Americans feel in control

Kanner, Bernice
October 1994
Advertising Age;10/10/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 43, p52
Trade Publication
Reports on a survey by Lifescapes which shows that majority of Americans feel in control of their lives. Areas or situation in which people would feel least in control; Americans' ways of making themselves feel more in control; Places or situations wherein Americans feel least secure; People with the most control in society; People with too much control. INSET: Marketing vets populate Lifescapes..


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