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Not All Advertising Is Bad

John Berger states that “Publicity images also belong to the moment in the sense that they must be continually renewed and made up-to-date. Yet they never speak of the present. 389 more words

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You Are What You Have

The point of an advertisement is to convince people to buy a product, and that their lives will be better because of it. They are made to play on the desires (even subconscious) of the viewer, or even inspire them. 399 more words

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A Blast from the Past

In chapter 7 of John Berger’s Ways of Seeing, Berger speaks about the way ads attract viewer’s attention. He says “Publicity images also belong to the moment in the sense that they must be continually renewed and made up-to-date. 375 more words

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Insuring a Good Life

The smallest impact today can determine one’s standard of living in the future. The Butterfly Effect might be little overkill for the message I’m trying to convey, but the theory still has the same idea; one’s past actions will determine one’s future. 343 more words

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New Sense of Being

In “Ways of Seeing” by John Berger, he covers the topic of publicity and advertisements and how they attract the consumer. He goes on to say the quote “Publicity images also belong to the moment in the sense that they must be continually renewed and made up-to-date. 351 more words

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Ads, Ads, Ads

In the book Ways of Seeing Berger states an observation that applies to everyone’s everyday life and that is “publicity images also belong to the moment in the sense that they must be continually renewed and made up-to-date. 365 more words

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Next Big Thing Is Here... this time we promise

When you think about it, technology is amazing. Ideas for improvements are made everyday, while people in big corporations are trying to come up with the next big hit to make a quick buck. 382 more words

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