1) Pepsi: Propaganda techniques: Emotional Appeal, Glittering Generalities I like this ad because it is very funny and interesting. The target audience is young people. The commercial first suggested that if you had musical talent you were eligible for something as “great” as pepsi. By the end when the girl said “No, pepsi for all,” it set a feeling that pepsi was great for everybody. The mood and tone the ad wants to represent is power and richness. Everyone in the commercial is dressed in extravagant olden-times clothing. The colors are mainly dark, rich colors like black a purple which represent power, elegance . . . . . .
When I first saw “Kony 2012″ all over Facebook I was kind of curious of what it was all about. I saw different opinions on it; most people were for it, but there were also people against it. Some people who were against it said that it was fake, while others were saying this isn’t the first time something like this has happened in Africa, so why should we care now? Well no matter the opinion, in a matter of just 12 hours it was all there was on Facebook. I didn’t have time to watch that night but I . . . . . .