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Influence of advertising on me and other people

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Influence of advertising on me and other people. Advertising today has a lot to do with almost everything in my life and other people's everyday lives. Anywhere you go you come across some kind of advertisement, whether it is on the billboard, schools, television, public transportation like trains, bus, inside magazine and so on. It surrounds us everyday, everywhere, all the time. It has a large influence on me and most people in the world and should be limited. I believe that advertisement has a great influence on the type of clothes I wear. Televisions and posters show models wearing different clothing. ...read more.

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The people at McDonalds and Burger Kings sell all these at a relatively reasonable price which makes everyone longing to eat at these places. Of course, with all this, people forget the negative effects of eating this fast food. Take an example of the Big Mac and fries, the body consumes more calories if u eat it than as one would get if she/he eats pasta and salads. People keep on eating more calories than they need through constant advertising. Advertising in most cases tends to be persuasive and should be limited. It changes one's attitude. Ads like that of lens way saying that 'take three pay for two' force people to buy them even though there was no need. ...read more.

Conclusion

There another ad by ford with a monkey in the trunk, the monkey? What do monkeys have to do with cars? These ads make people laugh and feel good about the products but the generally lacks perfect information about the products. With these ads I strong argue that ads should be limited. In conclusion, I would like to say that advertising influences the way everybody lives everywhere all the time. The clothes I wear, and the types of food people eat are all a result of advertising. They tend to be persuasive instead of providing genuine information about the product being sold. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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