlight, Brand 444  Words | 2  Pages

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slogan and poster

Slogan and Poster Making Contest Qualifications Must be a bona fide student of Aemilianum College. A true member of the representing team. Male or female. General Rules and Guidelines Each team must have a maximum of 4 contestants, only 2 entries for both Slogan and Poster making are allowed. Team adviser must submit their list of participant to the committee a day before the competition. Participant attending 15 mins. after the given schedule is automatically default and will not have...

Choice, Competition, Contestant 277  Words | 2  Pages

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Company Slogan

List of Company Slogans:   •         3M: "Innovation" •         Agere Systems: "How Communication Happens" •         Agilent: "Dreams Made Real" •         Airbus: "Setting the Standards" •         Amazon.com: "…and You're Done" •         AMX: "It's Your World. Take Control" •         Anritsu: "Discover What's Possible •         AT&T: "Your World. Delivered" •         ATG Design Services: "Circuit Design for the RF Impaired" •         ATI Technologies: "Get...

Makin' It, Semiconductor sales leaders by year 1459  Words | 10  Pages

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Safety Slogans

Safety Slogans Poster Submitted By:- Mishra Abhishek H. (PPC Dept.) 1. Put your money on safety, it's a blue-chip investment. 2. Falling objects can be brutal if you don't protect your noodle. 3. Those precious fingers don't ignore. . . Or they could end up on the floor. 4. Protect your back Use a jack. 5. One rung too high and you could die 6. When you're done messin' up, sweep your darn resin up 7. The hotter it gets on the outside, the more water you need...

2008 singles, Accident, Debut albums 3258  Words | 12  Pages

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Safety Slogans

Safety Slogans Here are some safety slogans that will help you to make safety a way of life. [pic] Safety is a very important aspect of life, be it at home, out on the road, or at the workplace. Here is a collection of some great safety slogans that you can use on posters to stick up in your office or in your home, or use in presentations, or send as emails. Safety isn't just a slogan, it's a way of life. Better to be safe than to be sorry! Chance takers are accident makers. Be alert...

Accident, Debut albums, Fail-safe 2954  Words | 17  Pages

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Advertising Slogans

Advertising slogans From Wikiquote Jump to: navigation, search This is a list of famous advertising slogans and taglines. Electronics • "Buy it. Sell it. Love it." ~ eBay • "Challenge everything" ~ EA Games • "Connecting people." ~ Nokia • "Do you have the bunny inside?" ~ Energizer Max, since 2000s • "EA Sports. It's in the game" ~ EA Sports • "Get N or get out." Nintendo 64, late 1990s • "Hello Tosh, gotta Toshiba?" ~ Toshiba, 1984, Gold Greenlees...

1990s, 2007 singles, Delta Air Lines 4445  Words | 19  Pages

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Slogans of Different Companies

SLOGANS OF DIFFERENT BRANDS 1) Brand name : Alltel Business Description: Telecommunication Slogan: ‘Love Every Minute’ 2) Brand name : Apache Business Description: Petroleum Slogan: ‘Energy to Grow’ 3) Brand name : Apple Business Description: Consumer electronics Slogan: ‘Byte into an Apple’ 4) Brand name : Avon Products Business Description: Personal & Household Products Slogan: ‘Ding-Dong-Avon Calling’ 5) Brand name : Boeing Business Description:...

Brand, Brand management, Brands 720  Words | 9  Pages

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Singapore Tourism Slogan - G.I

that changes societies over time” as “places are re-conceptualized, re-structured, re-made, re-represented and re-marketed.” (O’Dell and Billing, July 2005) Our new slogan for the Singapore Tourism Board would have to include the images and impressions we would like to promote in order to attract tourists to our shores. The aim of our slogan would be to create a sense of place for the tourists even before they visit Singapore. We aspire to give tourists a sense of belonging and attachment to Singapore...

Local food, Merlion, Place 2513  Words | 8  Pages

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Marketing Initiatives[edit] Khushiyon Ki Doli The company launched a multi-brand rural marketing initiative called Khushiyon Ki Doli,[73] in 2010 in three states – Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Through this initiative more than 10 million consumers were contacted directly in more than 28,000 villages across these three states. Through this initiative, the company also reached out to 170,000 retailers in these villages.Through this initiative HUL engaged with 25 million rural...

Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh 445  Words | 2  Pages

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Slogans on Go Green

Love Green, Think Green • Smells like green spirit • When the going gets tough, the tough go green • Think green • Clean and Green • Don't Be Mean, Be Green • Get into the Green Scene • Green Is the New Black • slide 4 of 7 Slogans With "Earth" or "Planet" in Them And then sometimes you want to focus on the planet as a whole, to get people thinking about the big picture. Making people aware of the positive impact they can have on the earth as a whole is one successful way...

Earth, Environmental movement, Environmentalism 282  Words | 2  Pages

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Informative Essay About Advertisement and Slogans

the final rating “It is the Real Thing!”, a slogan generally used by the Coca-Cola company in presenting their product. This situation arouses the question whether it is infringement or not using this theme for the diary of a Harlem Schoolteacher by Jim Haskins. This essay will contain arguments against the possibility to use this theme. On the one hand there always is a connection between company and its marketing slogans and on the other hand these slogans are important and valuable for companies...

Advertising, Caffeine, Coca-Cola 500  Words | 2  Pages

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Slogans on Save Environment

Slogans on Save Environment 1. Get into the Green Scene 2. Cool kids help a warm planet 3. Trees don’t grow on money either 4. Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink 5. Join the race to make the world a better place 6. Save water! Save Life! 7. It’s the only Earth we got 8. When you conserve water, you conserve life! 9. A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man 10. One tree can make a million matches. One match can destroy a million trees. 11. Save water...

Earth, Ecology, Environment 346  Words | 2  Pages

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Indian Republic Day Slogans

Republic Day 2014 Slogans We the youth, let’s speak the truth Sathya Meva Jayathe! Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Vande Mataram East of west India is the best ‘Each day , each hour , each minute and each second makes me proud to be a part of a country called India and we are the Indians.” Let’s not watch the cricketer’s zeroes And stay away from the Corruption bureaus Our great Jawans have nothing but only sorrows Let us bow our heads...

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Brave New World: Hypnopaedic Slogans

used to promote economic stability and control emotions of the inhabitants living in England. <br> <br>The economy-oriented society relies on hypnopaedia to keep consumers eager to spend by them with catchy, consume-driven phrases. For example, one slogan tells people that they "do love flying. [They] . . .do love flying" (33). A resident of London likes being high, using helicopters for all transportation, and the feeling of being safe in an indestructible machine. The gas-guzzling machines cost enormous...

Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Centimetre gram second system of units 495  Words | 2  Pages

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New Tourism Slogan: It's More Fun in the Philippines

New tourism slogan: It's more fun in the Philippines The Department of Tourism (DOT) has unveiled its new slogan to encourage foreign travelers to visit the Philippines. The new slogan— "It's more fun in the Philippines"—appears simple and sleek but there's a catch. In its newly-launched website, http://itsmorefuninthephilippines.com, It showed "commuting" as traveling by boat, "posting status updates" while underwater, and going up the "stairs," or the world renowned Banawe Rice Terraces in...

Banaue Rice Terraces, Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language 689  Words | 2  Pages

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Odeon Cinemas Has a Slogan of "Fanatical About Films" 1

Odeon Cinemas www.odeon.co.uk Odeon Cinemas targets people who are interested in movies and the new releases updates of film world regardless of the age. Odeon cinemas has a slogan of "Fanatical about films" weaknesses 1- The colors are not eye-catchitng, the blue and white are not well-matched together. (design) 2- The font is small (design) 3- the windows of each movie on the home page is relatively space-consuming (design) 4- brand image (from the website too) 5- the steps of the...

Box office, Empire Cinemas, Film 448  Words | 2  Pages

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Coding Slogan

CPT Buzzwords Know Your Categories. Laura Gray University of Phoenix - Axia July 14, 2011 CPT Buzzwords Know Your Categories. The CPT has three categories to it. Each category contains its own codes and has its own role in the medical billing. To help you determine which section you are going to use, I have made the following buzzwords for each section. Category I is the most important category of the CPT Process. We will use this section for all billing situations. Because this is the...

Anesthesia, Brain, Category theory 363  Words | 2  Pages

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Campaign Slogans of 1912 Taft,Roosevelt,Bryan.

Presidential Election of 1912 The election of 1912 followed a "great victory" for Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1908) and a "drastic failure" for William Howard Taft (1908-1912), as seen through the eyes of the public. Both presidents represented the Republican Party, but before the elections of 1912 Roosevelt separated, along with his progressive Republicans and insurgents, and formed a new political party - The Progressive Party. Taft remained a Republican and his party mainly consisted of conservatives...

Democratic Party, President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt 930  Words | 3  Pages

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History Meme Slogans

Format: “(Short description of picture) [Insert caption here]”  Ex: (Picture of Jose Rizal and Antonio Luna) It’s Mr. Steal Yo Girl    Marianne Urbano  1. (picture of andres bonifacio) Top: Kastila? Bottom: Rak Na Itu =))   2. (picture of Coco Martin looking at Jose Rizal) Yaaammmiiii =))))  3. (picture of Bonifacio and Rizal) Bonifacio invites Rizal to join the KKK. Rizal: *seenzoned  4. (picture of Rizal) Top: Had 9 relationships Bottom: Still a bachelor  5. (picture of Rizal and exes) Top: They see me rollin Bottom: They hatin’ ...

Andrés Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, José Rizal 651  Words | 2  Pages

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Study Well

Tags:  (+91 rating, 159 votes) Waste water today, live in desert tomorrow! Tags:  (+42 rating, 98 votes) Save water today for tomorrow. Tags:  (+52 rating, 122 votes) Todays rain water is tomorrows life saver! Tags: Next Page » * SLOGANS BY COMPANY * Coors Beer * Cutty Sark Whisky * Canadian Club Whisky * Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky * Continental Airlines * Eastern Airlines * Air New Zealand * Iberia Airline * American Airlines ...

Airline, American Airlines, Boeing 757 644  Words | 7  Pages

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Slogan My Teacher My Hero Essays and Term Papers

Northern and Southern Dynasties (386 - 589) The Northern and Southern Dynasties period (386 - 589) was a time of division in Chinese history, during which the Yellow River watershed of China first experienced a period of cultural transformation under the rule of a minority group. After the fall of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317 - 420), four regimes - the Song, the Qi, the Liang, and the Chen appeared one after the other in south China. In north China the Northern Wei, the Eastern Wei, the Western...

Chen Dynasty, China, Former countries in Chinese history 1345  Words | 4  Pages

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Pragmatic Analysis

A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS ON THE SLOGAN OF FOOD AND BAVERAGES PRODUCT RESEARCH PROPOSAL Submitted as a Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Getting Bachelor Degree of Education in English Department by: DWI RETNO SISWOROWATI A 320 070 118 SCHOOL OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF SURAKARTA 2010 A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS ON THE SLOGAN OF FOOD AND BAVERAGES PRODUCT A. Background of the Study In the modern era, competition of business becomes very...

Advertising, Food, Meal 1088  Words | 4  Pages

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Sports as a Big Business

Sport As A Big Business Every team uses advertisement to represent their sport in one way or another, whether it is in the city news paper, or on national television! Slogans, logos all help to promote sports teams in the National Hockey League. A logo is used to represent a product or association in a fashionable memorable way. The National Hockey League better known as the “NHL” is one of the most storied leagues in the world! Everybody worldwide knows the traditional black shield with NHL written...

Conn Smythe, Edmonton Oilers, Montreal Canadiens 999  Words | 3  Pages

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Dentification of Main Goals of World Car Manufactures.

Values | Mission statement | Slogan&amp;Motto | Main goal | 1 | Audi | Customers, products, technology, philosophy, self-concept | "Audi is a manufacturer of exquisite cars – beautiful, sophisticated machines that embody technological perfection. Our success is built on our core values of creativity, commitment and enthusiasm, and keeping our customers’ desires at the heart of everything we do. We strive to lead the way through constant innovation" | Motto&amp; Slogan: «Vorsprung durch Technik» (Progress...

Hyundai Motor Company, Porsche 911, Value 1538  Words | 5  Pages

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Coca-Cola Usa vs Grove Press Inc

Company, it is a cease and desist letter written by Ira Herbert urging Mr. Seaver to stop the use of the coca cola company slogan “it’s the real thing”. The second letter written by Seaver aims at making a ridicule and parody out of the first letter but is still trying to pass across a message which was that the Grove Press Inc company did not try to steal the Coca-Cola company slogan. The following paragraphs examine the rhetorical strategies of these two letters and analyze the way they have been applied...

Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Black Cherry Vanilla, Coca-Cola Zero 1406  Words | 4  Pages

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It's More Fun in the Philippines

Topic: “It’s more fun in the Philippines” Campaign Slogan Introduction The focus of my thesis is about the “It’s more fun in the Philippines” Campaign Slogan. I will discuss to you about why is it more fun in the Philippines. There are already several tourists who proclaims that it is more fun here in the Philippines. Have you been wondering why? Well maybe you're wondering why because you haven't been here. Well, to answer all your questions, I will state some facts here in my paper about...

Recreation, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1356  Words | 4  Pages

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The Impact of Wow Philippines and Its Contribution in the Philippines as Perceived by Foreign and Local Travellers

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Tourism slogan is one of the important things that can help to promote the tourism industry that could attract more tourists in the country. Such a strong packaging phrase would make the country more attractive for tourists and investors to come and invest in the country then it will be the country’s brand and trademark. The uses and advantages of a tourism slogan help to developed a tourism product which is the tourist destination and...

Advertising, Communication studies, Critical theory 1717  Words | 6  Pages

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