Advertising to Children by Marcia Amidon Lüsted

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They Building Bears talk about and sample products as One of the most successful well as complete surveys about their retail chains aimed at kids is the Build-A-Bear Workopinions and buying habits. With shop. Customers create their own unique stuffed such enormous spending power, bears. The stores are the wants, needs, and preferences of based on tweens and their desire for self-expression. kids and teens are taken seriously. According to Martin Lindstrom‘s BRANDchild, More than ever, being a child no the stores succeed belonger means being powerless and cause they meet tweens’ values: “let me express voiceless in advertising.

The government must the accuracy of show that it would serve the public interest to restrict that particular commercial speech. It advertising claims must show that the restriction directly advances than children the interests of the public. And finally, it must show that the restriction is needed to achieve a were 30 years certain public benefit or purpose. • 58 • Advertising toChildren ago. An advertising employee with Interacting Brands the Nickelodeon television channel Advertisers who promote states, “[K]ids have a kind of truth their brands with tweens and teens no longer conmeter.

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