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A campaign for the social acceptance of the disabled

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Brief A campaign for the social acceptance of the disabled The idea of my media text is a campaign, which in some ways promotes the social acceptance of people, which have physical; and mental disabilities. The aim of the campaign will be to increase the public awareness of disabilities and how people can assist the disabled in a subtle way without causing them to lose their dignity. ...read more.

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I have chosen these media texts because I believe it is in these texts that the range of audience I am hoping to reach will get to see them. For instance, the reason I have chosen to in particular put an advert in a broadsheet paper is because I feel that tabloids are generally used to flick through and commonly read by people who are not greatly interested in news etc, whereas the stereotypical broadsheet ...read more.

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range of audience reached would be massive, the idea of it is that with every meal you have at MacDonald's you are given a tray and on that tray is a thin paper mat, which usually has something on it visual/text, in this case the thing on it will be a text from my campaign. I intend to make the campaign very full of a wide range of visual images because I think it is ...read more.

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