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  1. Karl Harris, a marketing critic, is concerned about the pervasiveness of marketing. He points out that advertising messages are everywhere, from Web sites and e-mails to unwanted direct mail and catalogs to television commercials and product tie-ins to billboards and store signage. Karl is concerned about **_**.

a) the balance between private goods and social goods
b) cultural pollution
c) deceptive practices
d) false wants and too much materialism
e) high packaging costs