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Special Report on

Alcohol and Tobacco Advertising

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First, social reformers tried to ban alcohol and succeeded with the passage of Prohibition. But when the public rejected the ban and Congress repealed the 18th Amendment, temperance advocates moved on to a new battle, trying to ban the advertising of alcohol and the other major social vice, tobacco. "For many reformers, the advertisement of alcohol and cigarettes showcased the worst of America's consumer culture: manipulation, profligacy, hedonism and the corruption of innocent youth," says Pamela Pennock, associate professor of history at U-M-Dearborn. Pennock is the author of "Advertising Sin and Sickness: The Politics of ...
“Jean Kilbourne’s work is pioneering and crucial to the dialogue of one of the most underexplored, yet most powerful, realms of American culture—advertising. We owe her a great debt.”
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Regulating advertisements
At the present stage of our civilisation, the withdrawal of advertising (which some advocates of the Socialist State have demanded) would create enormous unemployment…the housewife in need of a parlourmaid would be at the mercy of registry offices…you cannot announce “Situations Vacant” by wireless!… parted lovers could breathe their affections in no Agony column…the lost dog or the pocket book dropped in a train must be mourned in vain… Everyone of us must acquire an unheard of expertness in the appraisal of commodities. We shall be at the mercy of the shopkeepers… What is more we must pay dearer for all these ... market research, surveys and trends
Jean Kilbourne Addresses Advertising, Addiction & the Need for ...
Campus Calm had the opportunity to speak with lecturer and activist Jean Kilbourne on advertising, addiction and the need for media literacy in America’s schools. Jean Kilbourne is internationally recognized for her pioneering work on alcohol and tobacco advertising and the image of women in advertising. Her book, Can’t Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel, won the Distinguished Publication Award from the Association for Women in Psychology in 2000. She is also known for her award-winning documentaries Killing Us Softly, Slim Hopes, and Calling the Shots. Campus Calm: Students need to ... market research, surveys and trends

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ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO ADVERTISING

tobacco and alcohol advertising in sports Essay
� In the next 24 hours, 1,180 Americans will die from tobacco use. In all, 430,700 smokers die from tobacco related disease each year. They are replaced in part by the 3,000 children who start smoking regularly everyday. � Each day, 3,000 teens smoke their first cigarette. That's more than one million annually. Approximately one-third of these children smokers will eventually die of smoking-related illnesses. � At least 4 million adolescents are current smokers. � Smoking is a pediatric disease. The average teenage smoker starts smoking at age 12.5 and becomes a daily smoker by age 18. � According to a 1997 national survey ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Research on advertising ethics: past, present, and future ...
The most trusted security mark on the Internet viewed more than 150 million times a day on over 90,000 sites is now available for sites that use hosted shopping carts. It's simple. Customers see the VeriSign seal, recognize it, trust it, trust you, and transact with confidence. Learn how the VeriSign Trust Seal can benefit your business at  www.VeriSign.com/TrustSeal . Advertising ethics affects the practice of our lives, and also the practice of business, in subtle and prominent ways. Indeed, advertising ethics concerns us all--academicians, ad agency personnel, advertisers, attorneys, consumers, media personnel, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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A New Ad: Norton Defends Against Potential Sexism
On Thursday, Jane Norton released a new ad responding to Ken Buck’s statement that Colorado voters should support him because he does “not wear high heels.” While it seems that Buck intended the statement as a joke, news outlets began to take it seriously, and the Norton campaign has decided that it should fight back. Norton’s new ad plays Ken Buck’s slip up twice, for emphasis. It quotes Buck at the Independence Institute's Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Party, as responding to the question, “why should we vote for you?” with “because I do not wear high heels.” Buck ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
An Interview With Jeff Middleswart- Portfolio Manager Of The Vice Fund
Jeff Middleswart is portfolio manager of the Vice Fund (VICEX)and Director of Research for Behind the Numbers.  The Vice Fund is a mutual fund primarily focused on the alcohol, tobacco, gaming and defense industries.  Founded in 1988, Behind the Numbers (BTN) is an independent research provider to institutional money managers. Given that BTN research is focused on stocks to avoid or sell short, Jeff has an extensive background in ferreting out potential problems from companies’ financial statements. Prior to his work on the short side, Mr. Middleswart served as Senior Analyst at Barre and Co (now Southwest ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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RACE, SEX ECONOMICS, AND TOBACCO ADVERTISING
billboards in one 19-block stretch; one was empty, six had public service announcements, and the rest had alcohol and tobacco advertising (Philadelphia ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Alcohol Advertising
Restrictions on alcohol advertising include any policies that limit advertising of alcoholic beverages, particularly advertising that exposes young people to alcohol messages. Restrictions can be in the form of a local ordinance or state law, or can be implemented voluntarily by a business, event or organization and can include: Banning ads on buses, trains, kiosks, billboards and supermarket carts, and in bus shelters, schools, and theme parks. Banning or limiting advertising and sponsorship at community events such as festivals, parties, rodeos, concerts, and sporting events. ( 1 ) Banning advertising in areas surrounding ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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With more single mothers and an absent father and more divorces this is difficult enough on children. Some children feel they are responsible for the divorce and often parents don't take the time to explain to them that it is not their fault. Children to teens have more peer pressure and magazines, movies, TV, the Internet don't always help their self esteem or, in many cases confuses the teen as to how to act and how to look rather than the truth. Some teens start out with lesser drugs such as Marijuana, but what most teens or parents do realize is that Marijuana is much stronger than it use to be or could be laced ...
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I am currently an Americorps VISTA member and I do not like my assignment. This is a year-long commitment, and I have @7 months left to serve. VISTA members work full-time but are paid very little because the position is kind of a cross between a volunteer position and a job. The reason for taking a VISTA position, therefore, is not the pay, but rather the job experience and the opportunity to do meaningful work to help the poor. Unfortunately, I am not getting much of that experience or doing much of that work, and I am disrespected to boot. The projects I have been assigned are poorly thought-out, and the people in my ...