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Photo Essay

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Lindsay Tohana

on 22 October 2014

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Transcript of Photo Essay

Social media and the brands or companies that are promoted on these sites are constantly influencing teens
As a result of viral videos YouTube plays a large part in the lives of teens
Various types of branding and media are found around every corner
The radio is another example of audio/live media that contains commercials that influence teens
Different types of media and branding consume our lives
These New York City screens promote multiple companies, whether they are clothing stores or even Broadway shows
Teens are constantly wearing, seeing and being influenced by various brands
The many vehicles that have print media displayed on them affect teens
Brands become known in society and effect how teens dress
Music and the music industry influence teens through hidden messages
Teens are constantly bombarded with commercials when watching TV
Branding consumes and affects the lives of teens through many different types of media such as, print, online/digital and audio/live.
Thesis
Photo Essay: Teenage Branding
By Lindsay Tohana
Thank You!
Video games are an example of digital media that affect teens
Relation to No Logo by Naomi Klein
Idea of brand identities people adopt in their lifestyles
Correlation between media and branding
Using many examples of media
Showing commercial takeover
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