Stopping Ad Creep, Relationship Damage, Marriage Age
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1193
- May 18, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:24:43 mins
Stopping Ad Creep (16:09) Mark Bartholomew writes and teaches in the areas of intellectual property and law and technology, with an emphasis on copyright, trademarks, advertising regulation, and online privacy at the University at Buffalo School of Law. Does it ever feel like you live in one big commercial? More and more billboards are popping up while your Google searches and social media accounts are getting flooded with advertisements. Mark Bartholomew is with us today to discuss his upcoming book, Adcreep: The Case Against Modern Marketing. Ways you are Damaging Relationships (1:04:37) Jessie Shepherd is a Mental Health Counselor and owner of Blue Clover Therapy in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Utah. Her focus is treating trauma, eating disorders and adjustment issues in adults, adolescents, children and their families. Marriage Age (1:52:00) Nicholas H. Wolfinger is Professor of Family and Consumer Studies and Adjunct Professor of Sociology at the University of Utah. Wolfinger is also the author of about 40 articles or chapters, as well as short pieces in The Atlantic, National Review, Huffington Post, and other outlets. He is also the author of many different books, his latest one being “Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Children, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos.” According to a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau, most Americans will eventually marry. But while 80 percent of Americans were married by age 30 in 1970, that same share hasn't tied the knot until age 45 today. The report, "The Changing Economics and Demographics of Young Adulthood from 1975 to 2016," finds the milestones to adulthood are changing. Why is this and what milestones are we talking about? Nicholas Wolfinger give us some more information about this new social pattern.