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Barış Kaya - TOK Presentation about subliminal messages

Presentation by Barış KAYA.Topics: Usege of subliminal messages in mass media

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on 5 November 2012

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Transcript of Barış Kaya - TOK Presentation about subliminal messages

to what extend the limits of
mass media can be
defined by the applications of ethics
and human sciences? what is a subliminal message? use of subliminal messages in mass media subliminal advertisement subliminal messages in movies vicary movie experiment an ordinary pepsi can is it ethical? they are giving ideas and orders directly to our
brain without our consciousness. that sounds ethical sources: thanks for listening remember? A message displayed for such a short period of time that your mind does not consciously register what it sees or hears.

Instead your mind registers it sub-consciously. mostly used as:
sexual imagery embedded in print and video advertising

film and video commercials containing briefly-flashed messages for purposes like:

leading people to make non intended purchases
planting ideas to brains without consciousness In my opinion; using subliminal messages are strongly unethical unless they are used for medical threatment.

using reasoning I can easily say that they should be banned
they use subliminal stimulus even in shows produced for cildren
they cause impulse buying
they may cause several damages on brain http://subliminalmessagingandyou.yolasite.com/contact-us.php http://ezinearticles.com/?Use-and-Misuse-Of-Subliminal-Messages&id=76268 http://www.artistmike.com/Temp/SubliminalAd-Page3.html http://education.byu.edu/youcandothis/limits_on_media.html http://www.wordofmouthexperiment.com/articles/subliminal-messages/all-about-subliminal-influence http://www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/brainwash.html barıs kaya In 1957 , James Vicary conducted and experiment at a movie theather in New Jersey. CONTROLLING DESIRES When effective, such impact may be positive for the advertisers, though very negative for the consumers who end up spending money on items they do not need. CONTROLLING EMOTIONS According to CBS News, a British study found that your brain is more likely to register words such as "agony," "murder" and "despair," than words with positive emotional associations such as "peace," "flower" and "cheerful." Such an effect may be considered negative because subliminal messages can be used to instill fear or anxiety in viewers or listeners. CONTROLLING YOURSELF Many businesses have been built around creating self-help audio for losing weight, boosting self-esteem, improving memory, stopping smoking and more. Is this a subliminal racist message?
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