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Linn, S. (2005) Consuming Kids: Protecting Our Children from the Onslaught of Marketing & Advertising. Anchor Books.
Linn, S. (2008) The Case for Make Believe: Saving Play in a Commercialized World. The New Press.
Rideout, V. (2011) Zero to eight: Children’s media use in America. San Francisco, CA, Common Sense Media: 11, 25, 27.
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