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A comparison of the magazine articles by John Pilger and Tony Parsons analysing the way they appeal to different audiences and the effect of the language on behaviour and opinion A comparison of the magazine articles by John Pilger and Tony Parsons analysing the way they appeal to different audiences and the effect of the language on behaviour and opinion John Pilgers article The Man With No Name appeared in the New Statesmen in June 1991 The magazine is left wing and aimed at the middle and upper classes of society I believe that Pilgers article is suited for reader of a higher intellect and is perfect for the New Statesmen The magazine promotes its ideas in such a way that one tends to think that it is reliable source of information Tony Parsons article Beggars Of Britain appeared in Arena in October 1991 The magazine is aimed at young people probably in their teens or twenties I believe that Parsons article is suitable for my own age group which is of the age fifteen to twenty years old The magazine itself is glossy and full of text and pictures that blend in It would have been helpful if the articles provided were in there original form Graphics are generally very useful for promoting a idea in addition to the written language Arena may well provide graphics but since I have not seen a original copy and nor is there one in my local newsagents I am unable to discuss the articles fully The New Statesmen does not have the style of graphics that is present in Arena It is considered as a more formal magazine and depends much less on sensation compared with Arena Text for some is difficult to analyse whereas if it is accompanies with illustrations it sets the tone of the article Language with gimmicks is fine for all but new statesmen generally promote more
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