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Picture this You are in your living room watching your favorite television program which is just getting to reach the climax of the plot but suddenly it goes to commercial and you are then presented with an advertisement displaying happy attractive people relaxing on a beach with the words come here to get away from it all playing in the background with catchy rhythmic music You think nothing much of the commercial you are seeing and once it is over you forget most of it but as it turns out you did not truly forget Throughout the next day at your job you seem to be humming the commercials tune You then notice what you are humming and then you become aware Next thing you know you are remembering the relaxing beach but what now comes to you is a feeling of jealousy Why is that It is because you are jealous at what you can be experiencing Publicity is always about the future buyer It offers him in image of himself made glamorous by the product or opportunity it is trying to sell The image then makes him envious of himself as he might be Berger 132Afterwards you ask how these emotions came about It is simply due to the commercial seen previously even though at first it seemed to have caused no effect but why were you even feeling anything for it in the first place It is because advertisements employ techniques that dig into natural impulses in an unnoticed effort but still they stimulate the imagination by way of either memory or expectation Berger 129 This as stated before is the way jealousy was derived from and it is also where perception is altered Indeed the questions previously said are valid to ask but unknown to you is that these questions and their answers were already made known by another party in order to make us of their ability to influence in
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