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In Calories for sale Marketing to Children in the Twenty- First Century Susan Linn and Courtney L Novosat discuss how children are ambushed by junk food ads and the effects ads have on children In the academic journal it goes through a list of places where you can find ads and tactics used in those places the effects and everything you would like to know about them On the different places you can find the ads is kind of unbelievable how many different ways in schools they advertised In school ads go from vending machines to different programs like box tops Linn and Novast even discuses how Channel One now affects your children too Channel One is a news program to show students what is happening around the world they get schools to play it once a day Since Channel One was having financial problems the way out was add in two minutes of advertising The two minutes of adverting of junk food like Pepsi Mountain Dew snickers and Kelloggs pop tarts Another program that most people do not really think they advertise is box tops and reading program pizza hunt does eat fattening pizza and learn how to read all in one Box tops are good because they give money to schools but most the time theyre not on carrot sticks Linn and Novosat displays how childrens food they like are label down with their favorite cartoon characters just to help out sales The two writers points out most children go for whatever food has the cartoon on them By Linn and Novosat writing Calories for sale Marketing to Children in the Twenty- First Century they are just to warm their readers there is a problem with all the food ads seem by children Another academic journal Persuasion an analysis of techniques used to market foods to children had the same view as Calories for sale Marketing to Children in the
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