Grindele, Brian C. DIV M4A1

Grindele, Brian C. DIV M4A1 - A brief description of the...

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A brief description of the actual advertisements and programs viewed. The magazines are Rolling stone for both genders, Cosmopolitan for women, and my daughter’s Teen beat. In Rolling Stone the advertisements may have well have been in a men’s magazine because it was all sex and the women in sexual positions. Cosmopolitan seemed to be even it out between beautiful women and more distinguished women. Teen Beat had a whole bunch of young pretty boys, and the girls that were in the magazine ads were all dolled up in make-up and the newest trendiest clothes. The commercials were for a woman’s birth control that is “not like the pill”. The men’s commercial was for a male enhancement medication, and the tens commercial was for clothing at Target. The prime time segment was from a favorite show of mine called “Weeds”. This program is about the tribulations a mother goes through raising her children after her husband died. Observations of how women were portrayed in each media
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at Argosy University.

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Grindele, Brian C. DIV M4A1 - A brief description of the...

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