Including common fears, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer, and humiliation, focuses the ad on a negative level in the reader’s brain, forcing him or ere to imagine being subject to these things constantly in order to survive; this ad attempts to put the viewer in a prostitute’s world, if only for a moment. It also seizes a large group of people by bringing abortion into play. Children, whether alive or merely conceived, play a crucial role in today’s society.It is an incredibly reckless decision to bring up such a volatile subject like abortion, or binding a Moses 2 woman to a child that she has no desire to keep.
With this topic being at such a stand still today, It Is guaranteed to bring about sympathetic feelings from either of the arties. However, the ad also appeals to a person’s sense of logic. If the “benefits” of this Job are detrimental to physical, emotional, and mental health, it wards away anyone feeling desperate enough to try prostitution. The ad also targets those who are thinking of actually using the women.Prostitution is not only a one way street, as clearly stated at the bottom of the advertisement.
By explaining the emotional, physical, and mental stress that these women go through, men are discouraged from attempting to pick up prostitutes. The targeted audience, or audiences, are both affected by the appeals to emotion and logic. The benefits of the Job are detrimental, and picking up prostitutes can lead to unwanted pregnancies, as well as sexually transmitted diseases, and run-ins with the law.The ad Itself violates the mind and twists the emotions. Recently, the story of a young prostitute named Anna has begun to pop up on billboards (Breaking’s. Lee).
According to Denies Carlton, her story Is “not at all unique” and “happens all too frequently” (Breaking’s. IEEE). Advertisements like hose billboards, and the PARABOLA ad, have begun to make a noticeable Moses 3 appearance in the last six years, beginning after Germany legalized prostitution in 2006 for the World Cup.Since then, prostitution has not only increased in most countries around the world, both voluntarily and involuntarily, but the age has begun to decrease, now most commonly beginning at age 14 (Emanating). However, the formation of the Red Light program has started to put a stop to this, using advertisements with strong diction, powerful imagery, and a massive appeal to ewers of all types. Not only are the readers effected by the powerful message, but even what the Images contain.
Splattered blood, and bruised, beaten, used little girls, gather attention and make anyone looking want to put a stop to their grief and torture. In response to the publicity of ads, organizations Like SANCTA and Women In Law AS have begun to gain power, proving that trafficking is on the rise, and women, and they’re proving the point of the advertisers by letting this affect them in a negative way, and turning it into something completely positive. This leaves us with a final question. What does this ad say about society?Simply enough, it could be that we, as people, cannot deny that these women, or girls, really, need help. They need support, love. The fact that this ad comes across so Moses 4 intensely proves that people cannot deal with a bit of sarcasm, an inappropriate comparison, when it comes to such a controversial, sensitive topic.
People are slaves to their emotions, and their emotions can be too easily stimulated. While that seems like such a negative aspect of humanity, some advertisers are able to use it to benefit hose who need it most.