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Cultural Imprinting

Cultural Imprinting

Cultural imprinting is the mechanism whereby an ad, rather than trying to change our minds individually, instead changes the landscape of cultural meanings — which in turn changes how we are perceived by others when we use a product. 

What a product "says" about you is only important insofar as other people will notice your use of it.  


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