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Jordan A. Carlson, J. Aaron Hipp, Jacqueline Kerr, Todd S. Horowitz and David Berrigan

-provider interactions. It did not include mobile health (mhealth) interventions where images are delivered, but not collected from participants or in their environments. Use of images from media such as advertising was excluded, but image assessment of advertisement exposure was included (e.g., sugar sweetened beverage

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Nicolas Robin, Lucette Toussaint, Guillaume R. Coudevylle, Shelly Ruart, Olivier Hue and Stephane Sinnapah

strategies of health promotion and physical activity campaigns (e.g., television, radio or newspaper advertising, seminars, workshops, and print and/or telephone interventions) are a major center of interest ( Brawley & Latimer, 2007 ; Leavy, Bull, Rosenberg, & Bauman, 2011 ), as it is assumed these

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Susan P. Mullane

, promotions, and advertising are highlighted, and ethical challenges in new forms of communication are featured, including current cases. Price, ticketing, and ticket sales, with emphasis on the ethical issues, are featured in Chapter 8, and the author provides a topical case dealing with ticket sales in the

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Stewart Cotterill

. There’s obviously the fact that the ECB [national governing body] advertise for their national roles, but I’ve never seen, in 7 years, six and a half years, whatever, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a county psychologist job advertised. This lack of advertising is problematic as it often leads to a lack of

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Christos Anagnostopoulos

from big advertising campaigns and moving toward a greater focus on digital content. The audience we want to reach predominantly consumes news and media on social channels. That’s not to say that large-scale television ads won’t give you reach if you are trying to communicate a message on a large scale

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Katja Sonkeng

(e.g., Paris Saint-Germain F.C.), Kilcline ultimately dissects sport’s complex and multilayered role in contemporary society and the evolution of media in France. Drawing from a myriad of sport-media sources including film, television, advertising, and news articles in addition to personal memories

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Andrew C. Billings, Melvin Lewis, Kenon A. Brown and Qingru Xu

( Voorveld & Viswanathan, 2015 ). Meanwhile, social TV is conceived as a computer-mediated interface capitalizing on the simultaneity of viewers’ multiscreening activities ( Interactive Advertising Bureau, 2015 ; Lim et al., 2015 ; Shin, 2013 ) by having two different manners of consuming the same media

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Jan Schroeder, Franziska Erthel and Karsten Hollander

baseline within 24 hours. Methods Subjects Healthy, recreational runners were recruited by local advertising at the University of Hamburg, Germany. A total of 18 volunteers (4 females and 14 males, mean (SD): age 28.2 [4.7 y, body mass index 22.8 [1.9] kg/m 2 ) participated in the study. Information about

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Jennifer E. McGarry, Justin M. Evanovich, Nneka A. Arinze, Kolin Ebron and Jun Young Cho

. Jackson was anxiously awaiting the first wave of student groups coming to collaborate with her staff on planning multiple after-school sessions at the Harris Center. At the request of the university media office, she had hung their flyers throughout the neighborhood advertising the partnership with PWC

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Lynley Ingerson, Michael L. Naraine, Nola Agha and Daniel J. Pedroza

each regional network. In the standard television business model, networks pay rights fees to sports properties to be able to broadcast their games/events. The networks then generate revenue by selling advertising during the broadcasts. The price paid by advertisers to the networks depends partially on