Conformity, success, family
This picture is advertising with conformity. They show all these different peopl drinking it. They show attractive women and nicely dressed people drinking it to try and get people to think they need to drink Budweiser to be like them. It also says "most popular beer of all time" and "everywhere" to show people that everyone drinks this.
This advertisement is using success to advertise their product. The company shows very nicely dressed people drinking it, making people think only successful people drink it and advertising that you need to drink this in order to be successful. It also shows people playing golf on a golf course, and normally golf courses are very high end, showing that successful people drink this.
This photo shows what family's was supposed to be like. Mainly, it shows how the men were more important than the women. In the car, the boys sit up front and the women sit in the back. In the back of the picture, it shows a women setting up a picnic while her husband and son play. This shows what families back then were portrayed as.
The standard that this time held kids to was very difficult. It could be very difficult for certain teens to be held to these standards if they don't look the same as everyone or if they can't afford everything others can. They are expected to act normal and be just like everyone else. I would feel very stressed out if I was put to these standards. It could lead to depression and anxiety in many teens. I would act differently, and probably try to fit the norm as best as possible. Which isn't good because the standards that are set aren't always good for people to reach. I would seek help from a parent friend or teacher.