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Advertising is everywhere Its seen from television commercials to billboards on the highway the side of a bus to a t-shirt with the logo of a business I found two images online that represent different angles of vision on the subject of marijuana Through the use of rhetorical analysis these images can be compared and contrasted to help gain a better understanding of what the ads are really trying to tell their audience how they are telling it to them and which side is more effectiveThese ads both appeal to a targeted audience The first ad appeals to parents of teenagers who are on the roads Parents constantly worry intoxicated driving is just another thing for parents to worry about The second appeals to teenagers and young adults They ad reaches out to them by focusing on the economy and using a popular actor James Franco We hear a lot about the issue of whether or not to legalize marijuana in America It is currently illegal and some people would like to keep it that way In the first ad we can see a car accident has occurred The ad says The most common illegal drug in fatally injured drivers is marijuana Still think its harmless We can clearly see from this angle of vision that the ad is against marijuana Notice that this ad focuses only on negatives and not even one positive way to prevent the legalization of marijuana This is less effective than including a positive way to prevent the use of marijuana For example it could say If marijuana illegalization laws are more firm more lives can be saved from intoxicated driving accidents The second ad is for the legalization of marijuana We see a picture of a popular actor James Franco pretending to smoke marijuana The use of a He openly admits to smoking marijuana and claims that there is nothing wrong with it The ad says Marijuana didnt ruin
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