1.To which group of people do advertisements have the most influence?
2.Should advertisements be put on the internet or in TV programs?
3.Should children be protected from advertisements?
4.Are there many public service advertisings? Are they effective?
5.How to publicize public service advertising?
6.Do most of the advertisements exaggerate the advantages of the product?
7.Do you think the advertisements have any effects on children?
8.What effect does the music have in the advertisement?
9.Do you think products like toys should be advertised?
10.Will you buy the products presented in an advertisement?
11.What might be the result of inviting celebrities to advertise tobacco?
1.To those who are interested to try new things and are easily to be attracted by the functions and appearance promoted in the advertisements. Like children and the old. And also for those who have desperate demand, like for people who are eager to lose weight, advertisements of pills of this function may work on them.
2.Yes, advertisements are supposed to put in channels where the most audience can access to. Most people watch TV and surf the internet on their leisure time.
3.Yes, of course. And it is mainly because that the contents of advertisments are not true or appropriate sometimes. They are exaggerated and dose not according to the facts. There is a possibility that children n will learn wrong information or imitate bad behaviors from those advertisements.
4.Yes. There are advertisements appealing animal protection, calling for environment preservation and smoking prohibition. They are mostly not effective because people do not get reward or punishment for certain behaviors advocate or forbid by public service advertisements.
5.Publicize them in the places most people can see, such as in TV programs, on the internet and on the walls of subway passageway.
6.Yes. Sometimes advertisements are tempting and deceptive. In order to attract the target customers, the advertiser will fill the content of decorating expressions, regardless of the filthy measures they have taken or the severe damages they may bring about. The advertisements always exaggerate the advantages and functions of the products. As a result, they mislead consumers to buy things that are not deserved.
7.Yes. Children have less experience than adults and can be persuaded through ads to ask their parents for something. Peer pressure also plays a part and today the media makes sure they market to children through food, movies, and other means. As the children grow they develop the product loyalty and this can transfer into dollars for the firm or products.
8.Different styles and catchy tunes get people's attention. Plus, once you recognize a song to a specific advertisement, and you hear it elsewhere, your mind will think of that advertisement first. As well, with the same idea above, when you come across this same advertisement, you are more likely to study it more in-depth after recognizing the tune.
9.Yes, some toys that are good for children's development and education should be advertised and are supposed to be known by more parents. Such as Legos, they are good for children's brain and intellectual development.
10.Yes. I would like to give it a shot if the function of the product is advertised as I'm looking for. Even some of the advantages are exaggerated, the part still functions.
11.The image of the celebrities will be damaged. They will feel shamed by smoking in front of public and in daily life.