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At the same time treatment 3 cm ovarian cyst buy actonel 35 mg otc, an open and public struggle treatment 100 blocked carotid artery purchase actonel with a mastercard, as can occur with state initiatives and referenda medicine valley high school cheap actonel 35mg on line, by ordinary citizens and organizations such as health groups with fewer political resources often can make the political process more competitive. General Role of Media in State Initiatives and Referenda Support can be mobilized through framing (a way to define a problem and suggest a solution17) a message for or against state initiatives and referenda, such as those for tobacco tax increases. As some scholars have argued, the side that can purchase more media exposure in key markets can significantly influence the outcome of these elections. To b a c c o I n d u s t r y M e d i a E f f o r t s sentiment for or against the measure and to determine if particular media arguments should be changed to sway key groups of voters. The remainder of this chapter analyzes this conflict between health advocates and the tobacco industry over causal stories to frame the debate about state tobacco initiatives and referenda from 1988 to 2006. Methods this section examines the general success of the tobacco industry in all state tobacco initiatives and referenda, descriptively analyzing and tallying which state direct votes were in favor of tobacco control and which favored the tobacco industry from 1988 to 2006. It also provides specific and detailed analyses of how the tobacco industry mobilized against initiatives and referenda that solely raised tobacco taxes on statewide ballots during the same period. These initiatives and referenda occurred in 16 states, with Arizona (8), California (5), Oregon (5), Montana (4), and Oklahoma (3) accounting for 25 (60%) of the 42 campaigns. Measures dealing only with tobacco taxes represented 20 (48%) of the 42 state tobacco control initiatives and referenda held from 1988 to 2006 (table 14. This large number of tobacco tax measures provides sufficient experience to document how the tobacco industry used media to mobilize voters in initiatives and referenda promoting tobacco control or weakening tobacco control. Eight initiatives 584 (19%) proposed limits on smoking in worksites and public places, two referenda (4. In addition to examining general trends, this chapter provides in-depth discussions of some state initiatives and referenda from earlier and later portions of this 18-year period. These discussions demonstrate the consistency of the arguments generated in the context of state campaigns on increasing tobacco taxes. Two of the earliest case examples presented are tobacco tax increase initiatives in 1988 in California (Proposition 99) and in 1992 in Massachusetts (Question 1). These cases are contrasted with five later state tobacco tax initiatives and referenda to understand if the tobacco industry changed its media themes over time. The three direct votes in 2004 were two initiatives in Colorado (Amendment 35) and Montana (Initiative 149) and one referendum in Oklahoma (State Question 713). In 2006, direct tobacco tax votes in which media were used took place in California (Proposition 86) and Missouri (Amendment 3). In 2006, the industry did not run a statewide media campaign in South Dakota (e-mail communication from Jennifer Staley, American Cancer Society in South Dakota to M. All known media spots were examined, analyzed, and coded by summarizing the type of media used and the major theme(s) used in each media spot. All media advertisements were analyzed and themes were identified on the basis of careful examination by Michael Givel. These themes then were analyzed, as a whole, to determine if the tobacco industry had a consistent general argument or causal story against tobacco tax increases. State, rather than local, initiatives and referenda were examined because of the broader impact of these measures on all citizens of a state. This chapter treats each state and each advertisement as equivalent for the purposes of ascertaining and comparing the degree to which a theme appears in the campaign advertisements. The chapter does not review whether certain advertisements were shown repeatedly in highly visible venues (and thus viewed by large audiences). Clearly, tobacco control advocates have been quite successful when it comes to statewide tobacco-related initiatives and referenda that have bypassed state legislatures. Voters in states that allow initiatives and referenda voted to enact 28 tobacco control initiatives and referenda and to defeat 4 protobacco initiatives. To b a c c o I n d u s t r y M e d i a E f f o r t s radio and television advertisements in 1988 (table 14. However, the combined effect of the increase in tobacco prices due to the tax and the antitobacco program associated with Proposition 99 has led to a significant decline in mortality from heart and lung diseases in California. State By State Anti-Proposition 99 advertisement themes Health research funding would be diverted to promoters of proposition and unfair tax Health research funding would be diverted to promoters of proposition and unfair tax Health research funding would be diverted to promoters of proposition Funding would be diverted to doctors and medical industry who promote the proposition Would divert millions of dollars to doctors and medical industry and unfair tax Would increase crime and smuggling 586 Monograph 19.

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In another definition, task satisfaction is defined as the situation that arises from the difference between the thought of what is being deserved and what is derived from the working environment as a result of the task that the individual has created. Therefore, in the situations in which the working individual cannot derive what he believes to have deserved, task dissatisfaction emerges. The positive attitude of the personnel with which he is satisfied with his professional life makes up task satisfaction (Parsak, 2010: 43). Nerkar and his colleagues separated task satisfaction and its aspects into three dimensions given below as based on the psychological, sociological and economic theories: 1. Egocentric satisfaction Accordingly, it may be stated that the opinions of Nerkar and his colleagues relation to task satisfaction reflect the positive reactions that arise from fulfillment of the task responsibilities by the person in a way to support the organizational targets (Nerkar, 1996: 169-170). Whereas, according to Herzberg and his colleagues (1959: 52-55), instrumental satisfaction that is like the motivation factors describes the progress. In the context of this opinion, the ethical climate and task satisfaction constituted by one personnel at the time of performing his task in order to prevent lack of performance are directly proportional. It indicates the ways to tackle with the ethical climates that arise as a result of the task responsibilities of a person as well as the daily interactions with the persons around and outside the workplace. If the individuals sense a disharmony in the organizational environments, they get immediately affected by this situation and go through a change in attitude in the negative direction which reduces task satisfaction and which increases the tension among their colleagues. When satisfaction reduces as a result of disharmony, individuals become more motivated to reduce the presence of disharmony by way of doing one of the three things given below: 1. To develop additional cognitions that is helpful to minimize the differences in the thinking processes. When we make a general assessment on the relationship between the ethical climate and task satisfaction, it comes to the forefront as a generally acceptable fact that the organizations cannot obtain an optimum efficiency unless they cover the expectations of the personnel and satisfy their needs. Accordingly, it becomes evident that 201 task satisfaction is an important concept for the organizations of our age. The root causes for the reason why task satisfaction that any personnel possesses at the time of performing his task are crucial for the organizations that are personnel-focused may be defined as below: If any personnel who cannot attain task satisfaction becomes unhappy and restless at the time of performing his task, he may become an incompatible individual psychologically, physiologically and sociologically. Therefore, some negative signs may appear with the personnel such as alienation, disinterest towards work, willingness to leave work, continual dissatisfaction about the organization, possessing an anxiety for the future professionally and despair (Toplu 1998: 32). The study conducted by Tsai and Huang in 2008 included that when the ethical climate policies and rules were helpful in minimizing the cognitive disharmony of the individuals, the satisfaction of the individual relating to his colleagues, superiors, wages and general work was on the increase (Tsai and Huang, 2008: 570). When we assess the relation between the street level bureaucrats and task satisfaction, this appears as interesting for both the academicians and the implementers. Personnel with a high rate of task satisfaction provide the property and services of the government to people more effectively, concernedly and meticulously than dissatisfied personnel. As has been summarized before, the official decision models indicate that sanctions, supervision, incentives, education and convincing are tools that are equally effective in shaping the street level behaviour however the personnel are subject to threats and microadministration once again as pragmatically. The street level bureaucrats as a group are subject to pressures and demands from both upward and downward with them having the quality of a state worker class as strengthened. In this context, they possess the opportunity to diminish their task or replace their interests by those of public as a routine. The majority of the present literature as relating to the street level bureaucrats is on the fact that they are the defenders of the domination of the personal interests as for the government personnel. The street level bureaucrats accept that satisfaction in professional life is inevitable and they make use of it to minimize their work load, to 203 facilitate their task and to prefer the public interests rather than the personal interests in general in order to provide personnel satisfaction. In this context, as a part of the general assessment, it becomes evident that there is a directly proportional relation between both the impact of the organizational ethical climate and the actions of the street level bureaucrats and task satisfaction. After talking about the personal traits of the participants of the survey, the data that was obtained will be indicated in tables and then will be interpreted as such.

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They may have been designed to achieve one or more of the following goals: (1) to get noticed in a "noisy" marketing environment; (2) to engage the viewer in attempting to discern the meaning of the ad; (3) to affirm the intelligence of the viewer who solves the riddle of the ad; (4) to evoke humor; (5) to elicit feelings of eroticism, violence, or death; and (6) to influence smoking behavior and attitudes toward smoking while navigating through or around the provisions of the Cigarette Code. To be successful, an advertisement must break through the cluttered sensory environment in modern society to get noticed. The average consumer is exposed to about 2 million brand messages each year across all media channels. Unusual or bizarre images in advertising are more likely than is traditional imagery to capture the attention of a reader perusing a magazine or a person walking or driving by a billboard. A related objective is that atypical advertising is more likely to garner publicity or "buzz" (see chapter 4 for a discussion of "viral" marketing). Another likely purpose of surreal advertisements is to engage the viewer in attempting to discern their meaning. Academic research finds that such advertisements not only attract attention Surreal advertisement to link the color red with the red Marlboro chevron 71 3. Key Principles of Promotion and Rationales for Regulation but also engage consumers in more thought. If viewers spend more time pondering the meaning of an advert, if they make more of an investment in interpreting it. Clever advertising driven by puns on intrinsic properties-the box, the brand name-made for clever, memorable brands; brands with an assurance that made the older cigarette advertising approaches look decidedly klutzy. A third purpose of these advertisements may be to have viewers feel good about themselves for having figured out the meaning of an advertisement or an advertising campaign. Viewers who experience a sense of accomplishment after solving the riddle of an ad132 are likely to have more favorable views toward the product being advertised (and toward the manufacturer of the product). During a discussion of the semiotics of a Silk Cut ad in the novel Nice Work,136 the female protagonist maintained that the ad "appeals to both sensual and sadistic impulses. Many of the Silk Cut advertisements, as noted above, feature scissors, knives, and other cutting instruments, including saws, axes, and meat cleavers. The M&C Saatchi creative executive asserted that, the primary motivating factor in my culture, in my advertising culture, is an attempt to get humour into the advertisement. The Role of the Media Sexual imagery used in surreal advertisements for Silk Cut cigarettes (above and right) a scene with an undercurrent of violence. In one, a woman is holding garden shears, seemingly upset that her husband is talking with the buxom woman next door (who is hanging her purple undergarments on a clothes line). In the other, a man is working on a newspaper crossword puzzle and ignoring his food at the dinner table, while his wife is gripping a knife in a menacing way. McIntosh argues that the imagery suggesting sexual violence and death is tapping into "rape fantasy" and what Sigmund Freud called the "death instinct. Langan135 commented as follows: Silk Cut has managed to allude to sensual and sexual desire, thus demonstrating one way in which [an] advertiser can attempt to covertly allude to qualities, or suggest reasons for buying their product which, because of the strict laws in the case of cigarette advertisements, they are not able to do overtly. Any brand communication that achieves this level of sophistication is a brand-building victory. Such a campaign could integrate its message across channels, even conquering those channels in which advertising is restricted, as is the case with tobacco and other products.

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