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  • Condom - 5300 Words
    Before the 19th century Whether condoms were used in ancient civilizations is debated by archaeologists and historians.[2]:11 In ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, pregnancy prevention was generally seen as a woman's responsibility, and the only well documented contraception methods were female-controlled devices.[2]:17,23 In Asia before the 15th century, some use of glans condoms (devices covering only the head of the penis) is recorded. Condoms seem to have been used for contraception, and to...
    5,300 Words | 14 Pages
  • Condoms - 3634 Words
    Origin of the name The word condom is probably derived from Latin "condus" meaning receptacle. Another explanation is that the gut condom was invented by the English army doctor Colonel Quondam in around 1645 and that the word is a corruption of his name. We do not know who invented condoms, but we do know that they were in use. There is evidence of this in the writings of Marquis de Sade, Casanova and James Boswell. The latter, a Scottish lawyer and writer, protected himself against sexually...
    3,634 Words | 11 Pages
  • Condom Distribution - 911 Words
    Elliott 1 Jackie Elliott Mrs. Woodall English 9 2 April 2014 Kids and condoms should not be mixed Recently there has been large controversy over whether condoms should be distributed in schools during sex education classes. The side for condom distribution argues that condoms should be distributed because they protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). While the side against condom distribution says that it is immoral and promotes teenage sex. Condom ...
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  • Condoms in Schools - 2906 Words
    Toulmin Schema Initial Enthymeme: Local school districts should start by supporting the passing out of condoms in high schools to prevent the transmission of STD’s because the school board has the responsibility to educate and protect our students on the dangers of STD’s as well as the other imminent dangers they already have procedures in place for. Claim: Local school districts should start by supporting the passing out of condoms in high schools to prevent the transmission of STD’s...
    2,906 Words | 9 Pages
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  • Condom Industry - 886 Words
    http://www.atlanticphilanthropies.org/learning/formal-sex-education-linked-greater-condom-use-among-teen-males http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/country-health-profile/philippines http://www.unescobkk.org/fileadmin/user_upload/esd/documents/workshops/bkk_indicator07/philippines.pdf http://www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/IES/philippines.html#3 Pre-conditions In the 2010 Global AIDS report released by UNAIDS in late November, the Philippines was one of seven nations in the world which...
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  • Condom Essay - 1260 Words
    When would be the right time to advertise condoms and better yet, what channels do these advertisements need to be on? Have you ever been sitting down with your family, including your kids watching a movie on television, while eating dinner and a commercial for condoms comes on, and you end up having to turn the channel to distract the kids? Pleasure seems to override safety which can be misleading. Condom advertisements are becoming very prominent on television, in magazines, and even on the...
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  • Condoms in Schools - 770 Words
    Should Condoms be distributed by Schools? By Amanda Guillermo May 09, 2009 Should condoms be distributed among secondary and high school students? The answer to that very controversial subject is yes. Yes condoms should be distributed among the students in secondary and high schools. The question is controversial due to the main subject it discusses: sex. Some schools today are distributing...
    770 Words | 2 Pages
  • Condom Dispensors - 663 Words
    “Half of the 40,000 of the new HIV infections each year occur to individuals under the age of 25. That means that an average of two young people are infected with HIV every hour of every day.” (2) “In the United States, 45.6 percent of high school students and 79.5 percent of college students ages 18-24 have had sex. The average age at first marriage is 28.6 for men and 26.6 for women.” (3) Knowing these two statistics is important before choosing which side of the fence to belong to. The issue...
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  • Trojan Condoms - 719 Words
    Customer Service Marketing Assignment #1 Customer Service Marketing BUS1340-11W Section 3 Elizabeth Stewart 6144463 2/27/2011 Elizabeth Stewart Part 1 For this assignment I have selected The Church & Dwight Company and their product Trojan condoms. This company has segmented the market for Trojan condoms using many bases of segmentation. Demographics * Males and females * Ages 15-50 Psychographics * Religion * Wants and Needs Geographic * Developing countries...
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  • Condom Manufacturers - 480 Words
    1. The online survey is faster and inexpensive, regardless of sample size; there are no printing, postage, labor, travel or telephone costs. And the answers are more honest than other channels. 2.(1) do you like shopping online? A. Yes B. No (2) Do you know where you can get a condom? A. Yes B. No (3) Which place is your prefer for purchasing the condoms? A. Supermarket B. Vending machine C. Online D. Sex shop E. other place (4) Do you feel embarrassing or strange...
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  • Condoms in Schools - 1106 Words
    Should condoms be distributed among high schools? The answer to that very controversial subject is yes. Yes condoms should be distributed among the students. The question is controversial due to the main subject it discusses: sex. Some schools today are distributing birth control items to promote the thoughts and ideas of safe sex. Many also believe that along with condom distribution, there should be an availability of other methods of birth control, promotion of abstinence, and information for...
    1,106 Words | 3 Pages
  • Condom Industry - 2678 Words
    Market and Growth Forces Worldwide, the condom industry is predicted to experience significant growth in the next 10 years. The number of users is expected to increase by more than 40 percent by 2015, to some 742 million, both from population growth and prevalence of use. The industry holds a lot of promise, not so much in the United States, but primarily in developing countries. An estimated 350 million couples around the world today still do not have access to modern methods of contraception....
    2,678 Words | 12 Pages
  • research on condoms in india - 1924 Words
     Marketing Project -1 (Group 11) Item: Moods Condoms Brand: Moods Type: Dotted Line: Male Condoms Product Class: Contraceptive Product Family: HealthCare Need: Birth Control, Protection from Sexually transmitted diseases. Manufacturer: HLL LifeCare Limited. Motivation Condom is a barrier devices used to prevent pregnancy. It is one of the contraceptive measures which was introduced as a preventive measure to control birth. In addition to this, we live in an age where...
    1,924 Words | 8 Pages
  • “Condoms: the New Diploma”
    “Condoms: The New Diploma” In the after math of the AIDs scare of the late 80’s, school board officials sought to create a health class curriculum that would cover sex education. This was a hot topic in the 90’s and it brought about the questions of sex education and whether it is the schools responsibility or the parents to educate their children. In Rush Limbaugh’s “Condoms: The New Diploma”, from his 1992 book titled The Way Things Ought to Be, Limbaugh claims that condom distribution...
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  • Condoms: Sexual Intercourse and Male Latex Condom
    Condom is a type of birth control (contraceptive) that is worn during intercourse to prevent pregnancy and the spread of some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and HIV. The male condom is a barrier contraceptive made of latex or polyurethane. It’s also made out of animal skin in which it does not protect against the spread of infections, Latex rubber. The condom must be fitted over the erect penis. The male condom is a thin cover that fits over a man's erect...
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  • Analysis of “Condoms: the New Diploma
    Essay: Condoms: The New Diploma (Rush Limbaugh) The logic and motivation behind this country’s mad dash to distribute free condoms in our public schools is ridiculous and misguided. Worse, the message conveyed by mass condom distribution is a disservice and borders on being lethal. Condom distribution sanctions, even encourages, sexual activity, which in teen years tends to be promiscuous and relegates to secondary status the most important lesson to be taught: abstinence. An analysis of the...
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  • Condom Market in the US - 341 Words
    Condom Market in the US 2015-2019 A condom is a barrier method commonly used during sexual intercourse that reduces the chances of pregnancy and the spread of STDs and AIDS. Condoms are also widely recommended for the prevention of STIs. As a method of birth control, male condoms have the advantage of being inexpensive and easy to use. They also have minimal side effects and offer protection against STDs. Condoms are primarily made from latex but some are made from other materials such as PU,...
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  • Thailand Condom Ad - 464 Words
    HIV Prevention through Thailand’s Condom Ad Ini this paper I want to This condom ad is from Thailand and show a man coming to a store and whisper to the casher to buy condom because he’s embarrassed to buy it. Then he look around anxiously and everyone are judging him for buying a condom. But then he realize it’s only on his mind and people are not really care about him buying condom. And at the end of the advertising is the campaign words about not to be ashamed to buy condom because you’re...
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  • Distribution of Condoms in High School
    Essay Type: Persuasive Essay The distribution of condoms in schools can be a very sensitive action. On one hand it can be argued that it encourages teenagers to become more sexually active. On the other hand, a well laid out plan to combat the reality of sex amongst teenagers, by making condoms available in high schools; can help reduce the risks involved; Such a plan should include understanding teenagers, educating them, and coming up with creative ways to reach them on their level....
    859 Words | 3 Pages
  • Birth Control VS Condoms
    Condoms VS Birth Control There’s a long running argument, especially going on today, which is more effective against pregnancy; condoms or birth control? Birth control can be utilized in different forms other than a pill, while condoms are mainly only used for men, but it is said that there are such a thing as “female condoms”. Some couples use both and some use just birth control because “it feels better without a condom”, others use just condoms because birth control can provoke unwanted...
    569 Words | 2 Pages
  • Should condoms be issued in schools
     Should condoms be issued in schools? Is it ethical to market condoms to teenagers? Should we be handing them out in places we send them for education? These are issues we face as a society. Today I argue that condoms should not be issued in schools! The society describe teenagers has naïve, irresponsible, curious, vulnerable not to mention ‘minors’. With most teenagers being sexually active from as low as 11years old, it is not right to promote the issuing of condoms in schools. As a...
    1,343 Words | 4 Pages
  • Global Condom Market - 381 Words
    Global Condom Market 2015-2019 The idea of condoms and their usage is not new. They have been in existence for four centuries. Condoms are widely recommended and used for preventing pregnancy, STDs, and STIs. The APAC region is one of the fastest growing condom markets due to a need to control the population boom in many countries of the region. Efforts are being made by both commercial companies and governmental bodies for education in safe sex and promotion of the correct usage of...
    381 Words | 3 Pages
  • Launch of a Condom Brand in India
     CONTENTS 1. Executive Summary 2. Situation Analysis 2.1. Market Summary Target Markets Our brand ‘G.Love’ focuses on providing premium quality male condoms, to the target group of urban youth (typically in the age group of 18-35) selected to cater to the specific needs of this segment, both in terms of product offerings and delivery, in terms of packaging and channels. The existing players cater to this segment in the traditional ways,...
    4,213 Words | 16 Pages
  • Condom and Reproductive Health - 1819 Words
    INTRODUCTION A version of the RH BILL has been filled and re-filled in congress since 1998. It has been very controversial due to what you believe and stand for. Arguments and debates have been initiated due to this topic. And in what we have gathered the following cause and effect my help in broadening one’s mind about the subject matter. RH BILL is not about abortion, it’s about responsible parenthood. Significance of the Study. Reproductive health bill is an important...
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  • Aids, Condoms and Carnivals - 546 Words
    AIDS, condoms and carnival Durex in Brazil OUTLINE • • • • • • • • • Aids' and condoms history Brazil’s global environment PESTEL SSL activities Export and supply process Marketing mix SWOT analysis Conclusion Recommendations References INTRODUCTION Problem formulation Was it a good idea for Durex to enter the Brazilian condom market? CONDOM MARKET IN BRAZIL SIZE Commercial market: 660 000 000 (6.6 million) Government hand-outs: 1 000 000 000 (1 billion) BRANDS MARKET...
    546 Words | 4 Pages
  • Lab Report condom - 721 Words
    Design: Research question: How does the brand of the lubricant affect the resistance of the condom by measuring the breaking strength? Variables: Dependent: condom durability. Independent: type of lubricant. Control: amount of lubricant, force, cucumber and time. Materials: 1 cucumber. 1 teaspoon of water. 1 teaspoon of Vaseline. 1 teaspoon of KY war. 1 teaspoon of Mennen. 1 teaspoon Capullo cooking oil. Procedure: 1. Use a cucumber of 8 inches. 2. Place the lubricant...
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  • Should Condoms Be distributed in Schools?
    Rush Limbaugh is a well-known man for speaking his mind on his radio show and through interviews. Limbaugh the author of The Way Things Ought To Be, The Way Things Aren’t and The IRS v. the People; he’s also a radio talk show host in Sacramento CA. Limbaugh wrote an article on sex education titled, Should Condoms Be distributed in Schools? While Rush Limbaugh article may be convincing, but when reading his article his argument is not secure. He uses Argument ad Hominem Post Hoc Ergo and...
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  • Case Study: Condoms in Fiji
    Introduction: Marie Stopes International Pacific (MSIP) is a non-profit, non-government organisation working in the area of sexual and reproductive health in Fiji and other Pacific Island nations. Increasing numbers of HIV/AIDS cases, sexually transmitted infections and teenge pregnancies highlighted a lack of knowledge about sexual health and the need for education about condom use within the Fijian community. With a small population of only 900,00 people, HIV/AIDS has the potential to have a...
    1,993 Words | 7 Pages
  • Condoms Marketing for Safer Sex
    CONDOMANIA Marketing Safer Sex REPORT 1: Marketing Background MRK 317 UU Mary Louise Huebner Monday, November 1, 2004 GROUP MEMBERS Botbol, Debbie Ditloff, Nicholas Dominutti, Marisa Fenuta, Sonia Fillion, Alexis Malfa, Michael Nehme, Chantel 036 036 036 033 754 037 070 205 026 031 292 030 024 252 033 033 046 038 037 458 031 1 1. EXTERNAL INFLUENCES A. Objectives and Resources of the Vancouver Health Department Objectives: Condomania’s objectives for campaigns one through six...
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  • Condom Dispenser in Highschool - 586 Words
    Condom Dispensers Acting as nonchalant as their maturity would allow, the four senior boys meandered their way through the busy hallway with only one thought on their minds. Make it to the bathroom without giving away "The Plan." Their quarters quietly played an off~key tune as they bounced around in the boys' pockets. The bathroom door was in sight. Without hesitation, the boys walked in and sauntered straight to the wall with the machine marked TROJAN. They each took out a dollar...
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  • Importance of Wearing a Condom - 322 Words
    Importance of wearing a condom The aim of using a condom is to ensure that there is no contact between the sexual fluids that come from a man’s penis and the sexual fluids, blood or ‘lining’ inside his partner’s body (vagina or anus). Using a condom prevents transmission of sexually transmitted diseases/illnesses (STIs) – from man to woman and from woman to man or from man to man. Using a condom prevents unwanted pregnancy and allows couples to plan when they have children. If used...
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  • Condoms, Std's, & Pregnancy - 812 Words
    During the 1980s, efforts increased to alert the public to the dangers of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and unintended pregnancy, yet these problems have increased. Adolescents and young adults have been especially hard hit. Pregnancy and birth rates among teenagers are at their highest levels in two decades. Research has demonstrated that consistent condom use is an effective way to prevent the transmission of HIV and other STDs and in the...
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  • Condom Market in the Uk - 2078 Words
    THE CONDOM MARKET IN THE UK. “A condom is a barrier device commonly used during sexual intercourse to reduce the probability of pregnancy and spreading sexually transmitted diseases. It is put on a man's erect penis and physically blocks ejaculated semen from entering the body of a sexual partner”. Condoms are therefore medical devices which are used to maintain a good health care. It is in the government’s best interest to subsidise or provide them entirely free so that consumption is not...
    2,078 Words | 6 Pages
  • What Makes Condom Advertisement Useful
    WHAT MAKES CONDOM ADVERTISEMENT USEFUL In our country, Indonesia, the advertisement of condom has been legalized by government. But do you know that actually the advertisement of condom still argued by Indonesian people, whether they agree or disagree, why? Because in Indonesia itself condom still get a lot of negative perception, you can see people’s first reaction when they hear about condom, usually they expression change to be a disgusted face, like it’s something nasty. From my point...
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  • Should Condoms Be Distributed in High Schools
    Teen’s Health Causes Condom Distribution in Public High Schools The average age for the start of puberty is eleven years old. During adolescence, teens undergo changes within their bodies. This is the time where they begin to form their own identity. As a result, it leads to experimentation in a vast number of ways. Dress, personality, and drugs are all types of experimentation that teens go through. The most important is sexuality. Decisions being made by teens today are resulting in...
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  • Distributing Condoms to High School Students
     Distributing Condoms to High School Students Distributing Condoms to High School Students High school students are a group of young and curious individuals. They suffer from the peer pressure of other students and are often judged by their social status. Everyone wants to fit in and most students will do anything to do just that. One of the popular topics of the age group (15-18) is who is sexually involved. Not knowing what is involved with sexual activity can be detrimental...
    1,576 Words | 4 Pages
  • Condoms Verses Birth Control Pills
    Condoms verses Birth Control Pills There is always that question on which is safer, more effective, easier, and which one is more likely going to prevent unwanted pregnancy? There is several different studies out there supporting each one of the methods, and for every one that is supporting there is also one against. Some of the studies can be found at www.HCP-Different-Birth-Control.com, and www.not-the-pill.com. When considering a birth control method you have to look at it from all angles....
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  • Condom Commercials and Their Battle with Mass Media.
    Abstract Within the last decade condom ads on U.S. Television were an unthinkable presence on local and national broadcast stations. But now condoms and other topics once considered "taboo" are beginning to make an appearance in our living rooms. According to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, an organization which follows social trends, a number of leading broadcast networks, as well as cable channels have in recent years quietly become lax on some of the longstanding policies prohibiting...
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  • The Availability of Condoms in Middle and High Schools
    The Availability of Condoms in Middle Schools and High Schools Written by: Teegan Batiz T/Th 12-1:15 Virgina Relph Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs’) are at an all time high in the U.S. (http://www.avert.org/stdstatisticusa.htm ). Every year, 19 million new STD cases are reported. Over half of these cases occur in teenagers’ ages 15 thru 18....
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  • Should Condoms Be Available in High Schools?
    Introduction The issue of sex education has long been a controversial one. The two basic types of sex education in the United States are abstinence-only and comprehensive. While comprehensive education advocates abstinence as the primary defense against unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and HIV/AIDS, it also addresses the inevitability that some adolescents have or will engage in sexual behavior. Twenty-one of the fifty states have school districts which provide...
    2,605 Words | 8 Pages
  • Condoms a New Diploma Critical Analysis
    Critical Analysis In the essay “Condoms: the New Diploma”, by Rush Limbaugh published in his book The Way Things Ought To Be in 1992, Limbaugh talks about how distribution of condoms in schools can lead to teenage promiscuity and encourages sexual activity at an early age. Limbaugh’s use of Reductio ad absurdum counter attacks the opposition’s argument on condom distribution and is effective since it is hard to attack the opposition. Limbaugh attempts to refute his opposition with a...
    906 Words | 3 Pages
  • case 4 5 AIDS Condoms and Carnival 1
    CASE 45 AIDS, Condoms, and Carnival Worldwide, more than 2 million people died of AIDS in 2009, and more than 33 million are estimated to be living with HIV/AIDS. BRAZIL Half a million Brazilians are infected with the virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and millions more are at high risk of contracting the incurable ailment, a federal study reported. The Health Ministry study is Brazil’s first official attempt to seek an estimate of the number of residents infected...
    4,204 Words | 14 Pages
  • Condoms Should Be Distributed in All Schools Across America
    Introduction The distribution of condoms in schools can be a very sensitive action. On one hand it can be argued that it encourages teenagers to become more sexually active. On the other hand, a well laid out plan to combat the reality of sex amongst teenagers, by making condoms available in high schools; can help reduce the risks involved; Such a plan should include understanding teenagers, educating them, and coming up with creative ways to reach them on their level....
    485 Words | 2 Pages
  • The Battle of Birth Control and Condoms in Our School System
    | The Battle Of Birth Control and Condoms In Our School Systems | | Amanda Post 4/28/2013 | Most parents believe that their teenage children are not sexually active; but in fact seventy-five percent of teenagers have had intercourse by the time they turn twenty; only fifteen percent report remaining virgins until the age of twenty-one (FFA, 1). The Guttmacher Institute reported that the United States has the highest level of teen pregnancy among developed nations and those teens...
    1,135 Words | 3 Pages
  • Research Report on Condom Industry in China 2014-2018
    Research Report on Condom Industry in China, 2014-2018 Synopsis As Chinese economy develops, utilization rate of condoms exhibits upward trend due to people's increase concern for reproductive health. Functions of condoms expand from contraception to prevention of STDs and AIDS. Condoms can also improve the quality of people's sex life. In China, condoms belonged to sanitary products before 2002, which led to strict government control, low production capacity and limited market size. From...
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  • Marketing Analysis - Durex - 3440 Words
    word count 2963 Student ID: 0706335 Individual Assessment, IB209 Marketing Analysis 09/10 Erecting a global brand word count 2963 Student ID: 0706335 Contents: 1. Introduction 1. Overview 2. Why Durex? 1. Financial performance 2. Market share 3. Brand strength 4. Speed of international expansion 2. The Marketing Environment 1. The Micronenvironment 1. Threat of substitute products 2. Threat of competitive rivalry 3. Threat of consumer bargaining power 4. Threat of supplier...
    3,440 Words | 10 Pages
  • 2-4 Ethics and Airbus
    Chris Wideman Tuesday 7:00 pm 3/28/2013 AIDS, Condoms, and Carnival Aids, Condoms, and Carnival informs the reader about issues concerning the AIDS Virus throughout the world and goes into specifics about the marketing efforts being used to spread awareness and protection in Brazil and India. About Half a million Brazilians are infected with AIDS and about 63 million are at medium to high risk. The major reason for these high numbers are Brazilians tend to not wear condoms and the men in...
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  • Role of Sex Education - 2191 Words
    | PSYCHOLOGY REPORT | EXPLORE THE ROLE OF SEX EDUCATION AND AIDS INFORMATION IN THE CLASSROOM | | Submitted To Prof. Navin Kumar Submitted By Aayush Guide:Dr.Navin Kumar1 Vellore Institute of Technology University, Vellore April 2013 Abstract The study deals with social outlook towards sex education and AIDS patients. It aims to understand public perception towards the same. The study was carried out in 3 steps. The research outreach...
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  • ITM Assignment Durex 030115
     Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. PESTEL Analysis 2.1. Political Analysis 2.2. Economic Analysis 2.3. Social Analysis 2.4. Technological Analysis 2.5. Environmental Analysis 2.6. Legal Analysis 3. Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis 3.1. Threat of New Entrants 3.2. Threat of Substitutes 3.3. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 3.4. Bargaining Power of Customers 3.5. Competitive Rivalry 4. Four Strategic Recommendations 4.1. Diversification Type 4.2. Diversification Process 4.3....
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  • Safe Sex - 1040 Words
    Proper Prophylactic Prevention 12%-21% of all condom use results in a failure (www.latex.com). This astounding number is very serious and needs to be lowered; the only way to lower these statistics is by proper use. The male condom more commonly known as a rubber has a failure rate of 12% as the female condom has a drastically higher rate of failure at 21%. The failure rate is based on a year of sex, (if the rate is 12/100 it means that 12 out of 100 couples has the contraceptive fail...
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  • Durex Featherlite Market Analysis
    Executive Summary This report provides a detailed analysis of Durex featherlite condoms as a standalone product within the ultrathin condom market. The target market of featherlite condoms is a sexually active male gay or heterosexual orientated individual that are aged between 14 – 40 years old. They must also live in the Australian Area and have been educated in the practise of safe sex, with their buying habits of purchasing ultra thin condoms to improve the sensation of sex. The issues...
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  • Contraception - 1131 Words
    CONTERACEPTION What is contraception? Contraception is the use of various devices, drugs, agents, sexual practices, or surgical procedures to prevent conception or impregnation (pregnancy). History Birth control and infanticide are well documented in Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt Kahun Gynecological Papyrus- one of the earliest documents that explicitly referred to birth control methods in 1850 BCE Plants with contraceptive properties were used in Ancient Greece from the 7th century...
    1,131 Words | 4 Pages
  • How to prevent Teenage Pregnancy
    How to Prevent Teenage Pregnancy Each year the United States is acknowledged for having the highest number of pregnant teens in the industrialized world. We have clueless teenage females of every race having children while they are in high school. Sex is on the minds of so many teenagers that they forget that they are not yet at a stage of having children. Since it is difficult for adolescent girl to resist the temptation of having sex; a while abstinence is the best form of prevention, birth...
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  • Sex Education - 402 Words
    Question 1 Which Taking Sides “Readings” did you select for this assignment? I decided to summarize the “yes” reading from Issue 9. Question 2 Write a one paragraph summary of the Taking Sides reading you selected. Aida Orgocka (2004) states that there is one in five children in the US that live in an immigrant household, and they face a lot of challenges in obtaining information about sexuality. Aida investigated how the interaction between Muslim immigrant mothers and their daughters...
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  • Danger of Free Sex - 557 Words
    THE DANGER OF FREE SEX Free sex, yeah this word is so familiar to hear. Now day, not only an adult man and woman who did a free sex but either did teenagers, in the other words a young man and young woman. Even, most of teens in Europe have ever done it, especially in America because free sex is being such their hobby, a habit to be exact. So what about you? Have you ever done free sex? Once or twice or more may be? If yes, so you’ve made a serious mistake in your life and you will get how...
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  • report in school - 2528 Words
    Why is HIV/AIDS education for young people important? Female students Female students HIV and AIDS education for young people plays a vital role in global efforts to end the AIDS epidemic. In 2012, more than one third of all new HIV infections were among young people aged 15-24 (780,000). While this number is falling, HIV-related deaths have been on the rise among this group. In fact, HIV is now the second most prolific cause of death among young people worldwide. 1 “Young people remain at the...
    2,528 Words | 6 Pages
  • Hll Lifecare Limited: Organizational Study
    ORGANIZATION STUDY OF HLL LIFECARE LIMITED TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No. | Title | Page No. | 1 | Introduction | 7-10 | 2 | Industry Profile | 11- 20 | 3 | Company Profile | 20- 25 | 4 | Department Analysis | 26- 69 | 5 | Competitive Analysis | 70- 74 | 6 | Findings, Suggestions and Conclusion | 75- 77 | 7 | Bibliography | 78 | 8 | Appendix | | 1.1 INTRODUCTION An...
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  • Kaplan - 1567 Words
    Introduction In the condom industry, it cannot be denied that one of the world leading company name “Durex” will always be on the top ranked in almost every competition and survey. The UK based condom company has been manufactory condom for nearly 80 years and is not only the condom manufactory company but also provide the well being products such as cream, lotion, and vibrator. In 1915, “LA Jackson” founded The London Rubber Company, which providing barbershop supply and imported condom...
    1,567 Words | 5 Pages
  • Durex Marketing - 1704 Words
    1 Executive Summary DASH Communications Co. is confident that our sales and promotion campaign for Durex consumer products will not only set Durex apart from the competitors, but also increase over all sales numbers on a very limited budget. Our executive plan includes a three step process that one, aim at increasing awareness of Durex Condoms among single males, age eighteen to thirty-four. Two, strive to highlight the diverse and brand-unique product innovations that focus on user...
    1,704 Words | 16 Pages
  • Sex in Art and Advertisement - 1593 Words
    Sex and Its Depiction in Art and Advertisement Sex, being a part of the human experience, has for very long been depicted as an intimate activity. However, sex has existed as a marketable commodity since the Roman Empire, and still exists as such to this day. Eduardo Manet’s Olympia, 1865, confronts its contemporary society with prostitution, depicting a reclined prostitute staring directly at the viewer, making the viewer see the scene from the point of view of the customer’s. Manet’s...
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  • Project on Health: Different Forms of Contraception
    Pills Description: Oral contraceptives are one of the most popular forms of birth control for women. They are prescribed by a doctor and come either in a combination pill with the hormones estrogen and progestin or in the form of progestin only. These pills stop ovulation from taking place, and they also block sperm cells by thickening cervical mucus. These come in 21, 28, and 91 day types. Although this method of contraception is effective at preventing pregnancy, it does not prevent...
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  • Theory of Contraception - 589 Words
    Contraception, fertility control, and birth control are all terms that share the same meaning, or represent the same concept. All three titles refer to methods or devices that are used to prevent pregnancy. I chose to elaborate on this particular chapter from the text as I find it to be the second most interesting subject in the entire book. In the remainder of this essay, I will discuss the many forms on contraception and how this information can benefit the futures of all that adhere to it....
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  • HIV and Youth Policy - 2461 Words
    SLSP Assignment 3: Final Essay Topic: HIV and Youth Policy Among developed countries, the United States of America has the highest number of population who has sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Although rates of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) diagnoses remained steady from 2006 to 2009, the amount of youth suffering from HIV infection has been increasing significantly over the same period. Approximately 69,000 youth are suffering from HIV infection in 2008 in which half of...
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  • Marketing Plan - 296 Words
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