These advertisements are posing attractive to children. How do children process the advertised message, what do they do with it and to what extent they are influenced by what they see and hear? All these questions have become the subject of my research. The degree of impact of advertising on adults may be problematic but the outcome is devastating for children.
Following are the main objectives of this report. There are mainly two of sampling methods which are being used by the marketers: Probability Sampling Random Sampling Non - probability Sampling Probability sampling is a method for drawing a sample from a population such that all possible samples have a known and specified probability of being drawn.
Non probability sampling is a sampling procedure in which the selection of population elements is based in part on the judgment of the researcher or field interviewer.
The sampling method for this report would be probability sampling because here each sample has equal chance of being selected and again it would be stratified random sampling Media Literacy Media literacy is a relatively new discipline, aimed at teaching individuals and children in particular to understand and use the media to their advantage.
Media literacy is increasingly recognized by governments and international organizations such as the European Union and the World Health Organisation as a key tool to help children understand and deal with today's complex media environment. Media Smart is an established media literacy education programme focused on advertising.
Launched in NovemberMedia Smart is a non-profit media literacy programme for school children aged 6 to 11 years old. Media Smart develops and provides, free of charge and on request, educational materials to primary schools that teach children to think critically about advertising in the context of their daily lives.
Media Smart materials use real examples of advertising to teach core media literacy skills. Is it fair to advertise to children unless they fully understand the intent of the advertisers?
If young children do not understand that intent, then when do they develop that ability? Is television an effective way to market products to children? Are the products such as food and toys typically aimed at children, the type of products that children should be encouraged to buy?
Are children encouraged to buy or try unsuitable products such as alcohol or tobacco from viewing advertisements even when those advertisements are not aimed at them? Does advertising encourage a more materialistic attitude in children? Or is it appropriate that children learn to be effective consumers from an early age?
Does encouraging children to buy products lead them to pester their parents and cause family disputes? Does television advertising present an accurate or misleading image of the world to children?
Should advertising aimed at children be regulated? If so, how strict should that regulation be and, in a global market place, should regulators draw up common guidelines across different countries and cultures?
Should we educate children about advertising, and if so, who should take on the role of educator? These are the questions that require to have a proper look at.
Children aging around 15 in India are having spending power. It is from their own allowances and earnings. Almost 30 percentage of Indian population belongs to this age group, and called to be the future of India.
But the fact is that out of every rupee the government spent, only five paisa went to child related programmes. In Bihar, spending on per meal per child is about 15 paisa. Now can anyone explain that what kind of nutritious food can be supplied at that rate? When we talk of the Indian economy it is vastly segmented in different age groups with different spending powers.
Most of the Indian people live under the poverty line. But the others are having a huge spending power with large amount of selection in the product basket. The children from these segments are being targeted by the companies to generate the sales.Final Project on effects of ads on the children.
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ABSTRACT. This report summarizes the present state of knowledge about the effects of television advertising on children. After a discussion cf children's television viewing patterns, the report we are particularly indebted to the members of .