For the sake of the adults, stop advertising to kids

Brierley, Sean
May 2002
Marketing Week;5/16/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 20, p33
Trade Publication
Focuses on the distrusts of the public against the advertisers in Great Britain. Creation of advertisement for children; Utilization of ambiguous and meaningless phrase; Replacement of meals with snack foods.


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