Study examines parental concern over child's ads

September 1981
Marketing News;9/4/1981, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
Highlights a study on parental concern over child-directed advertising. Response rate of parents involved in the survey; Reason for the concern of parents about children's advertising; Advantage of advertising to children.


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