This Cartoon is an example of cum hoc fallacy. In Math a negative multiplied by a negative make a positive , so the boy is wondering why two wrongs do not make a right. There is a misinterpretation . He is trying to apply abstrat mathematical facts to real life experiences.
This commercial uses ethos by being iconoclast. For once a beauty product commercial is being absolutely honest with us. It is asking people, women essentially to free themselves from the idea of beauty society is trying to impose them. It is telling women everywhere that it is ridiculous to try to look like the girls on the cover of magazines, simply because in reality those girls don’t look like that.
'Break the Habit' aims to draw attention to the epidemic of childhood obesity in Australia. The commercial takes a controversial view on the subject of paren...
Hawa Cissokho's insight:
This commercial uses analogy to show that feeding junk food to small children is as harmful as drugging them. The consequences on their health and on their future lives are equally disastrous. The noise the child makes when coloring gives a tragic touch.The dark scenery, the child’s face, the mother’s attitude make me very nervous.
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