Why Do Advertisements Go Against

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Advertisements go against the Catholic Principles of Social Justice. One principle that advertisers go against is participation. The principle of participation states that all people have the right to participate in the economic, political, and cultural life of society. Several types of advertisements make other people feel excluded from society. They do this by promoting advertisements such a way that the people who are promoting the ad are people you should be and look like. The advertisements that make society feel excluded from society include Cover Girl, Victoria Secret and also Calvin Klien. Take Victoria Secret for consideration. All the advertisements of Victoria Secret promote advertisements for females. This is displayed by a female …show more content…

Why is it that everyone is getting the new iPhone 6 when the IPhone 5 is still good? It is being promoted such a way to influence buyers that this is the upgraded better version to buy than the pervious one. It also sends a message to others that in order to fit in society, get the most recent IPhone to look better. Although, when they buy it, they complain it not that good. This affects a person mentally. A third principle that most advertisements contradict is Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers. This states "We believe that the economy must serve people, not the other way around. If the dignity of work is to be protected, then the basic rights of workers must be respected, the right to protective work, to organize unions and to economic initiative." This directly goes against a post a singer has posted. Zendaya, a 19-year-old singer and actor had posted. The photo on the left is the original photo and the one on the left are the photoshopped versions. When Zendaya had a photoshoot, they took this picture. A couple week after her photoshoot, when she notice the change she was completely offended. The producers of this picture offended Zenaday. She stated that she was complete upset when she saw

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