Subliminal seduction: ad media's manipulation of a not so innocent America

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New American Library, 1973 - Business & Economics - 206 pages
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Citing specific examples from Playboy, Vogue, and Cosmopolitan magazines, Professor Key explains the ways in which the media uses sex and violence to manipulate human action

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User Review  - Honeybadger - Goodreads

Paranoid, poorly researched and supported. OR THAT'S WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO THINK!!! No, really, they only want you to think that because you'd have to be crazy to see that much sexual imagery in ice cubes. Read full review

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User Review  - Zadignose - Goodreads

Total pseudo-scientific bunk, and probably dangerous in that it's persuasive if you approach it without skepticism. It will contribute to your tendency towards paranoia if you have such a tendency ... Read full review


The Mass Medias Illusion of Reality
The Language Within a Language
Perceptual Defenses Hide Meanings in the Service of Subliminal Manipulation

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