Affiliation: University of Calgary
- Food branding and young children's taste preferences: a reassessmentCharlene D Elliott
University of Calgary
Can J Public Health 104:e364-8. 2013..This study examines the effects of branding and packaging on young children's taste preferences...
- Marketing foods to children: are we asking the right questions?Charlene Elliott
Department of Communication and Culture, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Child Obes 8:191-4. 2012..Nutritionism further works to sidestep important questions pertaining to the ethics of food marketing, not to mention the way that marketing foods as fun and entertainment works to encourage overeating in children...
- Healthy choice?: Exploring how children evaluate the healthfulness of packaged foodsCharlene Elliott
Department of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
Can J Public Health 103:e453-8. 2012..This study explores children's nutrition knowledge with regard to packaged food products, to uncover strengths and difficulties they have in evaluating the healthfulness of these foods...
- Not so great: ten important myths about food advertising targeted to children in CanadaCharlene Elliott
Department of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Child Obes 9:286-91. 2013..Although public policy interventions seek to mitigate the impact of advertising on children, several pervasive myths often sidetrack effective discussions. This Perspective outlines and responds to ten common myths...
- A ban on marketing of foods/beverages to children: the who, why, what and how of a population health interventionDaniel J Dutton
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
Can J Public Health 103:100-2. 2012....