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In Sweeping War on Obesity,Chile Slays Tony the Tiger
New regulations, which corporate interests delayed for almost a decade,require explicit labeling and limit the marketing of sugary foods to
New York Times
The Chilean government, facing skyrocketing rates of obesity, is waging war on unhealthy foods with a phalanx of marketing restrictions, mandatory packaging redesigns and labeling rules aimed at trans...
Profit motives behind sexualization of 'tween girls
The sexualization of 'tween girls - those between the ages of 8 and 12 -- in pop culture and advertising is a growing problem fueled by marketers' efforts to create cradle-to-grave consumers.
Turning Children Into Consumers
Children are naïve about advertising and can easily be manipulated and exploited by marketers to want and demand their products. Corporate marketers believe that over time they can be shaped into life...
Childhood Under Siege
How Big Business Ruthlessly Targets Children
An exploration of the corporate manipulation and exploitation of children and childhood and society's (lack of) response.
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