Other AEF Resources

Race & Ethnicity in Advertising is brought to you by The ANA Educational Foundation who also provides the following online resources:

aef.com—The AEF Website

The site provides access to materials and information on advertising not found elsewhere. It offers extensive exhibits of current and historical advertising such as the Clio, OBIE and Multicultural Excellence Awards as well as case histories, book excerpts and interviews of industry giants. Aef.com is updated regularly and receives over 50,000 unique visitors per month.
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Advertising & Society Review—Scholarly Journal

Advertising & Society review (A&SR) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly by the AEF and devoted to consideration of advertising from the social, cultural and economic perspective. Edited by Linda M. Scott, Ph.D, Chair for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Said Business School, Oxford University, A&SR includes the work of scholars from the liberal arts and social sciences from the U.S. and abroad. A&SR is distributed to libraries at colleges and universities around the world by Johns Hopkins University Press Project MUSE.
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ADText—an Online Curriculum

ADText is an online/virtual “textbook” covering the multiple aspects of advertising and its role in society. The current 28 units can be used in its entirety as the textbook for a one-semester course or adapted for use in courses where one or more aspects of advertising are considered. Topics such as What is Advertising?, Representations of Masculinity and Femininity in Advertising and Multiculturalism in the Marketplace are authored by William M. O’Barr, Ph.D, Department of Cultural Anthropology at Duke University. Also distributed by JHUP Project Muse, ADText has open/free access via university e-journal collections and www.aef.com.
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