Does Advertising Promote Substance Abuse?
Lori M. Newman
Greenhaven Press, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 95 pages
Many advertisements for alcohol and tobacco products enjoy wide appeal among people too young to use these products legally. However, it is not clear whether this promotes young people to abuse these substances. Does Advertising Promote Substance Abuse? draws upon advertisements in magazines, movies, professional sports broadcasts and more to examine this issue from a variety of viewpoints.
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