“In a double-blind study patients preferred Marinol over smoking marijuana 2-to-1” (Dudley 32). Marinol is a THC pill that works as marijuana does but in a smoke free form. Marinol contains a purer form of THC. The study on marinol v. marijuana shows the purer more effective form of THC is preferred to smoking weed. Despite tests done on marijuana being used for medical purposes, scientists say that smoked marijuana is not necessary for medical purposes based on other forms of treatment, like marinol, out
The fine print goes on to target the public’s sense of reason. The ad states “The rich full flavor and cool mildness of Camel's superb blend of costlier tobacco seems to have the same appeal to the smoking tastes of doctors as to millions of other smokers. If you are a camel smoker this preference among doctors will hardly surprise you. If you’re not--well, try Camel's now”. It appeals to reason by describing the flavor of a Camel cigarette.
Current and potential E-cig users believe the manufacturer’s claims to be the truth because the users are searching for a healthier alternative to tobacco cigarettes. The companies who sell and make these devices are telling the public that it is a way to quit smoking tobacco products, but do not blatantly claim it to be a cessation device. These companies also advertise that there are no secondhand smoke effects, just water vapor. Studies have shown these claims to be seriously questionable. E-cigarette users believe that the vapors from these devices are a healthier alternative to tobacco cigarettes.
It gives a feeling of empathy to the reader, making the writers argument more convincing. All the rhetorical questions asked by Ginsberg are directly related to the thesis statement emphasizing the purpose of his writing helping him portray how he feels regarding the tobacco industry. Ginsberg’s (1997) use of parallel structure has helped his readers understand his cause. He has used a combination of parallel structure and rhetorical questions to best grab the attention of the reader in the following way : Would it be any less crass were I to have said that I was a heart surgeon repairing vessels damaged by cigarettes? Would it have been more acceptable if the pleasure that I took in his smoking being good for by business had related to my work as a tobacco farmer, to my work as a tobacconist, a tobacco company executive, the receiver of revenue benefiting from tobacco tax….. Would it have been more acceptable were I an organizer of a sporting event or an arts festival dependent on tobacco sponsorship?
Adam Lambert, a famous singer, recently did a commercial endorsing a face wash called Proactive. Lambert is telling the audience that this product works and they should buy and use it in order to get rid of their acne. The intended audience are people who suffer from acne and are looking for a face wash to get rid of it. Lambert seems very credible to talk about this product because he informs the audience that used to suffer from severe acne and proactive helped him. He also says that he was embarrassed of his acne and it held him back from being himself and talking to other.
Actress Jenny McCarthy is featured in the commercial of a vapor company and told viewers that “When I switched to blu electronic cigarettes…I felt the freedom to have a cigarette without the guilt” (Ward 2). Electronic cigarette users have started to become accepted in today’s society and more businesses are starting to allow clients to start “smoking” their e-cigs within the facility. Likewise, “Converts want to spread the gospel of vaping, to convince others to give up tar and tobacco in favor of batteries and flavored nicotine” (Ward 1). To put it in another way, the author uses the confidence of other successful converts to encourage others to give up smoking and turn to ‘vaping.’ Ward uses pathos to imply that even though there are some risks, it is better to take a courageous jump than to stand still and accept the dangerous outcomes that are already known when smoking regular cigarettes. In Alyson Ward’s editorial, she sheds light upon the successful people who have given up smoking by looking towards the electronic cigarette.
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"Cocaine isn't everything" written by: Drew Cool clubs are for cool people on cool drugs listening to cool music with their cool friends. Peer pressure and how we appear in society means something to everyone somehow, all everyone wants to do is fit in and with a lot of people trying to be the coolest then doing things the cool people do will help them on their travels. And what I hear you ask do the cool people do? Cocaine. Just as Sprite's advertising campaign claimed, "image is everything" in modern society.
If were brought up around smokers either your parents or guardians smoke then you are more likely to become a smoker as this to you is a normal behaviour. The stimulus in this example is a person’s family smoking this can be detected by sight and smell, the response to this is to becoming a smoker yourself. The strengths of this approach are it is something you can physically see with your eye. You can see if someone’s smoke and all their family do too. It is a scientific approach because there is a cause and effect, the cause is seeing someone smoking the effect is you smoking; this is a positive because when something is said to be scientific more people are likely to believe it and accept the results from it.
Extrinsic influence Extrinsic is doing things for the purpose of external rewards as money, praise from others or awards. This extrinsic for halting from smoking cigarettes could be considered as having a better smile; people would praise you for having clean teeth. If a person desire form obtaining form cigarettes, and they are controlled because of addiction then the effectiveness of the extrinsic motivation will enhance; however, these are bad urges with regard to long term success of smoking because too hard to quit, when stressed is pressuring a person then he or she wants to smoke (Wagner, 1990, pg.