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Gender Stereotypes in Marketing

Gender Stereotypes have been banned from British Advertising by the Advertising Standards Authority. Advertisements which are likely to cause harm, serious or widespread offense. This is a topic which I raised at our termly Digital Marketing Convention, a topic which caused a lot of discussion, so I was keen to publish it here. Gender Stereotypes in Marketing The report …

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