Advertising & Society Quarterly
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Advert. Soc. Q. doesn't exist.
Advert Soc Q doesn't exist.
|Edited by||William M. O'Barr and Edward E. Timke|
|Advertising & Society Review|
ANA Educational Foundation (United States)
|Advert. Soc. Q.|
Advertising & Society Quarterly (ASQ) (E-ISSN: 1534-7311) is a peer-reviewed academic journal focused on advertising and its relationship to society, culture, history, and the economy. Beginning with vol. 17 in 2017, it is the sucesor to Advertising & Society Review, which began in 2000. The journal is distributed quarterly online through Project MUSE of The Johns Hopkins University Press. It is edited by William M. O’Barr, Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Duke University
Its online format allows including a nearly unlimited number of full-color illustrations, streamed commercials, and links to accompany each article. The journal has agreements with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), which have given permission to reproduce commercials that accompany articles and essays. (This bypasses the necessity to seek permission to reproduce an advertisement for scholarly commentary.)
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