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Title: Regulating Against Offence: lessons from the field of UK advertising
Author(s): Amy-Chinn, Dee
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Keywords: advertising
Advertising laws
Issue Date: Nov-2007
Date Deposited: 27-Aug-2009
Citation: Amy-Chinn D (2007) Regulating Against Offence: lessons from the field of UK advertising. Media, Culture and Society, 29 (6), pp. 1036-1048.;
Abstract: This article looks at the question of offence in UK advertising. It examines what constitutes offence, who claims to be offended, and on whose behalf. The article highlights the flaws in the current system of advertising regulation and concludes that efforts to regulate offence should be abandoned.
DOI Link: 10.1177/0163443707083828
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