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    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The assessment of Indomie noodles TV commercials among children is diverse and it has attracted or resulted to this research. Television as a means of communication is widely believed to be the most persuasive and effective medium. This is facilitated by the unique features of television which is the combination of sight, sound and motion. These features account for the diverse viewer ship. Robert Reed (2007) defines television according to

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    mass media, especially the multi- million dollar business—television commercials in children’s programming. With the disappearance of a TV-free environment, a typical American kid sees about 40,000 television advertisements each year, most of which are for soda, candy, video games, fast food and their free toys. In order to collect some information, I sat down on a Saturday morning on July 16, 2004, and recorded several kids’ TV ads for further analysis. Needless to say, the results were quite shocking—aside

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    Tv Vs Commercials

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    Commercials Imagine sitting on your couch, watching your favorite show on T.V., and all of a sudden, it goes to commercials. Your waiting and waiting and the commercials just don’t stop. It’s been at least 6 minutes and you're wondering why these commercials are so long. When you are watching a show and it says its 1 hour long, it's actually in reality 35 minutes longer because of all the commercials. I believe that T.V should have less commercials. They are way too long. Once a commercial gets

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    1. The total length of the TV commercial is about one minute and forty-nine seconds long. 2. The product's name is Balloon Bonanza. The commercial describes the product as a faster and easier way to fill up water balloons in one preparation. Not only is there a total of forty balloons on one tube, but also is already pre-tied. The Aqua technology automatically ties the balloons before they fall off. Just in a couple seconds you will have perfect balloons sealed and ready to use. Balloon Bonanza does

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    Reading a TV Commercial The first bit in the advert shows a predominantly red background with dancers silhouetted in the bottom left hand corner. I think that the silhouette is in the corner because that isn't what we are supposed to see. Even though this image shows enjoyment and excitement as the feeling you get from coca-cola, this isn't what they are selling. In the bottom left hand corner as well there is a small logo saying, "dance". The writing in this caption

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    Why is it that a TV commercial will advertise, “Helping a child in need,” and yet, no one seems to help? Why is it that we have jobs specifically designed to help those in need, and yet, the government sees no reason to fund them? When questions like these arise, they can often steer a person away from Social Work because, who wants to work in some place with no money or government support? What people do not realize though, is that there is much more to Social Work than that. Social workers earn

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    Rise Of The Anti Hero

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    Rise of the Anti-Hero Through Cable and Subscription TV From Tony Soprano to Walter White to Don Draper the anti-hero seems to have replaced the classic hero on TV as a result of 3 following major influences. Over the past few decades, due to events of the world such as wars, attacks, natural disaster instilled a mistrust in establishments such as government and journalism, which is then reflected in the popular culture with the stories told on TV. The second major influence is the shift in FCC regulations

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    or be damaged by television commercials? Some people think that toy and snack commercials are good for children because they can benefit or find something they may like or need. Other people can argue that it can damage children because it is making them stay inside and lose imagination and creativity. Although many people argue that commercials for children should be shown, commercials are making them stay inside and lose creativity. First of all, television commercials are making kids stay in and

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    majority people imagine a red soda can with Coca Cola logo. Even in Japan, we see their TV commercials often. I don’t drink them often, but I still have fun and happy image because of their TV commercials. The famous Japanese made a song for the Coca Cola commercial, so that affect more people to have memorable image with the song. Marketing/Sales As I mentioned above, Coca Cola uses TV commercials, and their commercials are very easy to stack in our memory. Also, they are the partner with the World Cup

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    Bank of America Commercial "Portrats" Bank of America Ad of the Day (Thielman, 2013) This advertisement shows a retro family as they progress through the years. It captures some of the family's memories which include some of the things that the children were involved in. Bank of America is leveraging its history as well as it services by showing the family as it progresses through time. At the end of the commercial, Bank of America admits that it is not a service that defines the family, rather

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