Analyzing Persuasive Messages

  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing messages In business today most of the communication that goes on is completed electronically. The use of technology in the form of e-mail, text, and video chat has changed how business is conducted. There are advantages and disadvantages to using virtual communication. Examples of the advantages of virtual communication are the increase in productivity, ability to work at home or in the field without going to the office, being able to connect anywhere at any time with staff or business

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  • Bcom Persuasive Message

    To: Upperclassmen College Students living on campus From: E Lynch Date: 09/05/2012 RE: Affordable housing for students I am aware that your living conditions at your current university are not fitting your desired needs and feel as if you should take into consideration getting your own apartment. As a student living off campus, I am telling you that you are being robbed blind living in a dormitory. Do you ever wonder where all of your finances go to after being awarded for grants, loans, scholarships

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  • Persuasive Message

    Mrs. Ella Adams 1111 Greenwich Street Columbus, OH 43224 Dear Mrs. Adams, Do you want to feel SAFE and SECURE? Here at It’s Jesus Alarms Ltd, we have over 12 years of experience. We appreciate that the safety and security of your premises are vital to your business operations. The upheaval of a break-in, the loss of computer data, and the theft of stock are just some of the alarming issues you’ll be faced with if you’re broken into. Unlike other companies, we don’t simply sell burglar

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  • Message

    MAMA’S MESSAGE TITLE: FEW QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU SAY “I DO” Welcome to Mama’s corner. In this edition we shall be looking at salient, important and vital question that must be asked before saying “I do”. Mark 10:6-8 (NIV) “At the beginning of creation God made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and they two will become one flesh”. Question 1 Why am I getting married? After salvation, walking down the aisle is probably

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages University of Phoenix Chris Blauvelt Message Analysis For this message analysis I chose to use correspondences sent between my UoPX Advisor’s and myself. The first message chosen was related to the financial status of my university account, followed by two messages concerning academic affairs information. Any of the messages I have received that were school related were always presented professionally, were written direct, getting to the point of the correspondence. Also

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  • Persuasive

    solution is the one you can best support with thoughtful analysis, logical arguments, and substantiating evidence from your research or your own experience. Your goal in analyzing a case is to provide an effective solution to the situation outlined and to support that solution with solid and persuasive evidence. Overview Analyzing a case study can take several forms, and you should check with your instructor on the specific approach or point of view that he or she recommends. For example, you might

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  • Perausive Message

    Persuasive Message Anthony Comeaux Comm/470 Communicating In the Virtual Workplace July 12, 2013 William Curci Persuasive Message When creating a persuasive message the writer must plan the message first, know what the purpose of the message, and be very clear to the audience. According to University of Phoenix “Writing Persuasively on Paper and in Electronic Formats” A persuasive message can be in the form of a letter, an e-mail, a memo, a proposal, an advertisement, or a presentation

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Paper Introduction Communication is a process involving the encoding and decoding of messages being sent and received by a source and receiver, respectively. Messages are sent through various channels, such as face-to-face interaction, electronic mail, teleconference, or telephone. Depending upon the channel used to communicate a message, it may allow for the communication to be transactional or unilateral. All of this occurs within a

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  • Sample Persuasive Message Paper

    e-tailing. The communications medium in which each behavior occurs. The demonstration of how each medium enables e-commerce. Analyze each behavior using the communication process. The analysis will include descriptions of the purpose, sender, receiver, message, environment, technology, noise, and feedback. Web store environment is a behavior inherent e-tailing. According to Prasad & Aryasri (2009), Retail store environment plays a dominant role in influencing consumer behavior. In terms of e-tailing

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Running Head: ANALYZING MESSAGES Analyzing Messages Jonell Benson COMM/470 September 27, 2010 Susan Corliss Analyzing Messages The ability to compose, send and receive a message requires awareness and communication by both the sender and receiver. The sender should be aware of the tone of the message that is being composed and rather or not the point of the message is made. The receiver should be open to feedback both positive and negative, and be able to determine the difference between

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Perspective Karim Sabbagh David Tusa Mohamad Mourad Amr Goussous Telecom in the Middle East The Competitive Mandate After the Downturn Contact Information Beirut Mohamad Mourad Principal +961-1-985-655 Dubai Karim Sabbagh Partner +971-4-390-0260 David Tusa Principal +971-4-390-0260 Amr Goussous Senior Associate +971-4-390-0260 Booz & Company EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In 2010, as the recession begins

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  • Persuasive Messages Paper

    Sample Persuasive Message University of Phoenix COMM470 Persuasive Message The product I selected to illustrate regarding persuasive messages and e-commerce is a well known cleaning product named the “Swivel Sweeper”. The Swivel Sweeper is mostly sold through the internet and television infomercials that state facts and claims about the sweeper product. I have focused on the internet form of infomercial rather than the televised commercial. I have modeled the sample persuasive message from

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages Michael Thomas Com 295 July 29, 2014 Linda Kroner Dear Boss, From: I have a new product that I can’t wait for you to see. It is the new prototype for everything that involves music from now until decades upon decades of time. This new item will be called an iPod. You can store over thousands of hours of music in this device. There are capital resources I

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  • Persuasive

    Persuasive Memo To: Michael Sachse From: Maya Staniucha Subject: Upgrading our Inventory System software Our inventory system has been an issue for several years, it seems to affect our job and puts a damper on our sales. I would like to bring to your attention that our warehouse runs on the same software as the inventory and we had to face some issues with the system we have today. Because of the computer system we have we could not account for all the inventory that is available on daily

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  • Persuasive Message

    Persuasive Message- U-Verse Services Name COM 295 Business Communications August 28, 2014 Want a TV services that is worth your money? Want a TV service that doesn’t go out when the wind blows? How about a fast internet service, that is actually fast? At&t U-Verse services give you that and more! A home phone service that allows you to automatically allow call to be forwarded to a number of your choice during network outage! That’s awesome! AT&T has been around and

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  • Analyzing Messages Paper

    Analyzing Messages In this paper, there will be discussion based on three business-related messages that have been sent or received in my organization. We will start to analyze these messages using the communication process. The analysis derived from these messages will include the following: descriptions of the purpose, sender, receiver, message, environment, technology, noise, and feedback; Explanations of whether the message and technology were appropriate given the environment and purpose

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  • Persuasive

    Jessica James Instructor: Mr. Beall SPCH 1200 N01-Persuasive Speech April 29th, 2014 HORSE SLAUGHTERHOUSES TO STAY Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to fight for the re-opening of horse slaughter houses. Central Idea: The cost to properly care for a horse, the importance of horse slaughter houses, and what we can do to help. INTRODUCTION I. You’re driving past a lot that has no grass, no water, and three starving horses just standing there. And you wonder why people

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  • Routine Messages

    Instructor: Christopher Henderson Course: Managerial Communication (Management 540) Section: 002 Date: January 2, 2014 Routine Messages 1. Inquiry Letter 2. Instruction E-Mail or Memo: New Process for Purchase Requests 3. Claim Refusal Letter 4. Request Refusal Letter 5. Persuasive Favor/Action Request: Borrowing Suits for Interviews 6. Sales Message: Adapting From Low Context to High Context Culture Insurance Corporation of Afghanistan 44 Ansari Square, ICA Building, Shahre

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  • Persuasive Message-Product

    Persuasive Message - Product Gloria Gutierrez-Anaya Com/295 October 20, 2014 Luis Cova The Beginning An icon of American culture for nearly 100 years; you all know what I am talking about the Girl Scout Cookie. From the beginning to the current it has gained popularity, from the cookie itself to the styling box they come in. Cookie Box The cookie box has gained so much popularity that in the 2000s Girl Scouts had a mission to design the new bold and bright cookies

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Employer, I have a new product that you must try! It is a prototype for all music and will be called an iPod! You can store thousands of songs on this device. There are capital resources that I need to complete this and to put out on the market. We will need companies such as Samsung and Toshiba to create a touch screen. We will also get in touch with electronics to create the memory needed as well as other minor parts. I chose this product because millions of individuals (with a wide range of ages)

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  • Persuasive Message

    Public Relations Plan Date: January 25, 2015 To: Bertrand Green, CEO From: Lisa Harris, Director of Public Relations Subject: Public Relations Plan In regards to Easy be Green’s director of research and his opinions about environmental issues along with how people in the community are becoming less interested in the proposals offered causing a decrease in sales. The ideas of the director may not be the main factor for the decrease in sales, but it could possibly be a contribution

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  • Persuasive

    Stefan Monsouir Eng. 106 / ERAU 17 MAY 2014 Persuasive Essay Rough Reality television today is destroying generation after generation of young people. You cannot turn on the television without seeing some type of drama in the form of fighting, someone finding out that their three year romantic online relationship was a lie, or even sixteen year old girls who got knocked up and think they have it all figured out until the reality sets in. The largest fan base for reality television is children

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  • Analyzing Messages: Co-Workers Communication

    Analyzing Messages: Co-Workers Communication Comm/470 6/14/2011 Abstract Analyzing Messages is the analyzation of business related messages and the overview of the communication process between the author and his co-workers through the means of “text messaging” a communicative technology using ones cellular phone to relate a message to another person or multiple people. Throughout the course of the analysis three business related messages will be reviewed. Following those three business

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  • Persuasive

    Persuasive Speech Ideas These penguins are persuading their friends to take a dip in the cool water... but you can persuade our class on any of the following ideas or come up with one of your own. Remember these are broad topics so make sure you narrow your area and choose your side so that you can properly defend your position. Also I NEVER censor speech topics HOWEVER keep in mind I want the ideas fresh, some topics are very OVER DONE - for example: "smoking is bad for you" - no

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  • Persuasive Paper

    Persuasive Message Paper Glenn C. Chan University of Phoenix COMM 470 July 5, 2011 E-commerce or Electronic Commerce known from some has become a part of our everyday lives. As the growth of World Wide Web grew, more and more businesses have gone live on the web. This growth has provided consumers with many retail choices to make the lives easier for the online community. Although it makes things easier for online consumers, companies that have chosen to be an online retailer realize

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Using the “Basic Communications Model” provided by University of Phoenix, students can analyze personal or professional communications they receive. “Every communication, whether it is real-time, such as with a face-to-face meeting or a telephone conversation, or asynchronous, as with email or fax” involves the same basic components (University of Phoenix). This paper will show how this model applies three such messages, received via email in two different virtual environments

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  • Analyzing Persuasive Arguments

    something is worth believing. In the next section, we consider three approaches that can help improve critical thinking. Accordingly, we will discuss weighing the evidence, identifying bias and slanted writing, and identifying fallacies in regards to analyzing arguments. Weighing evidence Our decisions to accept a proposition is usually dependent on how we evaluate the source of the information (Halpern, 2014). When the premises have credible sources or familiar sources, people are more likely to accept

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  • Analying Message

    Analyzing Message Maximino Ruiz University of Phoenix Analyzing Message   The tools, environment, and messages sent and received vary greatly in business. For an organization to have what they consider as quality communication practices, technology and mission objectives must be clear and effective. No one could imagine a sales representative for an organization to be efficient if that individual still used a pager as a communication

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 Dwight Fryer University of Phoenix August 10, 2015 Dawn McDowell Analyzing Messages The skills of being able to write, receive, and send a message requires communication as well as awareness by the sender and receiver. The sender should always be aware of the tone of the message they are writing and if the point of the message is made clear. The receiver should be open to feedback, which is either negative or positive; they should also be able to distinguish

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  • Sample Message

    Sample Persuasive Message COMM/470 Sample Persuasive Message The Internet has created many choices for consumers to shop within the privacy of their own home. The world of e-tailing has many competitors, striving to make a sale each and every time a consumer visits their website. In order to persuade the consumer to purchase a product, a business must effectively communicate the message about their product to the consumer. The primary purpose of a persuasive message is to have the receiver

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Mes Com/295 6/14/2015 Persuasive Messages Dear Boss, I have developed an idea that I believe will be of the utmost importance to you. As the Vice President of the area’s best commercial cleaning company, this idea that I have developed will not only be the most innovative product on the market, it will be a product that we can incorporate into our daily work as a company. I am excited to share this development with you and hope that you will be as well. My idea is an extended

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  • Analyzing the Message

    Jennifer Boice Charles Dold ENG-0900-83053 30 October, 2010 Work/Career Essay-Radiologists Salaries Radiology is a field of medicine that uses medical imaging techniques to assess patient conditions and administer treatment. To become a radiologist, one must complete a great deal of schooling, but the job rewards, both personal and financial, may be well worth it. Radiology techs are not only high in demand in most communities, but also highly paid relative to other allied health

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  • Persuasive Message

    Persuasive Messages Christina Morgan Com 295 September 21, 2015 Edward Dempsey Persuasive Messages Dear Sir., The creative production team has come up a design for a new car. Now that the design of muscle cars is coming back we want to introduce a new muscle car that is a combination of all the classics such as the; 1964 ½ Mustang Mach 1, 1979 Grand Torino GT, Cobra 428, 1968 Shelby Mustang, and the 1971 Mustang Boss 351. Each of these provided a unique design on their own with similar motor

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  • Persuasive Message

    Persuasive Message Contained in the following is an analysis of how to use and write electronic-commerce messages and messages on paper, to communicate directly, indirectly and how to write persuasive messages. Many occupations require you to persuade others to buy-in, participate, support, or sell an idea or product. The receiver of the message must view you as creditable and respect your ideas. Electronic Commerce Electronic commerce (e commerce) is synonymous to electronic trailing (e tailing)

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 November 30, 2015 John Osborne Analyzing Messages The communication process for sending and receiving messages is simple, yet intricate. In separating and deciphering the various components of communication between different parties, this process aids in the betterment of the effectiveness and understanding of the various messages that are exchanged between these parties. What Are the Components of the Communication Process? There are six main components

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  • Com 295 Week 4 Persuasive Messages

    COM 295 WEEK 4 PERSUASIVE MESSAGES To purchase this visit following link: Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM COM 295 WEEK 4 PERSUASIVE MESSAGES COM 295 Week 4 Persuasive Messages Pick a product to write a persuasive message about. Gain instructor approval of your product. Sell the product to the end consumer and your employer. Part I Write a message to persuade your boss to approve capital resources for the

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  • Persuasive Message

    Part 1 Dear Boss, The message that I am writing is to persuade my boss to approve the capital resources for an existent product. I am writing to my boss through email because that is how everyone is communicating presently and both of us will be able to keep a copy of my proposal. The channel of communication I would use would be to send an email to my boss. This would allow me to highlight the product as well as detail the benefits of using this product over existing products. I would also list

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  • Persuasive Message

    Date: Jan 14, 2016 To: CEO - Easy to Be Green Subject: Request to Offer a Deal to Employees to Bur Hybrid Cars Having done thorough research, Easy to Be Green (EBG) Director of research has seen that there have been drop in sales because of not providing satisfactory service to the clients. As a result our company has decided to provide eco-friendly services to our client. I have seen that there are companies offering a deal to employees to buy hybrid cars. There are lots of

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages Stephani Thurman COM/295 December 14, 2015 Dr. Ivonne Bates   Part I The Product: Incentives Lead to Growth A resurgence of the economy has brought old competition back into the Capital Finance arena, making new client retention harder to come by. To increase our profits and gain new clients to our portfolio, I have a vision of launching a client referral program. An incentive to our existing clients to refer their business vendors and customers will aid us in gaining

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Appendix A Select three business-related messages you have sent or received. Sources for the messages can include: (a) correspondence you have initiated or received with a company or business on a personal or business related topic; (b) samples letters from a reference source; or (c) correspondence you have sent or received within your organization or with an outside organization/ person on a business topic. Please submit paper to Assignments folder

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Randy Koval COMM/470 April 19, 2016 Rosalind Raby Analyzing Messages When analyzing messages, the Basic Communications Model is the starting point for analyzing the communications process in terms of the intent of the sender, the needs of the receiver, and the elements of the communications environment. This paper will analyze three business related messages that one has sent or received and analyze these messages using the communication process. This analysis will include

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages Part I LaVincenae Reid COM/295 April 11, 2016 John Quesnel Persuasive Messages It’s Monday morning, 8:45 a.m., you are scheduled to sign in at work at 9:30. It is a horrible vehicle accident on the interstate that hinders you from getting to work any faster. There is no point in going an alternate route, it will only take you longer to reach your destination. The monkey wrench in the situation is you have your 3-year-old daughter in the back seat

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Jeffrey Richardson COMM/470 November 22nd, 2011 Mr. Michael Zervos Analyzing Messages In today’s technological based world, communicating is a very important part of our daily lives. Whether it is a phone call, text, email or even a voicemail, the ways people or companies communicate is what makes our country run on a daily basis. Effective communication, either virtual or natural, is an integral part of our daily lives. As an employee for a major satellite network (Dish

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Sample Persuasive Messages Jim Watson January 16, 2012 Comm/470 Professor Greta Zeimetz E-Commerce has become a part of our everyday way of shopping. Shopping via the internet is available through many companies, as well as enables the customer to save time and effort. Online shopping is also more convenient than going to the company’s store to shop. Electronic retailers understand this has become a competitive environment. These companies must not only find innovative ways to grow their

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  • Persuasive Message

    Eva Beeks Assignment 3.2 ENG 315 February 22, 2012 Dear Elizabeth, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and to welcome you to RSS, LLC. My name is Eva Beeks and I am a relocation specialist. My goal is to provide you with all the necessary tools needed to make the best decision for your shipment. We have successfully completed many shipment to the London area with efficiency and satisfaction. I will be customizing a relocation package to fit your individual needs

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COM/470 Communicating in the Virtual Workplace April 30, 2010 Recently, I receive an email from one of managers for one of my small businesses about insuring our vehicles. The sender of the email forwarded me information about the company Allstate rates to insure the vehicles. I preferred that we stay with Geico, however the sender disagreed with my choice. We collaborated through the several emails; however we did not achieve much until I sent an email on discussing

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  • Analyzing Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages COMM/470 Persuasive Messages The growth of e-commerce (EC) has changed the way we communicate and the way the world works. Online retailing – e-tailing – is one such EC derivative that has seen tremendous growth as increasing numbers of consumers migrate to the internet to do their shopping. E-tailing presents unique challenges and opportunities for sellers as they vie for consumer dollars in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Among these challenges is the

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 June 11, 2012 Jose Lepervanche Analyzing Messages With the modernization of communication, there are different dialogues in which people can compose messages. These dialogues have certain components that show the importance of the message and try to communicate that importance in an effective way. The wording, sending, and receiving of a message affects the comprehension, and the direct response to the message. This analysis will examine three messages and provide

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  • Persuasive Message

    To: ENG 155 Students Name: From: Professor Hedges Subject: Persuasive Message Due Date: The purpose of this assignment is to gain experience constructing a persuasive message. You have several choices regarding the type of document you will complete. You may choose from the following writing prompts, which are located at the end of Chapter 10: -an email to Starbucks regarding Wi-Fi internet, exercise #2, pg. 306 -an email making the case for social media, exercise #3, pg. 306

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  • Sublimial Messages

    The media as a whole has many hidden messages or ideas that the entertainment world wants to get across. The media uses subliminal messages through radio, television, and advertisement. “A subliminal message is a signal in the form of a picture or sound that is designed to pass the normal limits of perception,” which means when people receive images or ideas consciously they also receive it subconsciously in their mind (Subliminal Messages in Movies and Media). There have been many controversial

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