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Disempowering through definition: a dialogic ethics for understanding consumer vulnerability through Nike’s 'Mike and Spike' advertising and African American consumer history Through socio-historical and market analysis and through the lens of ethical theory, this research argues that past thinking about vulnerable audiences is insufficiently grounded in evidence, unsubtle in its understanding of markets, and unselfconscious about its own paternalism. As a result, such thinking can actually disempower the very audiences it sets out to protect. This project is not simply a commentary on branding or on an historical ...
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REVIEWS AND OPINIONS – Americans crave self-respect over security
"We found that people want respect for themselves and they want to be important to other people. Knowing this is important because, as marketers or advertisers, we can come up with strategies that are most useable to our audience and to our products," says marketing professor says Lynn Kahle. (Credit: iStockphoto ) U. OREGON (US)— The desire for self-respect has risen significantly in the last two decades as a core value for Americans. Meanwhile, the needs for both security and a sense of belonging have declined in the last 30 years. In the world of marketing and advertising, the findings indicate that people have ... market research, surveys and trends
Americans Happier with the IRS than with Facebook
The American Consumer Satisfaction Index finds Facebook scores in the bottom five percent of all the private sector companies it tracks, and lower than even the IRS. Facebook might be the most popular Web site in the United States, but it doesn’t seem like its users are very happy with it. According to the The 2010 American Consumer Satisfaction Index E-Business Report , the social networking titan managed to score 64 out of 100 points on the ACSI’s consumer satisfaction scale — and that ranking puts it in the bottom five percent of all the private sector companies the ACSI tracks, on the same tier as cable companies ... market research, surveys and trends


Information search and paid results — proposition and test of a ...
queries per day and present billions of results per week in ... reached almost $5.9 billion for the third quarter of 2008, representing an 11 percent increase over ...... Americans and advertising: thirty years of public opinion. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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For Campbell Soup, going healthy hurts
(FORTUNE) -- Since he took the helm in 2001, Campbell Soup chief executive officer Doug Conant has had a great run turning around the once ailing food manufacturer. But now he's facing a challenge no Campbell investor ever wanted to hear: America's growing disinterest in soup. While the company doesn't disclose dollar figures for its soup business, it's the biggest driver of performance -- its soups, sauces and beverages category accounted for about half of the company's $7.6 billion in sales for the fiscal year that ended last August and nearly 65% of its operating profit. Certainly the soup business ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
SEC Moves to Restrict Mutual Fund Fees
Mutual fund fees, one of the biggest costs for millions of Americans who manage their investments, are headed for an overhaul that could lessen the amounts that investors pay for sales and marketing activities of brokers, The New York Times’s Edward Wyatt reports . The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to propose a cap on the amount that fund investors can be required to pay in sales charges over the life of an investment. The proposal will also eliminate the class of fees known as 12b-1 charges, which are assessed annually to pay for sales and marketing activities of brokers and mutual fund ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


AMERICANS AND ADVERTISING: THIRTY YEARS OF PUBLIC. OPINION*. BY STEPHEN A. GREYSER AND RAYMOND A. BAUER. This historical analysis of American public opinion ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Americans Reject Tailored Advertising
Sep 29, 2009 ... It is also important to know whether Americans consider the very idea of tailored advertising a good idea, irrespective of how data are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
American Advertising: A Brief History
Despite or because of its ubiquity, advertising is not an easy term to define. Usually advertising attempts to persuade its audience to purchase a good or a service. But “institutional” advertising has for a century sought to build corporate reputations without appealing for sales. Political advertising solicits a vote (or a contribution), not a purchase. Usually, too, authors distinguish advertising from salesmanship by defining it as mediated persuasion aimed at an audience rather than one-to-one communication with a potential customer. The ...
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Google Answers: African-Americans in Advertising
There are substantially more African-Americans in TV commercials than there were 5 years ago. Is there a major advertising agency now headed by an African-American? Is there a significant contributing factor responsible for the dramatic increase in African-Americans in commercials now? Hello dlinwa-ga, According to Black Enterprise Magazine, the largest African American owned advertising agency is Globalhue, with annual billing of $400 million. 2005 B.E. Ad Agencies Globalhue ...
I want to find research on Americans' buying habits around retail ...
I'll take more general info, say on all toys, or all retail. The habits I care about have to do with in-store vs. on-line vs. catalog. Where would you find this? A good answer would be either (a) links to the research, or (b) the info itself with links back to the source. (Please don't just post data without providing source links. Thanks.) For example -- what percentage of dollars are spent in-store vs. online, how does that break out by the age of the buyer and the price of the toy, and how is that trending over time? posted 20 days ago in Internet Marketing , Direct Marketing | Closed Share This CEO, infoAnalytica ...