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ages9.cpcache.com/product/139756179v7_480x480_Front.jpg ammyvegas.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/just_say_no.jpg D r u g s P a g e | 1 “Just Say No” Eileen M. Gamez CGD218: Visual Literacy in Business Prof. Cheri Ketchum July 2, 2011
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D r u g s P a g e | 2 There are several different messages out there that have been expressed using different visual communications but one important idea that I wanted to demonstrate is the famous motto “Just Say No”. This slogan was created by First Lady Nancy Reagan during her husband's presidency in 1982. Its purpose was “to discourage children from engaging in recreational drug use by offering various ways of saying no”. (Wikipedia) This was, in my opinion, a presidential campaign against drugs and drugs awareness. The campaign began in the 1970’s by a Social Psychology Professor names Dr. Richard I. Evans and grew to be known world-wide and used in several different languages. Its purpose was to educate America on the drug issues that were
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2011 for the course CGD300 CGD300 taught by Professor Cheriketchum during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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