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ARCHIVE: Superman and the Marlboro woman: The lungs of Lois Lane.

Discusses the effects on attitudes toward smoking of adolescent girls by the portrayal of Lois Lane as a Marlboro cigarette smoker in the film Superman II. The film is criticized for promoting cigarette smoking to an impressionable population
American Psychological Association
added May 18, 2018 18:16
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The Cigarette, The Batman, and The Youth: a History of Tobacco Regulations and Comic Books – Part V: Advocating for Industry Self-Regulation

U.S. has a long and relatively effective history of regulating tobacco advertisements in comic books. Regulating comic book smoking depictions, however, has a much shorter and less substantial history. The last post in this series addresses the future of
ComicCritter
added May 18, 2018 17:13
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The Cigarette, The Batman, and The Youth: a History of Tobacco Regulations and Comic Books – Part IV: Smoking Depictions and the First Amendment

we will explore Winters v. New York, Brown v. Entertainment Merchant Association, and Miller v. California to provide a framework to analyze whether smoking depictions could be statutorily regulated and withstand the heightened scrutiny applied to First A
ComicCritter
added May 18, 2018 17:11
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The Cigarette, The Batman, and The Youth: a History of Tobacco Regulations and Comic Books – Part III: Smoking Depiction Regulations and Anti-Smoking Messages

Superman fought a character called Nick O’Teen.[74] Superman’s message was, “With my X-ray vision I can see the harm that cigarettes do inside people’s bodies. That’s why I don’t smoke.” Oddly, Superman was also featured on candy cigarette packs at the sa
ComicCritter
added May 18, 2018 17:08
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The Cigarette, The Batman, and The Youth: a History of Tobacco Regulations and Comic Books – Part II: The Codes

Comics Code Authority seal...the code regulated advertising, which included banning all tobacco and liquor advertisements. The Comics Code of 1954 did not, however, regulate the depiction of tobacco use by comic book characters.
ComicCritter
added May 18, 2018 17:05
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The Cigarette, The Batman, and The Youth: a History of Tobacco Regulations and Comic Books – Part I: Introduction

This blog series examines the history of comic books and tobacco regulations....regulations, however, have not prevented tobacco advertisements from appearing in comic books. Internal tobacco documents show...have used purported anti-tobacco campaigns in
ComicCritter
added May 18, 2018 17:00
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[New York] UA Professor’s Exhibition Bites into Tobacco’s Influence in the Big Apple

the Big Apple was late to show much activism against one of the leading killers in the United States because of the heavy influence of its producers... The exhibition illustrates how New York City, which was home to hundreds of small cigar and cigarette
University of Alabama at Birmingham
added May 18, 2018 14:21
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Big Tobacco in the Big Apple: How New York City Became the Heart of the Tobacco Industry…and Anti-Smoking Activism

Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society (University of Alabama)
added May 15, 2018 16:19
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[New York] Celebrities Smoking in the Bathroom at the Met Ball: The Exhibit

The THNK1994 Museum is presenting our Spring Series celebrating 3 iconic pop culture moments!
Facebook
added May 7, 2018 16:40
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[New York] Revisiting One Of The Most Controversial Met Gala Moments Ever

museum donors didn’t take too kindly to seeing celebrities like Bella Hadid, Dakota Johnson, Frances Bean Cobain, and Marc Jacobs choosing...an art exhibit dedicated to it...tasked artists to come up with their own concepts depicting the most well-known i
Nylon
added May 7, 2018 16:35
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