Definitions

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  • adjective covering all 360 degrees of a circle
  • adjective by extension comprehensive; incorporating all points of view
  • adjective able to turn freely about an axis

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Examples

  • "It's what I call a 360-degree conversation," he says.

    The Seattle Times

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Mr. Nikore, a senior corporate vice president at HCL Technologies Ltd., was among its 25 top leaders who went through performance evaluations known as "360-degree feedback" last year and shared the results company-wide via an internal website.

    Transparency Pays Off In 360-Degree Reviews

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

  • Food companies understand that and have expanded their advertising to cover every corner of this new media-immersed world in what one communications scholar calls "360-degree marketing," including Internet, video games, cellphones, sponsored Web games, marketing in schools and eye-level packaging with cartoon characters and popular kids movies.

    Donald Cohen: Junk Food Companies Contradict Themselves on Marketing to Kids

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