Table of Contents
- The Overview
- Market Size and Growth
- Market Definition
- Current Population Trends
- Family Environment
- Indicators of Well-Being
- Consumer Behavior of Kids' Parents
- Younger Kids
- Boys and Girls
- Multicultural Kids
- Media Usage
- Marketing and Advertising Strategies
- Trends and Opportunities
Title: The U.S. Kids Market: Understanding the Trends and Lifestyles Affecting 3- to -12-Year-Olds, 6th Edition
Published: April 2004
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This completely new Packaged Facts report contains an up-to-date analysis of the buying power of the 40 million kids in the 3- to 12-year-old age group and their impact on the consumer behavior of their parents. The report begins with a series of chapters providing an in-depth assessment of demographic trends affecting the kids market. A comprehensive treatment of the consumer behavior of kids and their parents includes chapters on consumer expenditures by families with kids and analyses of key segments of the kids market, including younger kids (3- to 7-year-olds); tweens (8- to 12-year-olds); multicultural kids; and boys and girls. The next section of the report contains a review of the media usage habits of kids and an overview of marketing and advertising trends in the kids market. The report concludes with chapters on the size and growth of the kids market and an assessment of key trends shaping the kids market and strategic opportunities available to marketers.
The latest available research shows that kids are increasingly adept media users while their parents are becoming more and more concerned about limiting their kids’ access to media. At the same time, while kids continue to evolve into highly sophisticated consumers, parents and policy-makers are raising questions about products and marketing efforts geared toward kids. Against this background, marketers are also dealing with the challenges created by rapidly changing demographics in the kids market. These are but a few of the issues confronting marketers active in the kids market today that are addressed by this Packaged Facts report.
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