And here are some examples of campaigns that try to help people stop smoking.
The following campaign is called "I Bet you can Quit," for the American Cancer Society; it is a campaign that targets the friends of the smokers instead of the smokers themselves based on the following idea: if peer pressure makes people start smoking, it can also help them quit smoking. Thus, if many people started smoking because of peer pressure, their friends could also make them quit. This is the video which shows how the campaign works:
Some anti-smoking campaigns are really hard, especially those which show how smoking can damage your body. Click here to know what I mean.
- do you think anti-smoking campaigns really work?
- which one of those shown in this post is the most useful, from your point of view? why?
- if you were in my place, would you have shown the videos that explicitly show to what extent some bodies are damaged by smoking? why (not)?
- what is the best anti-smoking campaign you have ever seen -not only here, but in magazines, newspapers, television...? why have you chosen it?
- what do you think about the idea of smoke-free cities?