Research Paper On Native Advertising

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  • The History of California Native Americans Prior to 1900

    Five pages and 3 sources used. This paper provides an overview of the presence of Native Americans in California and their status prior to 1900. This paper follows the history of Native Americans in California and the decline of Native Americans over the course of a century. This paper uses the historical text created by McWilliams to consider the transformation of the Native American culture.

  • The Destruction of Native Culture in Australia

    The treatment of native Australians by non-native Australians includes periods of extreme ethnocentric bias. The writer explores the ways in which the non-native Australians of undertaken cultural genocide by seeking to influence the native culture. The paper focuses on the policies during the protection and the assimilation periods, and discussing the way both periods undermined local culture. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography of this eight page paper.

  • The Impact of DNA Testing on Racial/Ethnic Classifications A View of the Native American

    10 pages and 10 sources. This paper provides an overview of the use of DNA testing to maintain racial/ethnic classifications, including the Native American classification. This paper defines some prevalent issues, including the significant role that DNA testing may play in classifying individuals as Native Americans in order to participate in the benefits of Native American tribal status. This paper also relates the general view of the use of DNA testing for racial/ethnic classification.

  • Ogilvy on Advertising by David Ogilvy

    In nine pages this advertising text including the author's recommendation of what represents 'good' advertising based upon nearly 50 years of experience in the advertising profession is analyzed. There are no other sources listed.

  • Individual Autonomy and Advertising

    In five pages this report considers if individual autonomy is subverted through advertising by exploring the points made by Richard L. Lippke in 'Advertising and Social Autonomy' and that while manipulation may not occur choices are often either restrained or overpowered through the power of advertising. There is one source cited in the bibliography.

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