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  1. Debate: Ban on advertising targeting children (14,317 bytes)
    11: ...he USA and Britain have concentrated upon banning advertising to under-fives watching "toddler-television", but...
    30: ...parents to buy the products for them. Rather than advertising directly to parents, companies use a "nag and whi...
    32: ...products alienates children that "can't have".''' Advertising which presents products to children as "must-have...
    38: ...ndisciplined children cannot be solved by banning advertising, as children have many influences upon them which...
    49: *'''Advertising aimed at children brings negative social conseque...
  2. Debate: Should children be used in advertising? (2,753 bytes)
    48: ===Is it okay to use children in advertising if they agree to it?===
    62: *[[Debate: Ban on advertising targeting children]]
    72: [[Category:Advertising]]
  3. Debate: Junk food advertising ban (8,935 bytes)
    4: ===Should junk food advertising be banned, especially during children's televisio...
    11: ...ce 2006, there have been motions to ban junk food advertising, mainly provided by the World Health Organisation...
    46: ===Does junk food advertising contribute to obesity problems?===
    51: ...d. Eating junk food causes obesity and television advertising during children's programs will just convince inn...
    53: ... It is proven that both watching TV and junk food advertising leads to obesity and if a child is watching telev...
  4. Debate: Advertising for tobacco products should be banned (9,298 bytes)
    4: ===Should advertising for tobacco products be banned?===
    38: ===Impact: Would a ban on advertising decrease consumption?===
    45: ... examined the evidence and concluded that tobacco advertising does increase overall consumption." [http://www.i...
    50: ...influence of what brand to smoke'''. so a band on advertising might minimize smoking by a few people but no a l...
    52: ===Economy: Is advertising for tobacco products important for growth of our ...
  5. Debate: Is Bar Council of India rule that bans advertising by lawyers justified? (2,720 bytes)
    4: ===Is Bar Council of India rule that bans advertising by lawyers justified?===
    115: [[Category:Advertising]]
  6. Debate: Ban on advertising (8,241 bytes)
    4: ===Should advertising be banned?===
    20: ===Morality: Is advertising in principle immoral?===
    25: *'''Advertising promotes non-rationality.''' There is nothing mor...
    27: *'''"Advertising manipulates small children''' even before they re...
    29: *'''Advertising exploits our deepest fears, sensitivities and yea...
  7. Argument: Public insurance would not waste money on advertising (1,073 bytes)
    5: ...th insurance wouldn't spend money on fireworks or advertising."
  8. Debate: Advertising (2,513 bytes)
    4: === What are the pros and cons of advertising? ===
    108: *[[Debate: Ban on advertising]]
    109: *[[Debate: Ban on advertising targeting children]]
    113: [[Category:Advertising]]

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  1. Debate: Ban on advertising targeting children (14,317 bytes)
    11: ...he USA and Britain have concentrated upon banning advertising to under-fives watching "toddler-television", but...
    30: ...parents to buy the products for them. Rather than advertising directly to parents, companies use a "nag and whi...
    32: ...products alienates children that "can't have".''' Advertising which presents products to children as "must-have...
    38: ...ndisciplined children cannot be solved by banning advertising, as children have many influences upon them which...
    49: *'''Advertising aimed at children brings negative social conseque...
  2. Debate: Alcohol ban (11,218 bytes)
    64: ...g has been inconsistent.''' Despite the fact that advertising campaigns such as those run in the UK over the pa...
    144: ...etailers to swallow. Government tries to limit TV advertising and sales along highways". Christian Science Moni...
  3. Debate: Random sobriety tests for drivers (27,134 bytes)
    85: ...e effects of random testing from the accompanying advertising and awareness campaigns, which can also be withou...
    104: ...g, but they catch offenders who aren't deterrent. Advertising alongside random breath testing also works to low...
  4. Debate: Graduated response antipiracy laws (35,827 bytes)
    142: ... to racketeering to securities fraud to deceptive advertising -- may occur over or using communications network...
  5. Debate: Capitalism vs socialism (112,994 bytes)
    424: ... relations campaigns, the internalised effects of advertising, and the way that people internalise their societ...
  6. Debate: Lowering of drinking age (19,128 bytes)
    128: ...ctive to young people for much wider reasons than advertising, and the only effective way to regulate it is to ...
    136: ...ures, perhaps including a complete ban on alcohol advertising as with tobacco, would help to reduce the cool fa...
    166: ... to teach secondary school students about alcohol advertising (very accessible)]
    167: ... of alcohol advertising on young people by the UK Advertising Standards Agency (more difficult)]
    169: ...e private UK health firm BUPA on the link between advertising and underage alcohol consumption (accessible)]
  7. Debate: Grey imports (11,479 bytes)
    88: ...he brand identity. This can be detrimental to the advertising and media spend in the importing country, which f...
  8. Debate: Public control of broadcasting (11,668 bytes)
    11: ... while private broadcasters make money by selling advertising. Given the huge amount of privatisation of state-...
    45: ...itably suffers, along with their ability to raise advertising revenue based upon their number of viewers or lis...
    48: ...to accept advertising, as the overall increase in advertising space would drive down the amount broadcasters co...
  9. Debate: Belief in Santa Claus (13,544 bytes)
    55: ...aus/Father Christmas was popularised by Coca-Cola advertising posters. And as well as updating his image, Santa...
  10. Debate: Benefits of sports (12,844 bytes)
    76: ...athletes have even changed nationality for money. Advertising is everywhere, including on the pitch and the pla...
  11. Debate: State funding of political parties (8,460 bytes)
    25: ...r exempted Formula 1 racing from a ban on tobacco advertising. It was later revealed that Bernie Ecclestone, th...
  12. Debate: Ending EU subsidies for the tobacco industry (8,789 bytes)
    11: ...e place to operate, although recent drives to ban advertising and to heighten awareness of the risks of smoking...
    35: ...asis on anti-smoking campaigns, banning cigarette advertising, etc. It also merely increases healthcare costs m...
    95: *[[Debate: Advertising for tobacco products should be banned]]
  13. Debate: Campaign Finance Reform (12,521 bytes)
    12: ...long campaigns. Money is needed to pay staff, buy advertising on radio, television and other media, and even to...
  14. Debate: Civil disobedience (15,958 bytes)
    44: ...aw, for example by organizing marches, petitions, advertising campaigns, or even running candidates of their ow...
  15. Debate: Fat tax (19,340 bytes)
    110: ...tandards of tastiness, healthiness of product and advertising coverage are competing for the same market. A cho...
    123: ...quipment[http://www.ifs.org.uk/bns/bn49.pdf], and advertising campaigns for healthy eating or in schools.[http:...
  16. Debate: File-sharing (28,357 bytes)
    93: ... of the money made from CD's go to retail stores, advertising companies, and other "middlemen", not the artist.
  17. Debate: Election of judges (41,309 bytes)
    168: ...ked in another $7.4 million. Third-party interest advertising accounted for another $8.5 million. One can only ...
  18. Debate: Banning cell phones in cars (34,328 bytes)
    163: ... thoroughly. This could be coupled with energetic advertising campaigns to warn people of a range of potentiall...
  19. Debate: Ban on negative political ads (12,104 bytes)
    4: ===Should negative advertising in political campaigns be banned?===
    13: ...r steps should be taken to ban negative political advertising. Issues of enforcement – fines and levels there...
    65: ...o stop the nastiness by ruling that only positive advertising is allowed. Only then will people really reengage...
    85: *'''Drawing a line between positive and negative advertising is not easy:''' When a scandal breaks, is it legi...
    141: *[[Debate: Ban on advertising]]
  20. Debate: Ban on smoking in public places (22,949 bytes)
    14: ...ried to reduce smoking by taxing tobacco, running advertising campaigns and putting warnings on packets. Recent...

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