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— A ban on fast food advertisements in the United States could reduce the number of overweight children by as much as 18 percent, according to a new study being published this month in the Journal of Law and Economics. The study also reports that eliminating the tax deductibility associated with television advertising would result in a reduction of childhood obesity, though in smaller numbers. The study was conducted by researchers from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) with funding from the National Institutes of Health. NBER economists Shin-Yi Chou of Lehigh University, Inas Rashad of Georgia State ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
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Awards Daily's Oscar Countdown--Watching Oscar 24/7 » Blog Archive ...
(bitchmagazine.org, best URL ever) but, I think, off base article on the film (or perhaps, the book). The author makes many very good points about “priv-lit,” this idea that Oprah and her ilk are poisoning all of womenkind with this false idea that buying things, and traveling the world perhaps, makes you more enlightened. Eat, Pray, Love detailed Gilbert’s decision to leave an unsatisfying marriage and embark on an international safari of self-actualization. (Publisher Viking subsidized the “unscripted” yearlong vacation.) Gilbert ate exotic food, meditated in exotic places, and had exotic romantic interludes; both ... market research, surveys and trends
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A JetBlue flight attendant upset after an altercation with a passenger bolted from the plane by deploying and sliding down the inflatable emergency chute on Monday, police said. The flight attendant, Steven Slater, was arrested at his home in the New York City borough of Queens after fleeing from ... Read more They’ve been accused of being delusional, thinking they are Bonnie and Clyde and have been linked through forensic evidence to the murders of two people vacationing in New Mexico. Now, new reports say that Arizona escapee John McCluskey and his accomplice/fiancé Casslyn Welch are first cousins ... Read more GENEVA (AP) — ... market research, surveys and trends

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OUPblog » Blog Archive » Food Trends:From Fast to Slow Food ...
guru is back again this week with a look at American food trends. What trend do you think has been, and will be, the most influential: Fast Food, Slow Food, Factory Farms or Organic Farms? Be sure to let us know in the comments what you think! Check back on Thursdays throughout May for more great posts by Andrew Smith, editor of the Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink , who teaches culinary history and professional food writing at The New School University, serves as Chair of the Culinary Trust and as a consultant to several food television productions. A. Fast Food White Castle , launched in 1916, successfully used ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Researchers: Ban on fast food TV advertising would reverse ...
A ban on fast food advertisements in the United States could reduce the number of overweight children by as much as 18 percent, according to a new study being published this month in the Journal of Law and Economics . The study also reports that eliminating the tax deductibility associated with television advertising would result in a reduction of childhood obesity, though in smaller numbers. The study was conducted by researchers from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) with funding from the National Institutes of Health. NBER economists Shin-Yi Chou of Lehigh University, Inas Rashad of Georgia State University, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Luke Goode: Citizens as gatekeepers
Dr Luke Goode is a senior lecturer in the Department of Film, Television and Media Studies, with a special interest in digital media and their social and cultural consequences. Consider this scene, one that few could have imagined 10 short years ago: Of the hundreds of millions of English language blogs tracked by blog search engine Technorati, a majority deal in topics that are the traditional preserve of mainstream journalism (politics, technology, business, film, sport and so on). Most are not merely confessional diaries or online family photo albums (though often those elements are blended in). Technorati's research ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Fast'food Consumption and the Ban on Advertising Targeting ...
Feb 6, 2009 ... countries have responded by proposing sweeping restrictions on food advertising targeting children. In February 2007, the UK banned junk ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Regulatory axes on food advertising to children on television
Recent studies have found a direct correlation between children's exposure to food advertisements and their food preferences [ 7 , 8 ]. Research also confirms that the majority of foods advertised on television during periods when children are likely to be watching are high in sugar and fat [ 9 ]. If preferences are a predictor of actual consumption, then it is reasonable to conclude that television advertising leads children to consume more food of low nutritional value – which is often calorie dense and contains high levels of sugar and fat – than they would otherwise do. On this view, children's ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Early Advertising of the West, 1867-1918
The Early Advertising of the West collection consists of over 450 print advertisements published in local magazines, city directories, and theater pamphlets from 1867 to 1918. These advertisements were selected and digitized in order to help researchers and students examine social, cultural and economic trends during this period. The collection is categorized into thematic groups and features advertisements about health care and hygiene products, liquor, tobacco, machinery, manufacturing, transportation, fashion, food and household goods and local tourism. Due to the lack of government drug inspection and regulation during ...
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  1. profile image realfoodnow Tomatogate!! http://bit.ly/cany6Z Great article by Melina of @ysfp @TheAtlantic
  2. profile image NJFernandez Tomatogate: Toward Truth in Food Advertising - Food - The Atlantic: http://bit.ly/arNPY8 via @addthis #csr
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How are "organic" or "food based" vitamins better than generic ...
Given that the company making the vitamin is trustworthy (i.e. they are sold at major retail outlets) and the tablet contains what it says it contains on the side of the bottle, what are the factors that make "organic" or "food based" vitamins better? My girlfriend recently put me on a new men's one-a-day multivitamin from a local organic food store (Mother's Market). She said that my previous vitamin, Centrum, was not good because it was made in a lab from chemicals, and that this one was superior because it is food based and organic. They sell this particular brand and others like it at places like Whole Foods, ...
Is the trucker's strike and food riots in Spain a hoax? | LinkedIn ...
I was sent a mail by yahoogroups that there are food riots in Spain, truckers re blocking highways and food and fuel supplies will run out in one week. Is this mail a hoax like inheritance of millions of dollars? posted June 9, 2008 in Wealth Management | Closed Share This Marketing and Advertising Professional see all my answers This was selected as Best Answer In ten seconds or less, a Google search yielded a lengthy Reuters story on this topic on today's NY Times website. Both institutions are credible, and neither is in the business of knowingly reporting hoaxes. The article headline is "High Fuel Prices Spark ...