This paper examines the consumer socialization of Japanese and American children from a socio-cultural and economic perspective. It presents the cultural differences between the two countries, and how these differences influence the marketing strategies in each country. Taking into consideration the television viewing habits and routine advertising strategies in Japan and USA, the paper offers the implications for Global Marketing Managers. Finally, the need for future research is addressed.



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