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It offers a critical evaluation of the theoretical frameworks that can be used to explain and utilise social media, providing discussion questions and further reading throughout. Readers are invited to think about the different types of social media users and explore topics such as brand loyalty, co-creation, marketing strategy, measurement, mobile platforms, privacy and ethics. As well as tracing the emergence and trends of Web 2.0 and what they mean for marketing, the author also considers the future for social media marketing.
The book is supported by real-life examples and case studies from a range of industries, companies and countries such as China, Canada, Sweden and Singapore. They include DHL (Germany), Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, Google (Taiwan), Addict Aide (France) Canada (opera Vancouver), Britain (British Tourism), Procter & Gamble (Global), Maggi (India), McDonalds (Global), eBags (US/Global), Vodafone (Romania).
Online resources for this book are available here
Suitable for Marketing, Advertising or Media students taking classes on social media or digital marketing at upper undergraduate, Masters or Doctoral level.
Marketing ethics has emerged in recent years as the key and collective concern within the ever-divergent fields of marketing and consumer research. This handbook brings together a rich and diverse body of scholarly research, with chapters on all major topics relevant to the field of marketing ethics, whilst also outlining future research directions.
PART 1: Foundations of Marketing Ethics
PART 2: Theoretical and Research Approaches to Marketing Ethics
PART 3: Marketing Ethics and Social Issues
PART 4: Issues in Consumer Ethics
PART 5: Ethical Issues in Specific Sectors
PART 6: Ethical Issues in the Marketing Mix
PART 7: Concluding Comments and Reflections
The book examines specific aspects of marketing activities, such as ethical considerations in relation to young consumers, potentially harmful products and criticism of the societal impact of medical, arts and tourism marketing activities. It then combines these with wider discussions of frameworks that enable marketers to respond to ethical challenges, supplemented by discussions of cross-cultural and international perspectives, consumer responses and ethical consumption movements as well as shifting historical perceptions of marketing ethics.
The book is accompanied by a companion website including: PowerPoint slides and teaching notes per chapter, links to free SAGE journal articles and online videos selected per chapter by the authors, quizzes per chapter and links to further reading online. Visit: https://study.sagepub.com/eagle
Marketing communication is a dynamic industry, which continues to change and adapt to new technologies, media consumption patterns and communication interfaces between marketers and their target markets. At the same time, the fundamental communication processes and well-established theories and models are very much applicable in this dynamic environment. This revised second edition blends the well-established with the new and emerging aspects of marketing communications.
Marketing Communications applies a uniquely practical approach to the topic, providing a structured overview of planning, development, implementation and evaluation of marketing communications, alongside detailed case studies that demonstrate how the theory translates to practice. Fully updated, the new edition considers important developments in the global marketplace. It includes new content on emerging digital media platforms, changing media consumption patterns and consumers’ strategies to cope with information overload. It also reflects upon consumer scepticism, a growing phenomenon that communication specialists need to overcome when designing and implementing effective campaigns. This new edition also considers the importance of marketing communications tools in not-for-profit sectors, such as social marketing and political marketing, as well as the cross-cultural aspect of marketing communications.
This textbook is essential reading for both students and professionals in marketing, communications and public relations. Online resources include an extensive instructors’ guide, which provides answer checklists to all Think boxes, Ethical issues and end-of-chapter cases within the book. The text is also supported by PowerPoint slides and test banks for all chapters and major cases.
Examples and case studies throughout help you to contextualise the text through popular brands and platforms such as Instagram, Dunkin Donuts, Amazon and also political marketing for social movements such as Extinction Rebellion.
This text is essential reading for all marketing students, researchers and practitioners today.
Social marketing is receiving unprecedented focus and support from government, the private sector and charities internationally. Social marketing attempts to educate people in the hope that they will make ‘informed’(i.e. healthy) choices regarding diet, lifestyle and health related issues. The effective application of social marketing principles can be complex and controversial. Social marketing planning cannot be reduced to a simple set of actions on a checklist; there is no single strategy for success and strategies that have proved successful with one population may not transfer to other populations. This text will explore the complexities involved in researching, planning and implementing effective social marketing programmes, using illustrative cases from both successful and unsuccessful real-world programmes.
The authors provide a critical analysis of the origins of social marketing as a concept and of the claims made by its supporters and detractors in order to highlight what social marketing can and cannot achieve. This is followed by a review of strategic issues that must be considered in developing social marketing programmes, including persuasion resistance, message relevance and message framing.
Key themes included in the text are the impact of cultural factors on health-related behaviours, ethical issues and attitudes as a key factor underlying health-related behaviours. The authors introduce concepts, theories and strategies that will aid the development, testing and implementation of social marketing interventions.
The book is suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students of business and marketing and those studying modules in social marketing.