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Maxix Magazine Essay Examples

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How to Win Women: An Analysis of an Article from Maxix Magazine
Matthew Eizenga 349-72-5161 Human Sexuality 9:35 T-TH Win over any woman is a rulebook for scoring with woman. And it was definitely written from a male perspective. It teaches men to always work a room in tandems; that is when you and your friend(s) are inseparable or put on a show that you are. Also, Maxix Magazine...
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Different Interesting Things You Can Read and See on Cosmopolitan Magazine
Cosmopolitan In todays world, we have magazines for all different areas. We have Playboy, Hunting and Fishing, Highlights, Sports Illustrated, Better Homes and Gardens and many other magazines for many different types of people. We have all these different magazines because there are a vast variety of people and opinion...
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An Introduction to the Analysis of a Magazine
Men and women half-naked in some magazine articles. Words in ads such as easy as one, two, three, and it is tradition is some technique of advertising. Advertisers use subliminal messages to sell the product and give the illusion that if you buy their product then this will happen to you. Keeping that in mind, advertising h...
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A Comparative Analysis of Three Sportbike Advertisements
"Which bike is best for me?" That is the question most motorcycle buyers would ask themselves. I have chosen three separate sportbike advertisements and analyzed their differences. Most motorcycle advertisements show and tell why the product should be bought. The advertisers portray the sportbikes in a unique styl...
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A Critique of the Contents of the Teen Magazine
TEEN Magazine Lately I have been reading the teen magazines YM and Seventeen and I've noticed one thing; they really annoy me. I feel like they are just for preps and the trendoid freaks. Well what about the other groups? The gangsters, punks, skaters, bikers, or whatever. They should really give recognition to the...
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A Commentary on the Book Win Over Any Woman and Human Sexuality
Matthew Eizenga 349-72-5161 Human Sexuality 9:35 T-TH “Win over any woman” is a rulebook for scoring with woman. And it was definitely written from a male perspective. It teaches men to always work a room in tandems; that is when you and your friend(s) are inseparable or put on a show that you are. Also, Maxix Magazine...
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An Analysis of Newsweek and Time's Articles Regarding the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant Accident
I was recently looking over two articles over the Ginna nuclear-power plant accident in different magazines. The first being Time, whose article in the week of February 8th, 1982 was titled "Springing a Radioactive Leak." In the same week authors, William D. Marbach, Susan Argrest, John Carey and Mary Lord, from N...
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Comparing and Contrasting the Internet to Print
Comparing and Contrasting the Internet to Print The differences between the Internet and Print Journalism are clear immediately upon glancing at either of the two. However, to truly understand the differences you must study each carefully. I will briefly explore the differences between Newsweek and it's printed counter...
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An Analysis of the Success of MAD Magazine
MAD Magazine is a counter culture publication that was founded in the
1960's by William M. Gaines. The magazine satirizes everything from popular
television and entertainment, to important political issues and government
leaders. Despite the fact that MAD contains no advertisements, it has flourished
for more than three dec...
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An Analysis of the Magazines and the Magazine Covers
You see them every day on newspaper stands, in the supermarket, and they are even delivered right to your home; they are magazines. Loaded with information, magazines cover a variety of topics. One of the most famous topics that magazines cover is women and men issues. It was very interesting too compare two of these magazi...
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An Analysis of Canada One Magazine a Free Online Magazine
CanadaOne Magazine: The free online magazine for small businesses in Canada, with hundreds of articles, business profiles and reviews. CanadaOne home buttonCanadaOne magazine buttonCanadaOne tools buttonCanadaOne directory button ask-an-expertCanadian business eventstech tipsreviewssoho newsarchivesadvertisefeedbackabout...
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An Analysis of the Article Literary Magazine by Johnson
In 1757 it does not appear that he published any thing, except some of those articles in the Literary Magazine, which have been mentioned. That magazine, after Johnson ceased to write in it, gradually declined, though the popular epithet of Antigallican was added to it; and in July 1758 it expired. He probably prepared a pa...
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An Analysis of a Hypothesis in Ageism in Playboy
Ageism in Playboy Definitions: 1) Content analysis is the process of picking apart and closely observing a subject matter. 2) Ageism is the discrimination of people based on their age. Hypothesis: That I will find no women over the age 30 pictured in an issue of Playboy Magazine. In this paper I plan to prove that th...
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An Introduction to the MAD Magazine Founded by William M. Gaines
MAD Magazine: Its Success MAD Magazine is a counter culture publication that was founded in the 1960's by William M. Gaines. The magazine satirizes everything from popular television and entertainment, to important political issues and government leaders. Despite the fact that MAD contains no advertisements, it has...
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An Analysis of the Time Magazine Review of Tartuffe by Moliere Written by T.E. Kalem in 1977
The review I chose for the performance before 1980 is from Time
Magazine. The production took place on October 10th, 1977 at Manhattan's
Circle in the Square Theatre. The review is written by T. E. Kalem. He starts his review by giving a brief history of Moliere, the
author of the play, whom he calls the "master of t...
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Media: My Main Source of Information
Most people have a form of media they use to gather information. Whether it is skimming over the internet at work or reading the newspaper during breakfast it is considered a form of media. My sources for media are magazines. I read the Entertainment weekly and Time magazine. Both magazines are owned by Time Warner Company...
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An Analysis of Judy Brady's Article I Want a Wife
Judy Brady is the author of ``I Want a Wife.'' This paper was originally
written for a women's conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of
women's suffrage and was later published in Ms. Magazine (Trail). The
piece revolves around the idea that she feels oppressed and is stuck
under a stereotype of being a wife. In addit...
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An Analysis of the Advertisements in In Style Magazine
Advertisement plays an essential and important role in any business growth. The advertising industry is a form of communication for marketing and its main goal is the consumption of their products or services through branding. Now a days we see advertisements everywhere we go. Whether we see an ad on TV, a magazine, interne...
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A Description of National Geographic Magazine
Inside National Geographic Each day 2.4 billion Internet users view multiple of over 650 million websites on the World Wide Web statistics state. Each website and its pages viewed each day is over flowing with details beginning deep within its code and ending beyond the eye. The abundant detail is what keeps Internet user...
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Three Main Functions of a Magazine According to Gloria Steinem
According to "Sex, Lies and Advertising/Insertion Orders" written by Gloria Steinem, a founding editor of "Ms." in 1972 and consulting editor, there was three "main functions" of a magazine. She explains, "The main function was to create a desire for products, teach how to use products, and make products a crucial part of g...
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An Application to Become an Assistant Editor for Dance Magazine
As a dance artist and a storyteller. I’m interest in the position of assistant editor of Dance Magazine. Recall dancing in the ballet studio in Taipei when I was a teenager. I was eager to know everything about dancing. But we don’t have much resource since dancing wasn’t popular in my hometown. Fortunately, My ballet te...
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The Life Style of a Magazine
In this modern age world of society magazines, newspaper, television commercials and the internet play a huge part in the advertising of products especially in dangerous and addicting products that are legal to advertise as weight loss products diet pills and tobacco companies for cigarettes are some of the major product ad...
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A Paper on Culture as Nature
346 / CULTURE AS NATURE Rauschtubcrg's view ~'f his landscape of media was both aff'ectionate and ironic. He likecl cxcavating wllole histories within an image histories of the media themselves. A pcrfcct cxamplc is the red patch at the bottom right corner of Retroactive I (plate 229), It is a silkscreen enlargement of'...
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Analysis of Firebugs in the Firehouse, an Article in Time Magazine
Reading Report Firebugs in the Firehouse Time July 8, 2002 Main Idea: What is it about fire and flames that persuade these firefighters to start fires when they are the ones that should be controlling them? 1. We are all humans and have a different monopoly on fires. 2. For all the damage firefigh...
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An Analysis of Foods That Protect You from Stroke, an Article from Woman's World Magazine by Caitlin Castro
The article I choose was from Woman's World magazine. Caitlin Castro writes it. The title of the article is "Foods that protect you from stroke." The article states there are two good reasons for women to change their eating habits to prevent a stroke, or at least lower their chances of having one. The reasons are...
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