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Psychographics have been developed in the field of market research as a way to relate consumer behaviour to market choice. American Behavioural Scientist, 1987, 30, 486-494. Aslib Proceedings, 60 4 , 290-310. In J Goldstein and J Raessens Eds. Employing an interesting and new approach to the growing scholarly interest in celebrity. Interpreting release from proactive interference for the individual subject. A content analysis of alcohol portrayal and drinking in British television soap operas.
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An exploration of links between video preferences and romantic partner preferences. The effect of surrounding programme environment on memory for televised advertising. The Changing nature of Party Election Broadcasts: The Growing Influence of Political Marketing. Children and Television revised 2nd. The digital information consumer: What we know about the newly information enfranchised general public.