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Do Magazines Marketed for Teenagers Send the Wrong Message?

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Gillian Keely

on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of Do Magazines Marketed for Teenagers Send the Wrong Message?

Magazine's Message

By Gillian Crosby

Magazines are EVERYWHERE.
Whether you're standing in line at a grocery store or at a gas station, magazines are being sold.
While they may not effect you, teens and young children everywhere are receiving not so nice messages.
A typical Cosmo cover
A Dove Campaign Which Empowers Women of all Shapes & Sizes
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