This important source for students, researchers, advertisers and parents reviews the debates about advertising to children, and presents new information about children's understanding of advertising. Contributing authors analyse food and alcohol advertising and their effect on children and young people, and explore the point at which children can first identify advertisements and when they can understand that advertisements are persuasive messages. As well as reporting research about television advertising, this volume includes studies about advertising to children in new media, including web pages, search engines, and advergames. There is a discussion of the new ways that marketers reach children, for instance through the internet or with product placement, as well as practical explanations of how parents and educators can help children become more critical of advertisements.
1. Introduction; Barrie Gunter, Caroline Oates, Fran Blumberg and Mark Blades 2. Do Very Young Children Understand Persuasive Intent in Advertisements?; Moondore Ali and Mark Blades 3. The Development of Children's Scepticism about Advertising; Maria T. Chu, Mark Blades and Jane Herbert 4. Commercial Food Promotion to Children; Emma J. Boyland, Joanne A. Harrold, Tim C. Kirkham and Jason C.G. Halford 5. Alcohol Advertising and Young People; Barrie Gunter 6. Advertising to Children in China; Kara Chan 7. Parents' Beliefs about, and Attitudes to, Marketing to Children; Caroline Oates, Nicki Newman and Athanasia Tziortzi 8. The Family's Role in Children's Interpretation of Advertising; Moniek Buijzen 9. Linkages between Media Literacy and Children's and Adolescents' Susceptibility to Advertising; Fran C. Blumberg, Lauren A. Frankle, Brian Kelley and Jessica M. Williams 10. Under the Radar: How Embedded Commercial Messages in TV and the New Media Influence Children without their Conscious Awareness; Laura Owen, Charlie Lewis and Susan Auty 11. Young Children's Ability to Identify Advertisements on Television, on Web Pages and on Search Engine Web Pages; Shiying Li, Megan Pickering, Moondore Ali, Mark Blades and Caroline Oates 12. The Influence of Advergames on Children's Consumer Choices and Behaviour; Amanda E. Staiano and Sandra L. Calvert 13. Conclusions; Caroline Oates, Fran Blumberg, Barrie Gunter and Mark Blades
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 2nd July 2014
Dimensions (cm): 21.84 x 14.22
Weight (kg): 0.5