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Necromarketing as Advertising Strategy in American Television

Public Health Campaigns. Health Education and Behavior, 27(5), 591-615. Wojciechowski L., & Shelton A. (2014). Necromarketing in Advertising. In BAJDAK, A. (ed.) Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach. Marketing Communications - Selected Issues. 205, 91-96. Wojciechowski L. (2010). Nekromarketing - niektoré aspekty jeho vymedzenia [in:] (KO)MÉDIÁ: sborník konferenčních příspěvků ze 4. ročníku mezinárodní konference, Zlín 21.-22.10.2009, UTB, Zlín.

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Impact of Indian Drama Serials on Bangladeshi Culture: A Qualitative Study Based on Perceived Situation and Risk Factors in Urban Setting

, A., Social foundations of thought and action : a social cognitive theory. 1986, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. CAREY, S . 1993. Mass Media Violence and Aggressive Behavior. Criminal Justice Matters. 11 (1): 8-9. CHARLES K. ATKIN (1976), “Children’s Social Learning From Television Advertising: Research Evidence on Observational Modeling of Product Consumption”, in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 03, eds. Beverlee B. Anderson, Cincinnati, OH : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 513-519. FEIGENBAUM, H. B . (2001

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Cultural Pluralism and Epistemic Injustice

conflict with privatization and property rights. This value conflict is an example of when globalization means the domination of Western values at the expense of the values of weaker and more vulnerable communities and people (Shiva 2001, Commission 2002, Anderson 2015 ). Through the many ways that Western ideals are permeating the world through adverts, news media, and Hollywood films, globalization also implies a subtler form of cultural injustice. Here, the Western ideals of beauty, life style, and consumption are becoming global norms, which on the receiving side

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