The Effects of Advertising on Children


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The Effects of Advertising on Children
Over the last fifty years, the development of new methods of advertising has had a growing impact on those most vulnerable to influence, namely children. Children are exposed to advertising images throughout the day, from television to billboards. As well, as they are increasingly aware of the Internet and social media, children are also exposed to advertisements on websites, even as they search for information to complete their homework. This connection between media and children’s lives has changed the way that they see the world, and has had a strong impact on their personal identities and personal habits, as we can see in the literature. This essay will explore why and how children are enchanted...
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