Not seeing the wood for the imaginary trees. Or, who’s messing with our article? A reply to Ambler

Ambler has been very quick to comment on our recent paper in this journal (Nairn & Fine, IJA, 27(3), 2008) in which we discuss the implications of recent findings from the cognitive sciences for the ethics of advertising to children.

Not seeing the wood for the imaginary trees. Or, who's messing with our article? A reply to Ambler (2008)

Agnes Nairn EM-Lyon Business School

Cordelia FineUniversity of Melbourne 

THE NAIRN AND FINE (2008) THESIS

Our paper posed the following question:...

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