Kane Howard, York College
After invasive ads became popular, so did ad-blocking services.
Tiffany Singh, University of Central Florida
Retailers utilize decorations, music and discount promotions to boost customers’ Yuletide feelings while also getting them to buy plenty of gifts.
Esha Shah, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Swift’s re-recording of one of her most popular albums has taken the world by storm — and big companies are not excluded.
Alicia Furlan, University of Pittsburgh
We’re used to seeing them on social media and our initial reaction is often disgust. But what happens when we really scrutinize our hesitations?
Mirella Gonzales, Texas Tech University
These products aren’t as harmless as influencers make them seem.
Abby Webb, Rice University
The proliferation of quirky company Twitter accounts just goes to show that nothing is sacred when it comes to commercialism and advertising.
Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
Research shows that English critics were right to condemn the ‘NYT’ headline—suggestive words heavily influence the thoughts of readers.
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