Can Coca Cola Make You Happy?

How happy does Coca Cola make you? According to their commercial, Coca Cola can change your mind with just a sip. It will get you in a good mood within the minute. It relates a simple bottle of soda to family using background music as a form of presence from the audience. The commercial uses […]

Seeing More Broadly

Individuals always have a tendency to criticize from first impression without acknowledging the full outlook of the situation. On January 7, 2015, Sia debuted her music video “Elastic Heart.” In the music video, Sia uses Maddie Ziegler, a 12-year-old girl in a nude leotard who is locked in a bird cage battling a thirtyish Shia […]

Target: Empowering the People

In today’s marketing trends, gender based products is just the norm in the United States. This has become a great controversy in the past few years, due to a higher level of gender equality as well as same sex marriage being legalized. Target is a large corporation that is taking a big hit for introducing […]

Feminist

Over generations, women’s lives have been created for them by  the men surrounding  them, but no more. The organization UN Women which focus on human equality and empowerment, created an entire campaign to bring to light how women  are still deprived  because  of their gender. The image chosen focuses on discrimination against women  naming  the […]

Misleading Gym Advertisements

There are advertisements at every store, gym, and street. Every day, we walk by hundreds of advertisements without even stopping to see what message the advertisement is trying to send. Even when we do notice, we usually do not stop to fully analyze what is being sold to us. Most advertisements have a deeper meaning […]

The Confident Woman

In the 1960s, Folger’s Coffee produced a commercial that shows a lady preparing coffee for her husband. The wife prepares the breakfast for her husband and serves him. The husband takes a sip of the coffee and walks away, making the wife feel extremely bad about the situation. The wife tries to apologize to her […]

Till Eternity

On January 2013, Justin Timberlake announced his 20/20 experience album, which was released on February 11th, 2013. It was nearly 7 years since the pop star artist released an album, and on it was a song called “Mirrors.” Imagine being a newlywed and wanting to write a fascinating song for your partner. Well, that’s where […]

Axe Advertising

Advertising is everywhere,  and although people may think it does not have an effect on them, ads affect everyone. The average person views about 1700 banner ads in the span of a month (Morrissey). In just about 4 hours of watching television people can see about 100 ads. Most people seem to believe that ads […]

The Struggles of Gender and Sexual Identity in Modern Society

American society shames specific people based on how they identify themselves. In the novel Every Day by David Levithan and the article called “Relearning the Mothertongue: Notes from a Second Generation Queer ” by Ryn Gluckman, both authors discuss gender and sexual identities. The novel’s main character “A” changes bodies each day and isn’t able to stay within one gender […]

American Ingenuity: The Car Company Made by You  

American-made cars are often seen as inferior in the automobile market. However, the “Imported from Detroit” Chrysler 200 commercial seeks to change this idea. This commercial first aired in 2011 during the half time of Super Bowl XLV, which saw the Pittsburg Steelers go against the Green Bay Packers. The Chrysler company paid the hefty price of […]