Advertising Industry Award for Kylie Moore ’16 and Her Essay on Gender and Society

Kylie Moore '16

Kylie Moore ’16

Kylie Moore’s essay on the cultural and economic implications of depicting women as “cute” in Japanese advertising has won an award from the Advertising Educational Foundation (and you may have seen the AEF’s full-page ad with Moore’s name in Monday’s New York Times).

Each year the foundation gives its $1,000 Alfred J. Seaman prize to an undergraduate who writes the best essay on advertising and its role in society, history and the economy. Read more.

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