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An Expose' on Green Television Ads
Advances in Consumer Research
  • Easwar Iyer
  • Bobby Banerjee
  • Charles S. Gulas, Wright State University - Main Campus
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1994
Abstract
We present the results from content analyzing 95 green TV ads. Although firm conclusions may be elusive because of sample characteristics, some very striking patterns emerge. For instance most green ads pertain to domestic consumables, are very shallow in their orientation, use women spokespersons and a testimonial format. A significant number of ads also attempt to influence consumer behavior and these tend to be more deep in their orientation. There are a also striking differences between green print ads and green TV ads in terms of their structure, strategy and tactics.
Citation Information
Easwar Iyer, Bobby Banerjee and Charles S. Gulas. "An Expose' on Green Television Ads" Advances in Consumer Research Vol. 21 (1994) p. 292 - 298 ISSN: 00989258
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charles_gulas/6/