Terri Hall: Her Story Makes A Difference. By: Kaylie Dismon. Background Information. Terrie Hall is a spokesperson for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. She started smoking when she was only in high school. Frequently, she would light up at least two packs of cigarettes a day.
By: Kaylie Dismon
Font Size and Color: The font is placed at the bottom of the image because it holds less importance than the subject, herself. It’s written in white and is slightly smaller , where it won’t draw as much attention.
Detail: The company places Terri as the main focus because more viewers play attention to her because of her unique physical appearance. If another person was placed in the image, it wouldn’t have as great of effect. Viewers are curious and want to know more about her.
The image is directed towards current smokers and possible teenage smokers. She is trying to warn others about the possible effects of continued tobacco use. She wants them to understand the consequences and what she has had to face.
(emotional appeal) in the image?
The emotional appeal makes the viewer feel sorrow and forces them to realize the possible effects of tobacco usage. Her physical appearance draws in more of an audience because she is not considered a “social norm.” The viewer feels empathy and places themselves into her shoes, as a smoker who had to receive a tracheotomy.
(ethical appeal) in the image?
The ethical appeal is that the picture originated from the Center for Disease Prevention and Control. It is part of the Former Smoker Campaign.
(logical appeal) in the image?
The logical appeal interpreted is not to smoke tobacco or participate in tobacco-related activities. Human nature makes us not want to endure the consequences of what others [Terri] has had to face because of decisions that could have been easily avoided based on personal decisions.