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Does It Pay to Shock? Reactions to Shocking and Nonshocking Advertising Content among University Students




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  • Dahl, Darren W. & Frankenberger, Kristina D. & Manchanda, Rajesh V., 2003. "Does It Pay to Shock? Reactions to Shocking and Nonshocking Advertising Content among University Students," Journal of Advertising Research, Cambridge University Press, vol. 43(03), pages 268-280, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:cup:jadres:v:43:y:2003:i:03:p:268-280_03

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