Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Young people less impressed by lifestyle advertising
I certainly see a large amount of critical thinking coming from
the 18 year olds in the classes that I have taught...
So when they say critical, it may be that they just mean cynical.
Which I have seen lots more of recently. (01)
Aldo de Moor <AdeMoor@uvt.nl> writes: (02)
% On 14 Jul 2003, Henry K van Eyken wrote:
% > >From my Dutch newspaper:
% > The younger generation is less impressed by lifestyle advertising than
% > in the past. Accordingly, big names like Nike, Pepsi, Levi Strauss
% > should suffer from diminishing popularity. The 10- to 18-year olds are
% > more critical and want to know the who and what of corporations.
% I can't wait until those 18-year-olds finally show up in the classes I
% have to teach... :-)
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