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Moderation by Researchgate Related to Comments on “Predatory” Publishing Practices

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How Movies Influence Our Dietary Behaviour?

, A. Dorr (eds.), Children and the Faces of Television: Teaching, Violence, Selling. New York: Academic Press, 273-286. Barn, S. 2009. ‘Product placement in Bollywood movies’. - Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 27, 7, 976-980. Caroli, M.; Argentieri, L.; Cardone, M.; Masi, A. 2004. ‘Role of television in childhood obesity prevention’. - International Journal of Obesity, 28, S104-S108. http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v28/n3s/pdf/0802802a.pdf (3 September 2013). Castillo, D. 2012a. ‘MirriAd scores another product

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