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Alcohol Advertisements On Social Media: A Study Of How Alcohol Advertisements On Social Media Platforms Appeal To Young People, Alexis Campbell 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Alcohol Advertisements On Social Media: A Study Of How Alcohol Advertisements On Social Media Platforms Appeal To Young People, Alexis Campbell

Journalism Undergraduate Honors Theses

Underage drinking is not uncommon and is associated with a number of school, social, legal, emotional, behavioral, health problems, and even death. This research seeks to explore alcohol-related social media advertisements across a variety of alcohol types, alcohol brands, and social media platforms. This was accomplished by a content analysis of the most popular alcohol brands’ advertisements on the Internet that examined the strategies used to appeal to consumers and the overall content patterns and characteristics of online alcohol advertisements. The strategy used differed by brand and alcohol type, but the most common themes included “taste,” “seasonal,” “holiday,” “recipe,” and ...


Application Of Crisis Communication Theories During The 2019 College Admissions Scandal: Operation Varsity Blues, Rebecca Grach 2021 Liberty University

Application Of Crisis Communication Theories During The 2019 College Admissions Scandal: Operation Varsity Blues, Rebecca Grach

Senior Honors Theses

Operation Varsity Blues was a federal investigation in 2019 that discovered an enormous college admissions scandal, where wealthy parents were paying to have someone bribe school officials or coaches with the end goal of having their child accepted into an elite university. As the investigation was released, each of the eight universities involved sent out press releases that explained where the university stood regarding the scandal and what they were doing in response. Using the well-establish crisis communication theories of Benoit’s Image Repair Theory (1995) and Coomb’s Situational Crisis Communication Theory (2007), a qualitative content analysis on the ...


Psychological Scene Gist And The Perception Of Sustainable Business Models Via Digital Media Audit, Shelby Hansen 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Psychological Scene Gist And The Perception Of Sustainable Business Models Via Digital Media Audit, Shelby Hansen

Marketing Undergraduate Honors Theses

The technology space is giving rise to new business models that impact how we interact with companies, the causes we are interested in, and even our perception of how we process information. Within those contexts, I will be using the psychological concept of scene gist to explore the sustainable business model of clean beauty and investigate the technological ways that these companies interact with Gen Z consumers via social media. Gen Z consumers want to interact with companies who are socially responsible and who contribute to causes they believe in. The clean beauty trend is spearheading efforts to eliminate harmful ...


Personification In Advertising: A Rhetorical Analysis Of Digital Video Ads In The Insurance Industry, Dorm Kpedor 2021 East Tennessee State University

Personification In Advertising: A Rhetorical Analysis Of Digital Video Ads In The Insurance Industry, Dorm Kpedor

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Major companies in the insurance industry—notably Allstate, Progressive, and Farmers—often employ personification as a creative rhetorical tool in digital video advertisements. By leveraging brand characters in various ways, these companies seek to establish trust and engender emotional impact in customers. Allstate ascribes destructive characteristics that are associated with house cats to its Mayhem character; in doing so they evoke the desired emotional responses of humor and fear. Progressive creates and deploys the Motaur character, a visual personification and play on the Centaur; in this case, the company’s rhetorical strategy is to evoke humor and nostalgia that resonate ...


Artists On The Rise: An Exploration Of The Role That Brand Collaboration Prestige Plays In The Development Of Identification And Artist Attractiveness, Isabel Soldner 2021 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Artists On The Rise: An Exploration Of The Role That Brand Collaboration Prestige Plays In The Development Of Identification And Artist Attractiveness, Isabel Soldner

Chancellor’s Honors Program Projects

No abstract provided.


Social Media Preferences Of Individuals Seeking Graduate Business Degrees, Peyton N. Boxberger, Hannah C. Lee 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Social Media Preferences Of Individuals Seeking Graduate Business Degrees, Peyton N. Boxberger, Hannah C. Lee

Management Undergraduate Honors Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to provide actionable insight to the Walton MBA Programs Office for a cohesive social media strategy that is inclusive of all audiences. This research hopes to help the Walton MBA program better understand potential and current students based on their social media behavior and learn how social media use has changed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. This report will analyze the results of a survey crafted to better understand the social media preferences of individuals seeking graduate business degrees. From these, a social media marketing strategy can be created to tailor content to ...


The Pandemic Intern Of Nestlé Usa, Brenna Rose Beck 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

The Pandemic Intern Of Nestlé Usa, Brenna Rose Beck

Marketing Undergraduate Honors Theses

Over the summer of 2020, I had the privilege to intern with Nestlé USA (NUSA), a sector of the multinational food and beverage processing conglomerate corporation that is headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. As of 2014, Nestlé is known as the largest food and beverage company in the entire world. Over the course of ten weeks, I was able to learn from an immense number of opportunities that were available to me while working for this corporation. Nestlé was founded in 1866 by Henri Nestlé, originally as the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company that was aimed towards leveraging a safe, long shelf-life ...


Analyzing The Social Aspect Of E-Cigarette Prevention With College-Aged Consumers, Emily Wilson 2021 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Analyzing The Social Aspect Of E-Cigarette Prevention With College-Aged Consumers, Emily Wilson

Honors Theses

This research investigated how social aspects influence college-aged e-cigarette users’ decision to use or quit using these devices. We conducted interviews of 10 young adult e-cigarette users and past users to explore three main topics: their experience with e-cigarettes, their evaluation of selected picture and narrative-based advertisements, and preventative phrasing they would suggest for future advertisements. We identified that social influence on young adults’ e-cigarette consumption/cessation revolved around three primary themes: availability of the device, peer pressure, and change of perspective. More importantly, we discovered that the effect of these themes would differ, and the source of the social ...


“Merry Christmas!” & “Happy Holidays!” Consumer Reactions To Holiday Advertising Messaging, Gaelle Moal – Ulvoas, Valerie A. Taylor, Elizabeth A. Minton 2021 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

“Merry Christmas!” & “Happy Holidays!” Consumer Reactions To Holiday Advertising Messaging, Gaelle Moal – Ulvoas, Valerie A. Taylor, Elizabeth A. Minton

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2021

No abstract provided.


Trader Joe's Case Study, Madisson Magee 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Trader Joe's Case Study, Madisson Magee

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

My senior project is focused around analyzing Trader Joe’s business model and writing a case study focusing on the management strategies of the company. I wanted to know what made them so successful and recognizable as brand in the grocery store industry. My case study is based off of a Harvard Business School published case. Not only did I want to understand their success, but also what factors impact them and what issues they face in maintaining a successful business model. To do this, I analyzed many aspects of their company, where they stand against competitors and internal and ...


Policymap, Melissa M. Johnson, Charlene Cain 2021 Alvin Sherman Library

Policymap, Melissa M. Johnson, Charlene Cain

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Towards New Strategies For Improving The Transfer Of Innovation Between University And The Food Industry, Ciaran O'Connell, Gwilym A. Williams 2021 TuDublin

Towards New Strategies For Improving The Transfer Of Innovation Between University And The Food Industry, Ciaran O'Connell, Gwilym A. Williams

Level 3

All commerce relies on effective strategies for completing a deal, but conducting the transaction at the university-industry interface with an intangible asset represented by research results remains a difficult proposition. Beyond differences of mission and culture, it is usually assumed that the established language of technology transfer can permit productive communication by a university across a wide diversity of industries. However, the experience of the authors indicates that an appreciation of aspects such as subtleties of language, conflicting goals, and market understanding must also be brought to bear in successfully completing a transaction. Information asymmetry remains a key challenge to ...


The Role Of Country Of Origin, Perceived Value, Trust, And Influencer Marketing In Determining Purchase Intention In Social Commerce, Ali A. Abou Ali, Alaa A. Ali, Nehale Mostapha 2021 PhD Student, Department of Management, Faculty of Business Administration, Beirut Arab University, Beirut, Lebanon

The Role Of Country Of Origin, Perceived Value, Trust, And Influencer Marketing In Determining Purchase Intention In Social Commerce, Ali A. Abou Ali, Alaa A. Ali, Nehale Mostapha

BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior

The paper aims to improve understanding about the causes why customers intend to purchase online through social media networks. The study examined factors affecting purchase intention namely: country of origin effect, trust, perceived value, and influencer marketing on the willingness of buyers to purchase clothes through social commerce. A questionnaire was established for data collection, and 400 forms were collected in Lebanon, and were analyzed using SEM to examine the relationships in the conceptual framework suggested. Results designated that country of origin, trust, and perceived value were three significant precursors of customers’ purchase intention in the context of social commerce ...


Place Branding As A Mode Of Urban Governance And Verticalisation: The Case Of Tokyo And New York, Z. Ruya Yuksel 2021 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Place Branding As A Mode Of Urban Governance And Verticalisation: The Case Of Tokyo And New York, Z. Ruya Yuksel

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This thesis explores how place branding activities are amalgamated into the urban governance policies and how skyscrapers are weaved into this process by studying two of the top ten most vertical cities in the world: Tokyo and New York.

Fascination with building up towards the sky is nothing new. Yet what is new is that skyscrapers are becoming as part of place branding strategies which are seeping into urban governance practices. Concepts of place branding, urban development, spatial planning and governance are now being discussed and understood as significant elements of the same process where branding informs configurations and development ...


The Role Of Social Networks In Delay Of University Students Academics In Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Rahoo Mr 2021 Mehran University of Engineering and Technology

The Role Of Social Networks In Delay Of University Students Academics In Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Rahoo Mr

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of social network in academic delay of University students of Pakistan. The study design was the quantitative and applied descriptive. The population of the study was students of under graduate program of universities. Multistage cluster sampling techniques was used to select the respondents of the study. The size of sample was 375 participants of study. Primary data collection through questionnaire which was adopted in this study, from previous studies of Solomon and Rothblum Academic Procrastination Questionnaire (1984) and Social Networks Questionnaire developed by the authors. Data analyses for required data ...


Price Optimization For Revenue Maximization At Scale, Nikhil Gupta, Massimiliano Moro, Kailey A. Ayala, Bivin Sadler 2021 Southern Methodist University

Price Optimization For Revenue Maximization At Scale, Nikhil Gupta, Massimiliano Moro, Kailey A. Ayala, Bivin Sadler

SMU Data Science Review

This study presents a novel approach to price optimization in order to maximize revenue for the distribution market of non-perishable products. Data analysis techniques such as association mining, statistical modeling, machine learning, and an automated machine learning platform are used to forecast the demand for products considering the impact of pricing. The techniques used allow for accurate modeling of the customer’s buying patterns including cross effects such as cannibalization and the halo effect. This study uses data from 2013 to 2019 for Super Premium Whiskey from a large distributor of alcoholic beverages. The expected demand and the ideal pricing ...


Virtual Reality As A Tool To Study The Influence Of The Eating Environment On Eating Behavior: A Feasibility Study, James H. Oliver, James Hollis 2021 Iowa State University

Virtual Reality As A Tool To Study The Influence Of The Eating Environment On Eating Behavior: A Feasibility Study, James H. Oliver, James Hollis

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

In this manuscript, we describe a new approach to study the effect of the eating environment on food intake and eating behavior using virtual reality technology. Fifteen adults consumed pizza rolls in two virtual reality (VR) environments: a restaurant and a table in an empty room. The participants’ food intake, eating parameters (e.g., masticatory parameters and eating rate), and their sensory evaluation of the test food was measured. The participants’ sense of presence (the feeling of being in the virtual environment) and markers of arousal were also measured. There was no statistical significant difference in food intake or the ...


Current Economics And Management Sciences Research, Nuriye Güreş, Burcu Yilmaz, Eda Rukiye Dönbak, Simge Samanci, Kumru Didem Atalay, Feride Bahar Isin, Hatime Kamilcelebi, Mustafa Yıldırım, Yasemin Kaya, Eda Yılmaz Alarçin, Karahan Kara, Polat Yücekaya 2021 Iskenderun Technical University

Current Economics And Management Sciences Research, Nuriye Güreş, Burcu Yilmaz, Eda Rukiye Dönbak, Simge Samanci, Kumru Didem Atalay, Feride Bahar Isin, Hatime Kamilcelebi, Mustafa Yıldırım, Yasemin Kaya, Eda Yılmaz Alarçin, Karahan Kara, Polat Yücekaya

Social, Humanity and Administrative Sciences

This book, which contains researches related to current Economics and Management Sciences from different sectors, consists of 7 chapters. The cahpers are about on Protectionism Tendencies in International Trade, Eco Tourism Development, Cultural Route Study, Healthcare Managers, banking sector and covid-19, Experiential Marketing and Technological Innovation.


Consumer Perceptions Of Podcast Advertising: Theater Of The Mind And Story Selling, M. Olguta (Olga) Vilceanu, Kristine Johnson, Alexis Burns 2021 Rowan University

Consumer Perceptions Of Podcast Advertising: Theater Of The Mind And Story Selling, M. Olguta (Olga) Vilceanu, Kristine Johnson, Alexis Burns

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2021

COVID-19 has changed the ways in which people manage education, work, and entertainment. This study sought to identify the types of attitudes and behaviors which promote mutually rewarding connections between podcasts, audiences, and advertisers. Survey results underlined the utmost importance for the podcast advertising industry to connect and engage listeners, in order for the overall billion-dollar ad buys to have the desired effect. About two-thirds of the participants listen to 6 or more shows during an average week and prefer live-narrated ads where podcast hosts banter and tell convincing stories about their experiences with advertised products. Key findings indicate that ...


Bridging The Gap Between Customer Value And Firm Performance: Strategic Implications Of Social Media Marketing Relationships, Manisha Mathur 2021 Augusta University

Bridging The Gap Between Customer Value And Firm Performance: Strategic Implications Of Social Media Marketing Relationships, Manisha Mathur

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2021

No abstract provided.


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