Who's saying what about food advertising to children?Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - Papers (Archive)
AbstractBoth Australian and worldwide authorities differ on how the issue of childhood obesity should be tackled. Some call for a junk food tax and restrictions on fast food advertising while others supported initiatives to encourage people to walk and cycle more. This paper examines the Australian media dialogue concerned with food advertising and children presented in the fIrst six months of 2005; identifying the key spokespeople for each side of the debate and the main platforms of their arguments; and making recommendations for social marketing practice.
Citation InformationSandra C. Jones and Belinda Fabrianesi. "Who's saying what about food advertising to children?" (2006)
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