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Andrew Schutte Monica Robison ENG 104 Annotated Bibliography February 21, 2011

Annotated Bibliography Gabrielli, Silvia, and Brajnik Giorgio. "A Review of Online Advertising Effects on the User Experience." International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 26.10 (2010): 971-997. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/search/ advanced?hid=107&sid=58a8179c-99e2-45b5-abb664a7a4c34eb4%40sessionmgr111&vid=1>. This journal entry primarily focuses on the one-on-one interaction between the media advertisements and the user. The authors provide plenty of examples to help support their theories as to how advertising is so successful via internet. Both Gabrielli and Brajnik thoroughly explain the pros and cons of advertising products over the internet and give several statistics to help support their theories overall. The article further explains the relevance of advertising altogether and how it relates to U.S. consumers to date. All in all, this entry was very specific and informational in giving a better standpoint of media advertising. Hastings, Gerard, et al. "Alcohol Marketing and Young People's Drinking: A Review of the Research." Journal of Public Health Policy 26.3 (2005): 296-311. Abstract. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/search/ advanced?hid=107&sid=58a8179c-99e2-45b5-abb664a7a4c34eb4%40sessionmgr111&vid=1>. This article shifts its focus on the effects of advertising for alcohol and tobacco products as a whole. At first the authorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s generalize the topic by including all consumers. They question whether the advertising of these products lead to the use and abuse of alcohol and tobacco products. However, they begin relating the very issue to whether it influences teenagers to purchase, use, and abuse these products as well. Hastings also provides several examples to help define his topic overall in this article and bases these ideas off a lot of generalizations.

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Andrew Schutte Monica Robison ENG 104 Annotated Bibliography February 21, 2011

Kinard, Brian R., and Cynthia Webster. "The Effects of Advertising, Social Influences, and Self-Efficacy on Adolescent Tobacco Use and Alcohol Consumption." Journal of Consumer Affairs 44.1 (2010): 24-43. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ ehost/search/advanced?hid=107&sid=58a8179c-99e2-45b5-abb664a7a4c34eb4%40sessionmgr111&vid=1>. The last article spotlights the effects of advertising in social influences. Like Hastings, Kinard and Webster explain how the advertising of alcohol and tobacco products can lead to destructive decisions for teenagers. They give real-life situations in which accidents have occurred that were alcohol and tobacco-related to give their topic a sense of seriousness. They also give suggestions to help prevent the overall issue of adolescent alcohol and tobacco use. This article provided many statistics, including related deaths and injuries, which highlighted their standpoint well, also.

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