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Advertisement Analysis - Wendy's
An analysis of Wendy's television commercial for its new hamburger, the "Spicy Baconator."
# 111748 | 1,105 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2009 | US

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This paper offers an analysis of Wendy's advertisement for its latest hamburger offering, the "Spicy Baconator". The paper summarizes and describes the television commercial and discusses Wendy's corporate slogan: "It is way better than fast food". The author analyzes Wendy's choice of promoting the Baconator in view of the recent criticism that the fast food industry has come under fire recently for unhealthy food and lifestyles and discusses the terms of the associations created by the people, objects and context of the advertisement.

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • "Wendy's." Official Website. TV commercials. (accessed 19 Apr 2008).

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