Short Writing 2 - Allison Morrow Short Writing 2 January...

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Allison Morrow Short Writing 2 January 31, 2010 In the posters that I have chosen, it is clear that society has a huge affect on how these advertisements and posters appeal to both the American audiences and the German audiences during World War II. Both posters are aimed towards the same group to promote labor for the war effort: women. In American society, we clearly needed more workers in the labor workforce while the men were off protecting the American’s basic rights. During that time, not only was it different to have a woman working outside the home, it was also not the norm to see woman outside of their “feminine” ways of life. They were generally thought of as the cleaners and homemakers, mainly being wives to their husbands and mothers to their children. That is why when advertising for the war effort for women in the labor force, a strategy was needed to appeal to the woman during the war. In their advertisements, women still maintain their feminine beauty while working in factories, even in clothes that were not
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Bey during the Spring '09 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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