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Do we notice how we are being manipulated? Sociological research

Why these stickers are familiar: “We do not sell cigarettes to people under the age of 18. Is this the Law?

This is also the same clever marketing ploy. Firstly, to draw attention to tobacco, and secondly to inspire young people that tobacco is a sign of adulthood, so that they are drawn to it, and so on. And in fact, they are selling.

One of the examples of hidden programming of adolescent consciousness is advertising in stores: “After 18”, “At 18 years old, confirm.” These are all ways of manipulating alcohol producers.

Alcohol companies have come up with a cunning way to manipulate the minds of young people. Teach teenagers that alcohol is a sign of adulthood. And pay attention, all these stickers: “Under 18”, “At 18 years old, confirm” – are distributed by the alcohol companies themselves.

Here’s what’s written about these stickers on the website of one of the largest international brewing companies:

“It should be noted that the use of this mark is not provided for by federal law. This step is an initiative of the companies themselves. For our holding, the “After 18” campaign is a logical continuation of its social policy aimed at promoting responsible beer consumption ”.

But for example, it is forbidden to sell and consume alcohol under the age of 18. So alcohol is a sign of adults. So after 18 it is allowed, well, then let’s strive young man, strive to quickly join this adult life.

So they draw them into drinking alcohol, make them think: “I drink – then I am an adult.”

They attract you with a sign so that you buy. Both.

Yes?

Of course.

Children are drawn to everything forbidden. So that they try it. And then, when they get used to it, they will no longer be able to quit.

Well then, I have a lot of questions, why is this done?

Question: Tell me, please, are you familiar with these or similar stickers?

Answer: Yes, especially this one.

Question: Tell me, have you seen such or similar stickers?

Answer: Of course. Yes.

Answer: Oh sure.

Answer: Yes, of course we did.

Answer: Yes.

Answer: Yes.

Answer: Yes, we are.

Answer: Oh sure.

Answer: We saw.

Question: Are you familiar with these or similar stickers?

Answer: Oh sure.

Answer: Yes, we are.

Answer: Yes, of course we are.

Answer: Yes, we are.

Answer: Yes, we are.

Answer: Yes. In stores, exactly.

Question: Do you know such or similar stickers?

Answer: Of course. I see them everywhere.

Question: Who do you think is distributing them?

Answer: Ministry of Health.

Answer: Probably the State.

Answer: Well, probably those who do not smoke.

Answer: Probably those who are fighting for a healthy lifestyle.

Answer: Well I do not know. People who are against smoking.

Answer: Activists.

Answer: I think the legislation.

Answer: Kind people, I guess.

Answer: Probably some kind of non-profit organization. As it often happens.

Answer: The state, probably. To avoid selling cigarettes and alcoholic beverages to minors.

Answer: I do not know. Did not think about it.

Answer: Health care can be.

Answer: Those who strive for a healthy lifestyle.

Question: Who do you think is distributing this?

Answer: Most likely legislation.

Answer: I think there are some special services that are most likely responsible for this.

Question: And if I tell you that this is hidden advertising, what do you say?

Answer: Well, here you, of course, surprised me.

Question: Could it be hidden advertising?

Answer: No. I don’t think so.

Answer: Hiden advertisment?

Answer: Hiden advertisment? I do not think.

Answer: No. Well, what kind of advertising is this, what are they advertising here?

Question: And if I tell you that they are distributed by tobacco-alcoholic companies producers?

Answer: For what?

Answer: I won’t believe it.



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