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Personification in Advertising: media literacy

Delbaere, McQuarrie, and Phillips recently argued for the benefits of using personification in advertising. They write that: “This rhetorical device is powerful because it taps into the deeply embedded human cognitive bias referred to as anthropomorphism – the tendency to … Continue reading

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