2 edition of Social indicators--a marketing perspective. found in the catalog.
Social indicators--a marketing perspective.
Polia Lerner Hamburger
Based upon the author"s thesis: An exploratory study of the meaning of social indicators in product strategy.
|Other titles||An exploratory study of the meaning of social indicators in product strategy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 116 p.|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Social Indicators: A Marketing Perspective was written by Polia Lerner Hamburger and originally published in This work is a comprehensive review on social indicators from the perspective of marketing implications.
This monograph reports a comprehensive tracing of the historical development of social indicators and presents a viewpoint on the state of the art social indicators which may. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hamburger, Polia Lerner, Social indicators--a marketing perspective.
[Chicago, American Marketing Association, ]. Basically this article will try to see the in sight of social marketing in various theoretical and conceptual settings.
Though the social marketing approach has been developed from commercial marketing, it is a holistic approach from many disciplines from other social sciences like marketing, psychology, sociology, mass communication and by: 6.
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Social marketing evolved out of Philip Kotler and Gerald Zaltman's realization that the marketing principles used to sell products to consumers could also be used to sell ideas and behaviors. InZaltman and Kotler published the article, Social Marketing: An Approach to Planned Social Change was published in the Journal of Marketing.
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Trevor R. Parmenter, in International Review of Research in Mental Retardation, A Social Indicators. Objective measures of social indicators have been supported on the basis that they provide a scientific and systematic approach to the study of quality of life.
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Email. Social marketing offers a macro perspective, combin-ing numerous components, notably the multifaceted conceptions of product, costs, and benefits, as well as audience segmentation, policy change, and competition (see Bracht & Rice in Chapter 20 and Rice & Robinson in Chapter 16).
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Social media has become a requirement for digital marketing because research shows that most consumers have a habit of spending a minimum of half an hour per day in various social media sites. This goes especially for small/medium businesses that are looking to create a niche in the market.SOCIAL MARKETING: A BRIEF OVERVIEW Evolution and Definition When this book was completed init had been exactly 40 years since the pub-lication of Kotler and Levy’s () pioneering article, “Broadening the Concept of Marketing.” It was in this article that the idea of social marketing was first intro-duced and discussed.