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Advertising Invades the Classroom

Captive Audience - Advertising Invades the Classroom
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G

I feel as though much of this information is out-dated, as social media has certainly taken over as the most invasive and persistent form of advertisements youth are exposed to on a daily basis.

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Tom

A fascinating look at youth advertising. It is a great question to explore because on the one hand the advertising to children through educational materials seems perverse, but on the other hand, it is a unique way to reduce the significant cost of educational materials to both schools and ...Read more

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Leigh

Yet another great film-pretty mind blowing how capitalist centric our society has become, in the classrooms of even the youngest students.

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