Some of the advertisements have a mental and physical impact on teenagers viewing television. According to a study by Pediatrics, 2011 Children and adolescents view 40,000 advertisements per year on TV alone. Television advertising viewing plays an influential role than their parents mentioning the need for products, discussing about the purchase of various products, deciding what should be purchased and what should not, and finally buying products because advertising plays an important role in the family decision making process, and advertisers try to influence the child which in turn influences the whole family to buy a particular product or service. Every age group has a different way to influence their parents and buy a specific product or service. Children below 12 years would convince their parents to buy a product for them, whereas some teenagers i.e.13-19 would buy a product by saving for
Legalizing marijuana is giving an idea to the youth and adults that it is fine and safe to do it when it is not. We know that Teens will do more of Marijuana which will not allow them to focus in school, it will be an addiction to many which can cause serious health problems in the near future, and it increases the rate of impaired driving. Why put ourselves at risk and hurt our loved
Despite what have been arranged, one thing is for sure; liquor will be a part of many youngsters’ weekend plans. There are various numbers of advertisements promoting alcohol in the media that could contribute to this issue. According to an interview, some teenagers drink because their friends would like them more as they act differently under intoxication. However, the dangers of binge drinking can outweigh the benefits of it. Adolescents who start drinking at an early age have an extended possibility of creating liquor dependency.
According to health promotion board survey, social influence is one of the main factors in a youth 's uptake of smoking. Media and entertainment industry do have a certain influence creating the perception smoking is a harmless way of reliving stress. Besides creating the perception that smoking is a harmless way of relieving stress, the media and celebrities have an impact on the way teenager think. For example, based on an article from The Strait Times, “vaping” is the act of smoking e-cigarette which have become an official word as many celebrities are doing it and the attention it gained from the media. The editorial director Judy Pearsall said “Vaping has gone mainstream," with usage doubling in 2014 compared to 2013.
Teens sometimes may feel pressured to do something they know is wrong, such as smoking, drinking, doing drugs, or stealing, or something they don’t want to do such as having sex. Statistically, according to The Canadian Lung Association, "my friends smoke" and "I thought it was cool" are two of the main reasons those between the ages of 12 and 17 start smoking (Zeiger, 2017). The Canadian Lung Association also pointed out that 70 percent of teens who smoke have friends who smoke because of peer pressure, and two-thirds of 10th graders and two-fifths of 8th graders have tried alcohol and smoking influenced by their friends (Zeiger, 2017). The data from the internet is astonishing; the majority of students who have been in the survey were somehow affected by peer pressure that led them into a bad degenerate way in doing bad things. Thus, from both the professional analysis and the statistics, peer pressure’s negative impacts on teen’s try of wrong things really have to be considered
Flashy pictures, bright colors, and bold messages all work together to create the eye-catching advertisements that companies use in order to lure customers to buy their products. In this day and age, ads surround Americans almost everywhere they go. Because companies want to persuade people as effectively as they can to buy their products, they continually look for new ways to advertise their goods. Over the years, advertisers have learned that children hold a strong sway over the spending of their parents’ money. In Made You Look, a book about how advertisements work, the author, Shari Graydon, mentions, “Some marketers estimate that kids have a say in close to $300 billion worth of their parents’ spending” (18).
Teens become their own news or if teens want to just tweet about anything such as something that happened in school anyone that has twitter and follows this teen will know what teen said/tweeted instantly if they are on using. Which is crazy because it 's almost like teens can 't do anything now in silence.This is not a concern though but a idea and observation. The real reason twitter is a ideal example of a teen impacter is mainly it is used by teens and celebrities. This combination is leading the teens of today to believe in the words/ tweets of the celebrities of the world. So when Kanye West tweets about “ how you might be talented, but you aren 't as talented as Kanye West.” It gives off the stigma that it 's okay to go on to social media and boast but not everyone will take Kanye West serious.
Youth are influence their consumption by what media tells them what is right or trendy. Thus, the investigate shows the when the popular culture bring emotions or match experiences to youth, youth are tend to buy those products. Moreover, there is approval that youth can easily influence their consumption by a delicate package, such as an eye catching shop window and pretty CD covers. Hence, if the products shown in everywhere such as the many shop broadcast the same song, youth would influence to have the intention to
It will help the youth understand why their fellow teenagers smoke and what makes it hard for them to quit. It may help lessen the number of cases of minors’ usage of tobacco, and spread awareness. Moreover, it portrays addiction in its most honest form, and will help people understand how addiction works, so that more methods of rehabilitation may be introduced in the future. E. Scope and Limitations The study is limited only to students of De la Salle University – Dasmarinas Senior High School Department and involves, specifically, those who smoke tobacco under 18 years old. The study took place inside the said campus and the interviews were conducted personally and through text and online messages.
As a wide range of products and services are consumed or used by children, many companies tend to target them. (Chandok,2005) 4. According to traditional hierarchy of effects models, advertising affect of advertising exposure leads to brand cognition and cognition about the ad, which then leads to the attitude towards the ad and the brand until their purchase intent ((Buttle, 1998)). Advertisers target teenagers because of their high disposable income, their influence of parental purchases, their early establishment of loyalty to certain brands and a conventional wisdom that they buy products on impulse (Fox 1996). 5.