Advertising and The End of The World

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Kimberly

It is dated in terms of the examples but absolutely prescient in terms of the theory, analysis and conclusions.

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Sean

The stage is set for tremendous calamity if we don't act now. Sut Jhally makes a powerful case against the ubiquitous dominance and manipulation by the Advertising Industry of western industrial society. I liked how the video breaks down step by step the origin of the industry in ...Read more

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Anonymous

Great video, I wish more people could think like that.

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kendra.hodgson

It is crazy how much consumerism is impacting the environment.

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