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What different research traditions say about Advertising and Why
NEW BOOK - Essentials of Advertising: The Impact On Society, Culture, & Business Practices
Advertising affects us all it surrounds us every day. Yet the key concepts of advertising have been developed over hundreds of years, by historians, psychologists, sociologists, business scholars, marketers and media researchers, all forming their own theories and models not to mention those from advertising practitioners themselves.
There is a vast array of diverse interpretations when it comes to advertising, with different research traditions studying the subject in extremely different ways. Essentials of Advertising, the brand new textbook from Robert Clulely, finally allows readers to understand not just what this plethora of different research says, but why they say it.
Full of meticulous research, this book offers students the chance to develop key analytical skills and practitioners the ability to exploit research in advertising. Designed to help students and practitioners navigate their way through the field, Essentials of Advertising offers a detailed overview of the impact of advertising on society, culture and markets, making it the essential textbook on advertising research and practice.
Including learning objectives, thought boxes, key questions and links to relevant videos and resources, this innovative textbook challenges preconceived notions about the industry and analyses the study of advertising as we know it.
Deftly constructed and concisely written, Essentials of Advertising challenges our preconceptions and invites us to consider this important and complex industry in a new light. Mark Tungate, author of Adland: A Global History of Advertising
This book is a rigorous, theoretically informed and clearly written introduction to advertising. It deserves the serious attention of students and scholars alike. Professor Mark Tadajewski, Professor of Marketing, Durham University
About the Authors: Dr Robert Cluley is assistant professor at Nottingham University Business School. He has contributed to a range of texts on branding and advertising, along with research publications and edited collections. He teaches in the fields of branding, advertising and marketing communications.
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Essentials of Advertising ISBN: 9780749478391,
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