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Youth Marketing Introduction The following review of the literature is focused on the topic ofyouth marketing Issues discussed related to this topic include thecommercialization of youth children's understanding of marketing andadvertising use of celebrity endorsement for advertising and marketing and youth marketing strategies This is followed by a summary andconclusions Commercialization of Youth Wartella reported that during the th century Americanchildren have spent their leisure time with film radio and television andthese mediums have been used to target and market to generations
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