Featured in different scenes, posing in different styles and wearing different clothing.Facial expression is jovial (smiles) and focused.
Examples of rhetorical devices used in the StelaracommercialPathosClaim of Stelara helping adults suffering from plaque psoriasis.
LogosUse of doctor’s recommendations before using Stelara.Mention of dosage: “4 doses a year after 2 starter doses.” (Stelara Commercial. 2014, December 15) Stelara’sadministration on patient: 45mg or 90mg injection under the skin.
EthosCommercial features a public figure, CariDee English, professional model.CariDeementions “Her doctor recommending Sterala to her.” (Stelara Commercial. 2014, December 15) Doctor’s appeal directs credibility of Stelara to the audience
Who created the Stelara commercial?Commercial created by Stelara manufacturer.Intended audience are “Adults suffering from moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.” (Stelara Commercial. 2014, December 15) Purpose of the commercial is to promote Stelara as injection, pills or phototherapy
ConclusionBoth commercials feature celebrities.Both commercials appeal to audience to try their products.Both commercials target different audience.
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