Fun Food: Children's Food Marketing and the Politics of ConsumptionDe (autor) Charlene Elliott
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 20 Mar 2019
With chapters drawing insight from focus groups with children and in-depth interviews and surveys with parents, this is a highly topical study and one relevant to public policy issues/debates
Charlene Elliott is Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Calgary, Canada.
Introduction1 Packaging Fun: Eatertainment and the Reclassification of Children's Food2 From Easy Bake to Kool-aid: Food Play and the Rise of Child-targeted Packaged Foods 3 Envisioning Children: On Food, Fat and Freedom4 Governing Taste in Packaged Foods5 Kids Weigh In: Children's Perspectives on 'Kids' Food' and the Question of Food Classification6 "Healthy Food Looks Serious": How Children Interpret Packaged Products and the Problem of Media Literacy7 Beyond Pester Power: Parental Perspectives on Child-oriented Food Products8 Conclusion: Fun Food and the Politics of ConsumptionBibliographyIndex