Glen Poole on the depiction of fathers in adverts

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Glen Poole on the depiction of fathers in adverts

Postby Elliott » 14 Aug 2014, 11:35

There's an interesting article in the Telegraph today by Glen Poole. I've never heard of him before but his article relates to something we have discussed here: the tendency of advertisers to depict men as idiots, especially husbands and fathers who are shown being over-shadowed and out-done by their wives. Poole suggests that this "fad" is approaching its end, thanks to public complaints to the advertisers.
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