---- We can hardly avoid commercial advertising designed to influence us. interestingly, most people consider that they are less likely to be influenced than others by advertisements. This has been called "the third person effect". For example, if we see an ordinary product being advertised by using attractive models in an unusual setting, we suppose that we (and those like us) are wiser than others to the tricks of the advertising industry. In reality, we are just as susceptible.
A) Advertising can easily change the market conditions.
B) We cannot keep away from the influences of our friends.
C) People are not oblivious to the persuasion attempts of advertising.
D) Education programmes help young people avoid such tricky commercials.
E) It is generally accepted that people like attractive products.