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The Ethics of Marketing to Children Margarita OksenkrugThe Ethics of Marketing to Children Margarita Oksenkrug
In 2002, approximately $15 billion was spent in the U. S. on marketing communications directly targeted at children. This included television and print advertising, product placements, sales promotions, packaging design, public relations
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History 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern EuropeHistory 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern Europe
Christendom split into hostile, warring camps. Despite the ideals of toleration and religious freedom championed by some thinkers
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Economic History and Business History: Mutual Contributions and Future Prospects ByEconomic History and Business History: Mutual Contributions and Future Prospects By
One might therefore argue that the two disciplines are now bound together much more extensively than they would appear to have been in the 1950s
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Savings banks in England and Wales, with a further 182 in ScotlandSavings banks in England and Wales, with a further 182 in Scotland
Great Britain in the first half of the 19th century. By 1818, following the passing of legislation enabling the establishment of savings banks in 1817, there were 283 trustee1 savings banks in England and Wales
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Trent University hist 2760Y/wmst-2760y-aTrent University hist 2760Y/wmst-2760y-a
Mary Toft, the eighteenth-century woman whom physicians believed had given birth to rabbits. We will look at the lives of those who transgressed gender and sexual norms including the remarkable Emilie du Chatelet, Catalina de Erauso
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Massachusetts Operation Storefront 1998Massachusetts Operation Storefront 1998
Younger adult smokers are the only source of replacement smokers If younger adults turn away from smoking, the industry must decline, just as a population which does not give birth will eventually dwindle
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