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The Effects of Media Campaigns on Different Cultures

Authors: B. Al-Jenaibi

Abstract:

The paper examines the Most public relations spots and advertisements dealing with drugs. For this reason, public service advertisements show Americans in activities with drugs and alcohol. The way that the advertisements are produced, viewers from the Middle East say these ads are not for them. They recognize the ads as strictly for Americans trying to overcome their problems with drugs and alcohol. Also, this paper explores the development of the advertisements which are ineffective in other cultures like the Islamic because the limited scope of the message does not have a major effect on the Islamic beliefs and practices.

Keywords: Arab media campaign, Middle easy Advertisements, Islamic culture and American campaigns.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1076856

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