Prentice-Hall, 1976 - 234 páginas
Examines and illustrates the widespread use of subliminal imagery and suggestion in all the mass media and the long-term effects of subliminal techniques on the public
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Everyone marveled at Tommy's seemingly supernatural ability to make his own
images, to define his own illusions and realities, and to make his inner hidden
reality match in appearance the exposed outer illusion. Tommy became a gospel
Perhaps strangely, the album reflected despair, hopelessness, and the futility and
hypocrisy of modern life's illusions. To the unitiated parent, however, the record
appeared gay, light, and even humorous. Minor portions were perceived by the ...
In summary, the final song, "A Day in the Life," questioned whether man could
live without his illusions. A Literature for the Young Heady stuff for teen-agers?
Jon Eisen in The Age of Rock compared Sergeant Pepper with T. S. Eliot's ...
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Don your tin-foil hats, we're delving into the world of subliminal advertising. "Sex" on a Ritz cracker and penises in the ice cubes of magazine ads. The three stars is strictly for the entertainment value of the book, not the validity of its claims. Hilarious! Leer comentario completo
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