Requirements_for_Advertisement_Analysis

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Requirements for Advertisement Analysis Using your selected advertisement (the one you posted to the forum last week) write a 2-3 page  paper, following traditional academic standards for formatting and structure, analyzing the  message of the ad.   Format  2-3 pages 11 TNR or Arial Font Header – your name right hand corner Double spaced 1 inch margins Intro/body/conclusion/thesis Content – things you should discuss in your analysis paper Establish your thesis – what you believe to be the message of the ad.  (This is not the product  the ad is selling but the message it is trying to get across – that if you drink Boudreaux – you will  be classy and sophisticated and thus you will become attractive to woman)  Support the thesis- how you believe the ad uses, image, color, appeal, persuasion, placement in 
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Unformatted text preview: the magazine, audience, etc., to achieve the ads message. (THIS IS THE BULK OF YOUR PAPER) Make sure when you write your analysis you also -Give context to your ad- what industry does the ad come from what can you say about the industry and their advertising. Discuss the magazine where you found the ad. Discuss how advertisements for these products usually function (if you have a watch ad look at other watch ads is it similar? Have you noticed reoccurring themes, strategies, appeals?) Describe the ad be descriptive and use a ton of detail. You want to reader to be able to picture the ad without ever seeing it....
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