By Carol J. Pardun
Now revised and up to date to mirror the effect of rising applied sciences, this new version of Advertising and Society: Controversies and Consequences examines the evolution of ads and its effect on society.
- Expanded with 5 new chapters overlaying the influence of rising applied sciences, together with the evolution of Direct to buyer (DTC) pharmaceutical ads; product placement in numerous media; and the turning out to be intrusiveness of net marketing
- Explores a extensive diversity of issues together with alcohol, tobacco, and intercourse in advertisements; the professionals and cons of unfavourable political advertisements; advergrames; and using stereotypes
- Examines the influence of ads via its precise ‘point/counterpoint’ structure –designed to spark dialogue and support scholars comprehend the complexities of the problems being presented
- Lends significant readability to the topic, uniquely balancing feedback and perform inside one text
- Includes chapter-level overviews and summaries of the subject background and key matters, in addition to student-friendly positive factors similar to principles for papers and questions for discussion
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But the transformation will not be easy – nor will it occur overnight. At the moment, our oldest mass medium – newspapers – is most at peril. You should care about the survival of newspapers for two reasons. First, they have, historically, set the agenda for public debate – determining which public policy issues we focus on. Research done at the University of North Carolina in the late 1960s and 1970s concluded that newspapers – both large and small – accomplish this by choosing which stories consistently get front-page treatment.
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Advertising and Society: An Introduction by Carol J. Pardun