During this past decade, advertising companies go out of their way just to get the new scoop or trend children are into, gathering information and distributing it to other companies. Information such as what types of idols they enjoy to wh...
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...chemes to manipulate people and don’t worry too much about it. Since it is being taken care by others and is not an unknown factor of the world. However, even in these cases, we cannot allow future notice of children to be turned into hyperactive manipulative consumers in advertising schemes, for the sake of the future.
(1) Schlosser, Eric. "Business." Kid Kustomers. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 519-26. Print.
(2) “Youth Oriented Advertising.” Issues & Controversies On file: n. pag. Issues & Controversies. Facts On File News Services, 23 Aug. 2004. Web. 7 Apr. 2014. Http://www.2facts.com/article/i0501650
(3) Mizerski, Richard. "The Relationship Between Cartoon Trade Character Recognition And Attitude Toward Product Category In Young Children."Advertising. Uscf, n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.
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