Alcohol Assignment: Life Orientation Grade 11. By Jonathan Krok-11N. Task 1: How is alcohol indirectly portrayed in each advert? Alcohol is indirectly portrayed in the adverts in a way which shows only the bad consequences of alcohol consumption which is over your limit. The advert shows the girl and the boy acting ridiculously drunk while getting ready for their night out, when leaving their homes they looked like a mess as they had a torn top,vomit on themselves and messy hair.
Life Orientation: Alcohol Assignment Done by: Natasha Yosopov Grade: 11R Task 1: Advert Answers: 1. Alcohol is indirectly portrayed in each advert through action (common associations with alcohol) and words (writing that appears on screen). There are certain acts and ways of behaving that people associate with drinking and being drunk that are clearly portrayed in each advert. In both adverts this is shown by having the actors rip their clothes as when a person gets drunk the usually end up with ripped clothes. In Binge drinking girl alcohol is portrayed due to her vomiting and getting it all over her hair.
For years, any type of substance abuse problem has been labelled a moral failing - that the addict is weak, lacks self-will and is a bad person. In the present day, a greater number of people are beginning to see addiction as a disease - that addiction is terminal and incurable, but can be arrested, treated and abstinence maintained. The disease is obsessive and compulsive in nature, leading to addicts obsessively and compulsively seeking drugs and other substances or experiences which will aid them in avoiding unwanted feelings. Why do addicts use drugs? Addicts are usually incapable of processing and expressing their feelings in a healthy way.
We make ourselves look presentable, respectable and beautiful before we leave, and we come home looking terrible if we are drunk. The advert asks us an important question, why would we want to make ourselves look like that in the first place? The advert is effective as we are looking at alcohol from a different perspective to other alcohol adverts and we are disgusted by what goes on, thus making us less temped to binge drink and make a fool out of
It has many negative impacts on the body such as: headache, weakness, and nausea. In addition, monosodium glutamate makes people not able to sleep at night because of its direct effect on the human mind. One more thing, monosodium glutamate also has many effects on children. It changes the children behavior, it causes speech difficult and diarrhea. Minton (2009) notes that researches conducted by sciences to study the relation between the obesity and MSG.
People who suffer from social anxiety, and depression, abuse drugs in attempts to diminish feelings of distress. Stress plays a huge role in drug use. Continuous drug use can make pleasurable activities become less pleasurable and taking the drugs becomes obligatory for the user to feel "normal." Addiction can ruin your health. Addiction is also a disease, and it affects your mind, body, and spirit.
It can affect a consumer negatively by; the impossible/desired self – when the actual differs from the ideal and therefore creating disillusion and dissatisfaction in the mind of the consumer. When it comes to alcohol consumption, the negative impact is what generally stimulates the consumer to buy alcohol. Alcohol is generally consumed when the consumer is in a bad place and wants to make himself feel better. With the impact of the impossible self, the consumer will go to a mental place that creates the need for him to consume alcohol, in order to try to reduce this impact. By consuming alcohol the affects of the impossible self would not have been removed, but just for that time the alcohol would be in his/her system.
These three things pollute the air in one way or another. If I had to choose which one I had to get rid of it would be the newspapers first, water bottles second, and commercials last. I would get rid of water bottles because they are the worst thing to drink out of. They are really annoying and since the trend of flipping them has happened it has been even more annoying. when the someone try's to drink out of it, it makes a even bigger noise when they grab it, so it distracts everyone.
They may mistakenly think that those who use drugs can simply stop it anytime. In reality, drug addiction is a disease, and quitting usually takes time. Drugs change the brain in ways that make quitting hard, even for those who want to. Being a teenager might be somewhat confusing and a bit challenging, which make them fall into many dangers stuff and drugs is one of them. One of the things that people use drugs is when a person is offered to try drugs or when a person is around people using drugs and sees there is nothing wrong with using drugs.
Life Orientation Alcohol Assignment Task 1: Advert 1. Alcohol is indirectly portrayed through mans and woman's behaviour and appearance. Alcohol is portrayed in the advert of the woman through her torn top, smeared makeup, the vomit in her hair and through the broken heel of her shoes. Alcohol is portrayed in the man’s advert through his broken watch, torn top and pants, urine on his shoes and his bloody nose. 2.