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Tackling Food Marketing to Children in a Digital World: Trans-disciplinary Perspectives

Creator:

Tatlow-Golden M. et al

Subject Keywords: Child, Food, Marketing, Internet, Social Media, Pediatric Obesity, Legislation, Food
Set: Obesity
Type: Report
Region: Europe
Description:

This publication provides up-to-date information on the marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children and the changes that have occurred in recent years, focusing in particular on the major shift to digital marketing. It examines trends n media use among children, marketing methods in the new digital media landscape and children’s engagement with such
marketing. It also considers the impact on children and their ability to counter marketing as well as the implications for children’s digital privacy. Finally the report discusses the policy implications and some of the recent policy action by WHO
 

Date:

01/01/2016

Rights: © WHO
Suggested citation:

Tatlow-Golden M. et al . (2016) Tackling Food Marketing to Children in a Digital World: Trans-disciplinary Perspectives [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/1170330 [Accessed: 16th October 2018].

  

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