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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This culture has a strong incest taboo and a homosexual fear tradition whose
roots go far back into its history . American mothers stop touching their sons , and
fathers stop touching their daughters much earlier in America than in most parts
The parents ' unconscious fears are projected on their children ' s behavior .
Children so conditioned , of course , will condition their children , who in turn
when they become parents , will condition . . . . Repressed sexual fear , much like
Perhaps the strongest verbally definable emotion tirggered by the bee buzzing is
fear or fright — a near panicfilled desire to run , flee , and escape from the threat .
Carl Jung ' s theory of archetypes suggests that this sound — as the emotional ...
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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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