Outdated Advertising: Sexist, Racist, Creepy, and Just Plain Tasteless Ads from a Pre-PC Era

Outdated Advertising: Sexist, Racist, Creepy, and Just Plain Tasteless Ads from a Pre-PC Era

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ISBN-13: 9781510723801
Publisher: Skyhorse
Publication date: 11/21/2017
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 427,122
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Michael Lewis is a twenty-year veteran of the book publishing business, having acquired and edited hundreds of books. He is also the author or coauthor of a dozen books, including The 100 Best Beatles Songs (with Steve Spignesi) and A Guy Walks into a Bar. He lives in northern New Jersey.
Stephen Spignesi is a bestselling author of more than sixty titles, including books about Stephen King, the Beatles, American and world history, the Titanic, George Washington and the American Presidents, the Founding Fathers, John F. Kennedy, Jr., world disasters, Robin Williams, and Woody Allen. His novel Dialogues was hailed as a “reinvention of the psychological thriller.”
Ben B. Judd, Jr., Ph.D., is the former Chair of the University of New Haven Department of Marketing and International Business, and the Associate Dean of the University of New Haven School of Business. He has written extensively on advertising, and his work has appeared in places ranging from Journal of Advertising Research to Psychology magazine.

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Outdated Advertising: Sexist, Racist, Creepy, and Just Plain Tasteless Ads from a Pre-PC Era 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though it would be great to have this on my iPad Nook app but while the ads were great, the resolution was horrible. Any small print was virtually unreadable and zooming only made it worse. My guess is the scans were compressed to reduce file size. I should learn that picture books are rarely any good on Nook. That said, it was funny, entertaining, and creepy. Worthwhile as a printed book.