This advertisement is for Victoria’s Secret’s tunic, leggings and boots. It can be found in Victoria’s Secret, Fall 2013. This magazine appeals to young women who are seeking the latest fashion and beauty trends. The advertisement focuses on a women dressed in an edgy outfit and casting an invincible look. There is a slogan entitled, “A Little Tough Love.” All letters are capital while the last two words are significantly larger than the first two words. Various image details and words suggest that the advertisement is promoting a specific outfit that makes a women appear to be tough. The advertisement’s main focus is the women. She tip-toe’s on one foot and raises her other leg at an adjacent angle. This self-elevation prompts her to rise higher than everyone else. Her stance implies the inner confidence that she holds. Even though she is in an unstable position, her straight back posture indicates stability. Elevation occurs again as the she raises her chin. The heightened chin seems to bring about an invincible attitude. This makes her appear as cocky and self-centered. A slogan is written across the page stating, “A Little Tough Love.” The Slogan is expounded on by stating, “We all have a slight rebellious side…” The first two words, “a little” are written in a small font while “tough love” is magnified at a larger font. The word “tough” is emphasized in a yellow color while the other words are colored white. Because the words “a little” are written in a decreased font, this indicates the lesser significance as readers attention are directed towards “tough love.” Tough love is defined as treating someone in cold manner and intending it to serve them good in the long run. The slogan seems to suggest that a women should have a stubborn or harsh side to her. It is noticeable that her hairstyle is rather messy, covering one eye. It can be seen that a messy hairstyle indicates the lack of proper grooming. She attempts to be tough by doing her own thing and deviating from rules. By covering one eye, she indicates that she is hiding. This
listening to different types of music will have an effect on a person’s pulse. His hypothesis states that if a person listens to rap music, their pulse will increase more than if they listen to other types of music. Ruben takes each participant’s pulse before, during, and after listening to 30 minutes of music. He has his mother listen to rock music, his sister listen to classical music, and his friend listen to rap music. From the data collected, he determined that rap music raises a person’s pulse the…
Prof. Guntram Werther
Integrative Business Applications
Critical Analysis #3: The Internet Should Have Killed Weird Al
If you examine the pop charts from 30 years ago, it is hard to identify many artists who’ve managed to stay relevant into today’s generation. Weird Al, is one artist that has been active in the music industry since the mid 1970’s and has been able to keep up with the times way before the dawn of social media, online media, and vlogging. For his most…
Is Baidu infamous in China?
A study on Baidu's corporate social responsibility
Baidu is considered as China’s Google, it is the leading search engine in China, occupying over 70 per cent of the market share. By dominating the market, Baidu becomes one of the most successful IT companies. .
However, by applying Carroll’s three dimensions model of CSR with combining stakeholder management approach into the corporate social performance assessment, it is…
Napster was the first file sharing service that allowed college students to share music MP3 files among one another. RIAA sued Napster in 199 with a trial in 2000. The RIAA argued that Napster users were engaged in the wholesale reproduction and distribution of copyrighted works, thus constituting direct copyright infringement. The 9th Circuit Court agreed.
The court did a four-factor Fair Use analysis and concluded that the typical uses of Napster would not qualify for Fair Use. First…
Apple's Business Analysis
Dr. Olivia Herriford
Apple's Business Analysis
A business analysis can be defined as finding a business’s needs and determining what that organization needs to do to reach these needs. Apple’s business analysis has come to the final step in the past three weeks. The first two steps included financial health, SWOT analysis, and globalization tactics among others. This week’s factors will include economic trends, the current recession…
l Social Media Business Model Analysis - Case Tencent, Facebook, and Myspace
Logistics Master's thesis Xiaoyan Hu 2011
Department of Information and Service Economy Aalto University School of Economics
The term of social media is becoming increasingly popular presently, the amount of social media users is growing dramatically, and the monetization of social media has been discussed in publications but not in details. Nowadays, the most frequently used approach to make money for…
girl-group Destiny’s Child, (See figure 2) we have seen her steady rise to stardom. Along with her co-stars Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, and they became an instant success at promoting female empowerment in many ways.
I find this analysis, written by a guest contributor on the website The Feminist Wire particularly interesting to read as a response to the recent essay of Janell Hobson, The Rise of Beyoncé, The Fall of Lauryn Hill: A Tale of Two Tales, because it defines how Beyoncé…
English or want authentic Indian Cuisine will be pointed to Spice King from a site they know and trust.
Customers come to Spice King for the Indian theme: food, music, and atmosphere. Focus on the customer and the international appeal of Indian music will positively increase the restaurant’s reputation in Indian culture. Indian music and language coupled with the culture of Indian colors on the page will give a more familiar and comfortable feel. Marketing to the culture of India will allow customers…
I have been doing the internship at Alva Reputation Analysis Company for three weeks in London. The company is pretty young that starts in 2009 by three person, and it uses a highly complex system of layered algorithms to constantly track and seek out reputational data reference points. Their system processes content from millions of sources in real time with an ‘always-on’ cloud based global reputational analysis system
For the past three weeks, I think I have been through the first two stages…
Target public analysis
You've got a lot of good ino in the target publics section, but not all of it has sources. Reference correctly! But you've also got two targets. Better to focus on one of those age groups. And good to use a subhead when you start analysing the influencers ['secondary publics'].
Glossy Box solves problems for women who enjoy using the best products but do not have the time and money to test all the products out there. They are self-proclaimed beauty experts, who have profound…