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Ius Et Veritas
In this article, the author develops the problem of sexist advertising and he sets out self-regulation as an alternative to sanction it. Along these lines, he introduces CONAR as an institution responsible for self-regulation within advertising, and he highlights the issuance of an objective criterion for evaluation and eventual sanction of sexist advertising, this within the framework of the validity of its Advertising Code of Ethics 2007, but after a series of modifications to regulatorydoi:10.18800/iusetveritas.201801.005 fatcat:3ngr2iq7ebfrfmojid2obm7y5y