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Turning Teenagers into Stores

S.K. Nair, B. Crispo, A.S. Tanenbaum, R. Gerrits
2008 Computer  
Turning Teenagers into Stores T he intersection of computers, the Internet, music, and teenagers has uprooted the music industry.  ...  This knowledge has led some music executives to dream of turning teenagers into stores, legally reselling songs they've bought, a concept more prosaically called superdistribution. 1 A MODEL FOR RESELLING  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2008.66 fatcat:rk555xu43jhwzphwinhdyqgviu

Effects of mall atmosphere on mall evaluation: Teenage versus adult shoppers

Marie-Claude Massicotte, Richard Michon, Jean-Charles Chebat, M. Joseph Sirgy, Adilson Borges
2011 Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services  
In turn, selfcongruity and functional congruity positively affect mall evaluation for both adult and teenage shoppers.  ...  However, as expected, the impact of atmosphere on self-congruity is only significant for teenagers.  ...  They observed that upscale malls generated higher levels of self-congruity that in turn enhanced store quality perceptions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretconser.2010.10.001 fatcat:r7shfjgttfhylgspvgs4c7i2tu

Do Not Use Lamaze Breathing in a Shoe Store

Deb Gauldin
2005 The Journal of Perinatal Education  
I swallowed hard and followed her into the store. I went to the short, stubby-shoe section and she headed for the long, narrow area.  ...  Haven't many of us turned to Lamaze in the dentist's chair? If practiced, these skills are internalized, and can be called upon in many situations.  ... 
doi:10.1624/105812405x23586 pmid:17273425 pmcid:PMC1595237 fatcat:un64dq6mcbcaflnqbeuddhhlzi

Page 6 of Photolith, ScM Vol. 27, Issue 3 [page]

1976 Photolith, ScM  
Don’t walk into a store and put your hand out and expect the merchant to hand you an ad. The retailer isn’t usually a layout man or woman. By virtue of your ad rate, you are.  ...  Teenagers have special needs and wants and teenagers have money to spend! Best of all, few teenagers have outside demands on their income or allowances.  ... 

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2008 Computer  
This knowledge has led some music executives to dream of turning teenagers into stores.  ...  Secure and Easy Internet Turning Teenagers into Stores pp. 58-62 Srijith K. Nair, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2008.35 fatcat:epzvlvosdjdflgcubltc55sf6i

Page 1 of Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom Vol. 34, Issue 6 [page]

1985 Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom  
“‘We weren’t going to be pressured into it,’’ Eugene Walters, president of the firm, said of the NOW cam- paign. ‘‘But the films were offensive.’’  ...  It urges teenagers to call a toll-free number to obtain a free pamphlet on birth control.  ... 

Eaton's Goes to School: Youth Councils and the Commodification of the Teenaged Consumer at Canada's Largest Department Store, 1940-1960

Katharine Rollwagen
2014 Histoire sociale / Social History  
identity before the word "teenager" came into common use.  ...  Beginning in 1939, the Timothy Eaton Company, known across Canada as Eaton's, invited a group of teenaged girls into its Toronto department store on a weekly basis to give their opinions of the merchandise  ... 
doi:10.1353/his.2014.0058 fatcat:noqvvttdw5es5omdc7al7kfcae

I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by Google

Bruce Sterling
2006 New scientist (1971)  
There's no way to turn them off. The internet was designed without an off-switch.  ...  I walked up to the mall-store register, disguised in my Dad's business jacket, with cash in hand. They're cheap, aerosol spray cans.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0262-4079(06)60503-4 fatcat:2a3cezk6vrb3ffhrnzou6zgm7u

Minimum Wage Effects on Employment, Substitution, and the Teenage Labor Supply: Evidence from Personnel Data

Laura Giuliano
2013 Journal of Labor Economics  
However, increases in the relative wages of teenagers led to significant increases in the relative employment of teenagers, especially younger and more affluent teenagers.  ...  Where the legislation affected mainly the wages of teenagers and so was only moderately binding, it led both to higher teenage labor market participation and to higher absolute employment of teenagers.  ...  In the first graphical analysis, the sample is split at the median of the relevant wage gap variable into "high-impact" and "low-impact" stores.  ... 
doi:10.1086/666921 fatcat:2jlgaewa7jb6ffuhvb5heyliza

Minors buy e-cigs online with ease. What about pot?

Roger Collier
2017 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
S ome online retailers put little effort into verifying the ages of their customers.  ...  Another federal government study, conducted in 2014, found that minors who attempted to buy e-cigarettes at stores after being denied access to regular cigarettes were turned away 90.2% of the time.  ... 
doi:10.1503/cmaj.1095474 pmid:28847788 pmcid:PMC5573552 fatcat:uqkjxyfhhzhupozkf6gbjknjqq

Supplemental Material, TheRealCost_1_31_2017_Appendix_A - Effect of a National Tobacco Public Education Campaign on Youth's Risk Perceptions and Beliefs About Smoking

Jennifer C. Duke, Matthew C. Farrelly, Tesfa N. Alexander, Anna J. MacMonegle, Xiaoquan Zhao, Jane A. Allen, Janine C. Delahanty, Pamela Rao, James Nonnemaker
2018 Figshare  
A teenage boy enters the Circus Jiffy, a creepy convenience store.  ...  When the creatures reach him, they turn into smoke, which the teen inhales. We recognize that the creatures represent the toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke. The teen coughs.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.6473984.v1 fatcat:podzyvmnvzg6fgntk7tzovoh6m

A System to Compose Movies for Cross-Cultural Storytelling: Textable Movie [chapter]

Catherine Vaucelle, Glorianna Davenport
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
By improvising movie-stories created from their personal video database and by suddenly being projected into someone else's video database during the same story, young adults are challenged in their beliefs  ...  We divided the week into different activities: each day, the teenagers experimented with our video tools for 3-4 hours.  ...  We finally observed that the teenagers were constantly into creating specific content for their audience, and were excited about sharing their database with other countries.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27797-2_17 fatcat:ox5hp7656fg6pburgcqhb7ttom

Page 23 of American Sportswear & Knitting Times Vol. 37, Issue 8 [page]

1968 American Sportswear & Knitting Times  
In 1966, an estimated 2.8 million dozen knit blouses and shirts, sweaters and swim suits in girls and teenage girls sizes Were turned out.  ...  Vol- ume that year proved to be a casualty of tight money and cutbacks in retail store purchasing budgets.  ... 

Page 22 of Current Vol. , Issue 485 [page]

2006 Current  
I waved the girls away while I paid the bill, only to turn around and find them standing by a magazine rack filled with pornography.  ...  After a few hours we pulled into a gas station that had an ice cream counter. I left the teens to order and made a quick trip to the ladies room.  ... 

Sources of tobacco for youths in communities with strong enforcement of youth access laws

J. R DiFranza
2001 Tobacco Control  
For high school age smokers, teenage store clerks are a major source. Teenage clerks sell to other teenagers, steal tobacco, and help their friends steal from their employers.  ...  In communities where youths could purchase or steal tobacco from stores, the primary reason was that teenagers were working as store clerks.  ...  Locating a store that will sell to minors "If you go to the wrong store you're definitely going to get turned down, but most people who smoke know what stores to go to."  ... 
doi:10.1136/tc.10.4.323 pmid:11740022 pmcid:PMC1747607 fatcat:k72wj6wtsfep5cfw7ijmw6333e
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