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Think Of Me As Evil: Opening the ethical debates in advertising

Think Of Me As Evil: Opening the ethical debates in advertising

PIRC & WWF-UK | October 24, 2011

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The Common Cause Handbook

The Common Cause Handbook

Public Interest Research Centre (PIRC) | July 18, 2011 Buy a hard copy.

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Finding Frames: New ways to engage the UK public in global poverty

Finding Frames: New ways to engage the UK public in global poverty

Andrew Darnton & Martin Kirk | March 27, 2011

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Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values

Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values

Tom Crompton | September 15, 2010

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