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Red Time is Me-Time: Advertising, Ambivalence, and Women's Magazines. / Stevens, Lorna M. R.; Maclaran, Pauline; Brown, Stephen.In: Journal of Advertisng, Vol. 32, No. 1, 17.12.2003, p. 35-45.
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T1 - Red Time is Me-Time: Advertising, Ambivalence, and Women's Magazines
AU - Stevens, Lorna M. R.
AU - Maclaran, Pauline
AU - Brown, Stephen
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PY - 2003/12/17
Y1 - 2003/12/17
N2 - This study explores the concept of self for women in consumer culture, as it is played out in an experiential advertising campaign for a UK women's magazine called Red. The study qualitatively explores the tensions and ambivalences experienced by female participants in response to a campaign using the notion of self-indulgence and 'me-time', as they experience it in the context of their everyday lives. It shows how women attempt to reconcile the mixed emotions that the Red campaign evokes in them.
AB - This study explores the concept of self for women in consumer culture, as it is played out in an experiential advertising campaign for a UK women's magazine called Red. The study qualitatively explores the tensions and ambivalences experienced by female participants in response to a campaign using the notion of self-indulgence and 'me-time', as they experience it in the context of their everyday lives. It shows how women attempt to reconcile the mixed emotions that the Red campaign evokes in them.
M3 - Article
VL - 32
SP - 35
EP - 45
JO - Journal of Advertisng
JF - Journal of Advertisng
SN - 0091-3367
IS - 1