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#Commercialisation

# commercialisation - Sunday 4 June, 2017

From The42 'People might say ‘you’re distracting the players’, but the Lions is unique' Big Questions

'People might say ‘you’re distracting the players’, but the Lions is unique'

Tour manager John Spencer is insistent that the Lions ‘mustn’t be lost’.

# commercialisation - Saturday 21 December, 2013

Mandela's name will live on - but will it be commercialised?

As South Africa settled into first week after Madiba’s funeral, fears grow that his legacy might be exploited.

# commercialisation - Thursday 12 January, 2012

Parents concerned about 'commercialisation and sexualisation' of children - survey

Parents think today’s children enjoy a better childhoods than their own but have also raised concerns about messages being aimed at children.

# commercialisation - Thursday 7 July, 2011

Poll: Who is to blame for the over-sexualisation of children? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who is to blame for the over-sexualisation of children?

There are calls for the government to conduct research into the commercialisation and sexualisation of children, after a report in the UK called on broadcasters and retailers to be more responsible, but also said parents are ‘complicit’. We’re asking: where does the blame lie?…

Calls for research into sexualisation and commercialisation of Irish children

A recent report published in the UK said that retailers, broadcasters, the government and parents all had a part to play, and included a number of proposals.

# commercialisation - Monday 6 June, 2011

Push to curb commercialisation and sexualisation of young children in the UK

Nine major retailers have signed up to new guidelines on the sale of inappropriate children’s clothing, including retailers which operate in Ireland.