The Smoking Gun

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  • Smosking Gun : The Effects Of Smoking

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    Smoking Gun: The Effects of Smoking 1 in 5 adults and teenagers smoke, according to BeTobaccoFree.hhs.gov. This ad about smoking is directed towards them, and features a hand holding a cigarette, with a shadow in the background of a gun with a finger on the trigger. There is smoke coming from the cigarette, as well as the end of the barrel of the shadow gun, as if it has just been fired. The black, bold words, “Smoking Kills” are above a smaller font that reads, “About 106,000 people in the UK die

  • Smoking Gun Essay Three Mile Island/Challenger Explosion

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    ENC 1102: Online Course Smoking Gun Essay Smoking Gun Memos within a company serve several purposes. They may be used to report meeting agendas, policies, internal reports, or short proposals. Memos may also be used as a tool to inform staff, management, or executives of important information. Two very good examples of this are the memos written regarding the 1978 Three Mile Island Disaster, and the 1985 Challenger Explosion. Both of these disasters were forewarned by employees and addressed

  • Visual Analysis Of Smoking Kills'

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    the hands of a person loading a gun with cigarettes. We can infer that they are the hands of a smoker. The image mainly focuses on the hands, the cigarettes, the gun, and the title “Smoking Kills”. Like the title, the loading of the gun with cigarettes reflects and suggests that smoking kills. Notice that the gun is not immediately seen because the gun and the background are both black, the artist might have done this on purpose so when the audience does notice the gun it would have more of an effect

  • Persuasive Essay On Anti Smoking

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    Schumacher Nov. 5, 2017 Anti-Smoking Advertisement; “Smoking Kills” Smoking has a large impact amongst citizens in the United States, with a little less than 20% of the population smoking. Smoking, in the United States, is the number one cause of easily preventable deaths. Seeing these alarming deaths people decided they would make scary and startling advertisements to get the point across. These ads were taking people's breath away, they were seeing the effects of smoking in a light they hadn’t previously

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Anti-Smoking Cigarettes

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    about smoking cigarettes. It was only decades ago that people were smoking a pack of cigarettes a day, thinking there would be no consequences. As time progressed, smoking cigarettes was discovered to have harmful, lasting effects that could also lead to major health problems, and possibly death. During this time, countless of anti-smoking advertisements soon appeared, often showing the harmful effects of smoking through grotesque and shocking depictions. However, there are some anti-smoking advertisements

  • Smoking On Teens In America

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    Smoking cigarettes leads to mental diseases and casualties in the United States with more than 480,000 individuals in the United States dying from cigarettes and about 41,000 deaths from second-hand smoking (CDC). After John Rolfe introduced the commercial crop in Virginia in the 1600’s, tobacco became the leading exported crop for the colony. Tobacco’s initial purpose was for “pipe-smoking, chewing, and snuff,” (CNN) and to cure individuals with health issues. With the abundant amount of tobacco

  • Persuasive Essay On Smoking

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    Is smoking a cigarette like aiming a smoking gun to your head? Absolutely, yes! The photo above, has a very powerful message to be shared with people all over the world. The creator of the picture above is, The American Cancer Society. This is an organization that is trying to heighten awareness of the dangers of smoking, the most threatening danger being, cancer. They also promote relays which help raise money for ads and research. The money raised helps to inform people of the dangers smoking

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Anti Smoking

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    Did you know that smoking is the number one cause of death? It is something that can be easily prevented, yet many people fall prey to it. According to a NBC News article from May 2016, almost 15% of United States adults smoke cigarettes. Smoking affects the health in various ways. For instance, it is one of the leading cause of cancer, and it decreases life expectancy by twelve minutes. There are many anti-smoking advertisements, showing the injurious effects of smoking cigarettes through vivid

  • Smoking Is A Controversial Topic On Modern Society

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    When talking about smoking one phrase always pops up in a person 's mind, “Smoking Kills”. Considered as one of the biggest public health disasters in the world smoking is a very controversial topic in modern society. As of recent times due to the link smoking has with serious health issues, many advertisement have been made to make people aware of the dangers. In the advertisement “Smoking Kills” the hand that holds the cigarette is compared to that of a gun. Since a gun has a dangerous atmosphere

  • Stamp Out Smoking

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    are harsh realties for many smokers. The stamp out smoking website released and advertisment that made a major impact. The ad is all black and the main message is smoking kills so why bother starting? This question has caused many smokers to think twice before smoking. The advertising team for the Stamp Out Smoking website really did a job well done with the ad they created to be on the homepage of there website. The anti smoking ad shows a gun being loaded with cigerettes, and the background is

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