UWP 101 Magazine Paper

UWP 101 Magazine Paper - 1 Kelber Professor Arosteguy UWP...

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1 Kelber Professor Arosteguy UWP 101 22 April 2011 The Effects of a Celebrity Have you ever realized how hard it is to keep a teenager’s attention for longer than a few minutes? Did you notice that not many like reading books until they’re older? Teen Vogue , a magazine that primarily appeals to young, female adults, uses ads containing celebrities persuading them to purchase their publication. By using an array of bright and neon colors, on the cover and in each individual article, the magazine attracts its reader by adhering to a more playful and fun experience. When reading Teen Vogue , one typically comes across countless ads featuring celebrities that are promoting an array of various products. Drew Barrymore, a famous movie star – now covergirl, can be found three times within fifty pages promoting Covergirl’s new Smoky Shadowblast eye shadow with her seductive yet sophisticated stare and pose in the ad. Drew Barrymore alludes to many young girls fantasy of being mature and classy. By being a celebrity, girls tend to idolize her. They want to do exactly
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course UWP 101 taught by Professor Ching during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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