American Apparel's Advertising Campaign
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This paper focuses on a particular American Apparel advertisement and discusses the ways in which it has a right to be created, distributed, and marketed within the United States. Even though some people might find the imagery included in the advertisement offensive, the company and its employees have the right to participate in making and circulating such imagery according to the US constitution.
From the Paper:"American Apparel is a clothing company based in Los Angeles, California. Its CEO and President, Dov Charney, founded American Apparel in 1997. American Apparel has become a center of controversy in recent years due to its inconsistent position as a sweatshop-free manufacturer, its confrontations with unionization practices, and its highly sexualized advertisements (Dolan, 2006). Such advertisements will be the focus of this paper. They appear in newspapers, magazines, and billboards around the country and internationally. The imagery displayed in American Apparel's advertisements is generally one variation or another of a..."
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