Children's Television Advertising
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The paper reports on research into the content and meaning of children's television advertising before Christmas. The paper notes information on the variety of products that are geared for children in some way and discusses the selling methods used and the frequency with which advertising messages are bolstered by repetition. The paper explains that this creates a desire on the part of children for these products.
From the Paper:"Television advertising directed at children is examined for content, frequency and products featured for a period in the Fall of 2004, the Christmas season for advertisers. The results show the variety of products that are geared for children in some way, the selling methods used and the frequency with which advertising messages are bolstered by repetition, creating a desire on the part of children for these products. The intent is clearly to develop a habit of buying in the young and parents suffer by being asked over and over to buy the latest product, many reflecting entertainment aspects of the consumer culture."
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