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Sugardale Marketing Research Project, Brandon Gray, Xavier Zup, Alexis Rossilli, Robert Britton 2024 The University of Akron

Sugardale Marketing Research Project, Brandon Gray, Xavier Zup, Alexis Rossilli, Robert Britton

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

This is a marketing research project for Sugardale meat company. Our group will be conducting primary and secondary research in order to answer questions and achieve goals that will help the Sugardale meat company market to millennials.


New Approaches For Teaching Advertising: Looking Through The Lens Of Social Justice To Affect Career Behaviors And Choices, Pamela K. Morris, Minjin (MJ) Rheu 2023 Loyola University Chicago

New Approaches For Teaching Advertising: Looking Through The Lens Of Social Justice To Affect Career Behaviors And Choices, Pamela K. Morris, Minjin (Mj) Rheu

Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

This exploratory study reviewed how a way of teaching advertising and strategic communication through the lens of social justice and as an active agent to impact society influenced student perspectives. Weaving together engaged scholarship and engagement of hope as a framework for investigation, an introductory advertising course was designed to incorporate social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Students were interviewed about their learnings, feelings, and career hopes and choices. Assignments and year end reflections were also examined for ideas of social justice and pedagogical approaches. Findings indicate students are knowledgeable of the power and influence of advertising and are …


De-Influencers And Social Media Trends, Misha Harneja, Emma Han 2023 Chapman University

De-Influencers And Social Media Trends, Misha Harneja, Emma Han

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Influencers are content creators who collaborate with brands to promote a brand image or specific products to their followers.

In a new social media trend, influencers have also become “deinfluencers” who advocate against certain behaviors or products. Throughout this project, we aim to understand the new “trend” of “deinfluencers”.

The diversity of opinions and motivations for deinfluencers makes it challenging to uncover their motivations for creating this type of content. Our project combines secondary data research on popular press articles and primary data collection on Instagram and TikTok.


Unethical Marketing And Advertising To Children: Need For Regulation, Dr Sheetal Kapoor, Vikas Trivedi 2023 Professor, Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi

Unethical Marketing And Advertising To Children: Need For Regulation, Dr Sheetal Kapoor, Vikas Trivedi

International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) lays emphasis to regulate advertising targeted at children globally as kids are inexperienced and vulnerable to adverse impact of promotions by marketers and such regulations are trailing behind.1 Ensuring a robust regulatory mechanism and its effective enforcement remains the biggest challenge globally. The present paper studies the rationale of advertisements targeting children, assesses the impact of contemporary media advertisements on children and appraises the existing regulatory landscape of children targeted advertisements in India. It pushes for the need for stronger regulatory framework in the emerging markets.


Medical Tourism & Communication, Alicia Mason 2023 Pittsburg State University

Medical Tourism & Communication, Alicia Mason

Faculty Submissions

Medical tourism (MT), sometimes referred to as health tourism or medical travel, involves both the treatment of illness and the facilitation of wellness, with travel. Medical tourism is a multifaceted and multiphase process involving many agents and actors that requires careful planning and execution. The coordinated process involves the biomedical, transportation, tourism, and leisure industries. From the communication perspective, the process can be viewed as a 5-stage model consisting of the: (a) orientation, (b) preparation, (c) experiential and treatment, (d) convalescence, and (e) reflection phases. Medical tourism is uniquely situated in a nexus of academic literature related to communication, business …


International Tourists' Perceptions Towards Destination Brand Image: A Case Study Of Socotra Island, Yemen, Ahmed Abdullah Omer, Madhuri Sawant, Rajesh Ragde 2023 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University , Aurangabad India

International Tourists' Perceptions Towards Destination Brand Image: A Case Study Of Socotra Island, Yemen, Ahmed Abdullah Omer, Madhuri Sawant, Rajesh Ragde

Journal of Tourism Insights

The influence of brand image on consumer behavior is widely recognized. It affects how tourists make pre-purchase decisions, making destinations with more substantial images more likely to be chosen. Additionally, the destination needs a strong brand image to maintain its position in the competitive business world. Product differentiation is crucial because Socotra Island, the research area, has a unique landscape, botanical, marine, and bird biodiversity, and cultural and heritage features and offers tremendously attractive destinations. Purposive random sampling was used to gather data from 410 international tourists at the sample locations for this study, which intends to examine how tourists …


Increasing The Acceptance Of Cultivated Meat, Mark CHONG 2023 Singapore Management University

Increasing The Acceptance Of Cultivated Meat, Mark Chong

Asian Management Insights

Factors to consider when designing communication strategies for diverse nations.


Gift Sharing On Social Media: What Drives It?, Mira Lee, Yoon-Hee Kang 2023 Professor, CAU Business School, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea

Gift Sharing On Social Media: What Drives It?, Mira Lee, Yoon-Hee Kang

Asia Marketing Journal

This study examines factors influencing gift sharing on social media. An online survey gathered data from American adults. It investigates how motivations for social media content posting, gift attributes, giver characteristics, and recipient reactions affect gift-sharing behavior. Findings show self-expression motives in content posting drive sharing, while social interaction motives do not. Gifts perceived as experiential and expensive are more likely to be shared. Recipient-centric gifts positively influence gift sharing, while giver-centric gifts hinder sharing. Attitude towards the gift predicts sharing, while appreciation does not. The study enhances understanding of gift sharing on social media and offers marketing insights for …


Winning Back Attendance: Effects Of Winning Performance, Online Search, And The Mlb Rule Changes For More Dynamic Games, Rhino Kim, Sue Ryung Chang 2023 Master’s Student, School of Business, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Winning Back Attendance: Effects Of Winning Performance, Online Search, And The Mlb Rule Changes For More Dynamic Games, Rhino Kim, Sue Ryung Chang

Asia Marketing Journal

As Major League Baseball (MLB)’s continuous decline in popularity has caused its game attendance to drop gradually, the league makes a desperate attempt such as game rule changes to remain relevant. Along with the introduction of new rules to make games more dynamic such as the pitch clock, bigger bases, and defensive shift limitations, it is important for MLB franchises to understand drivers for game attendance. We focus on the effect of accumulated winning performance of the two teams on game attendance, one of the key drivers of game attendance, and investigate how it is influenced by consumer and industry …


The Effects Of Self-Development, Self-Therapy, And Self-Presentation Motivations On Quality Of Life, Visitor Loyalty, And Omnivorous Cultural Engagement Through Visitor Satisfaction In Art Museums: Examining The Moderation Effect Of Age And Attitude Toward Sns Posting, Minyeong Yi, Suna La 2023 Marketing Manager, Changshin Life & Commercial District Association, Seoul, Korea

The Effects Of Self-Development, Self-Therapy, And Self-Presentation Motivations On Quality Of Life, Visitor Loyalty, And Omnivorous Cultural Engagement Through Visitor Satisfaction In Art Museums: Examining The Moderation Effect Of Age And Attitude Toward Sns Posting, Minyeong Yi, Suna La

Asia Marketing Journal

This study investigates the fulfillment of self-motivation including self-development, self-therapy, and self-presentation on the outcomes such as subjective quality of life, omnivorous cultural engagement, and visitor loyalty via visitor satisfaction in art museums. The analyses on 285 valid survey responses demonstrated that fulfillment of self-development and self-therapy needs have significant positive influence on visitor satisfaction. The effect of fulfilling self-presentation need on visitor satisfaction was found to be moderated by attitude toward SNS posting, while the age factor, based on generations, did not show a significant moderation effect. It was also found that visitor satisfaction positively influences visitor loyalty, including …


Updated Reviews And Trends In Consumer Neuroscience, Jin Ho Yun 2023 SKK Business School, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), South Korea and Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Wharton Neuroscience Initiative, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA

Updated Reviews And Trends In Consumer Neuroscience, Jin Ho Yun

Asia Marketing Journal

Consumer neuroscience methods have become prevalent in marketing research. Despite their proven significance, very little marketing research has addressed their applications in Asia. Thus, this review aims to introduce practical integrations with consumer neuroscience and marketing research and how they can be carefully applied to these fields, with some identified caveats. Specifically, I review the recent literature from top marketing and science journals to (1) highlight substantial applications of updated neuroscientific methods to marketing research and neuroforecasting approaches, (2) discuss the additional potential of computational models in these applications, and (3) offer a simple framework that adopts a multi-method approach …


Understanding The Continuance Intention To Use Chatbot Services, Jeeyeon Kim, Yiling Li, Jeonghye Choi 2023 Lecturer of Marketing, Department of Management and Marketing, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

Understanding The Continuance Intention To Use Chatbot Services, Jeeyeon Kim, Yiling Li, Jeonghye Choi

Asia Marketing Journal

Chatbot services have become an essential communication tool for interacting with consumers in e-commerce. To understand consumer behavior in the context of chatbot services, we apply the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to analyze continuance intention to use and additional predictors to explain behavioral intention. An analysis of data collected from 300 digital shopping users who had experienced chatbot services revealed that an extended TPB model holds for the continuous use of chatbot services, driven by both interaction and information quality. Accordingly, these findings provide a better understanding of consumer behavior toward chatbot services and valuable insights into digital customer …


Does Reputation Lead To Student Loyalty? The Case Of A Private Higher Education Institution, A State University, And A Local College, Jean Paolo G. Lacap, Jaime V. Cortez 2023 City College of Angeles

Does Reputation Lead To Student Loyalty? The Case Of A Private Higher Education Institution, A State University, And A Local College, Jean Paolo G. Lacap, Jaime V. Cortez

The South East Asian Journal of Management

Research Aims: The current research aims to analyse (1) the direct interrelationships of higher education institutions' (HEIs) reputation, student satisfaction, and student loyalty; (2) the mediating effect of student satisfaction on the relationship between HEI reputation and student loyalty; and (3) the moderating role of HEI type (private HEI [PHEI], state university/college [SUC], local university/college [LUC]) on the links between HEI reputation and student satisfaction, HEI reputation and student loyalty, and student satisfaction and loyalty.

Design/Methodology/Approach: All hypothesised relationships were analysed using partial least squares – structural equation modelling (PLS-SEM).

Research Findings: The results revealed that (1) HEI reputation …


Dynamics Of Employee Motivation And Employee Performance In Banking Sector, Muhammad Shoaib Hassan 2023 Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

Dynamics Of Employee Motivation And Employee Performance In Banking Sector, Muhammad Shoaib Hassan

Business Review

Employee motivation in banking has become one of the most considerable issues as every firm wants to make optimistic usage of their available human resources motivating them to achieve boosted performance. The study aimed to investigate the employee motivation dynamics in Pakistan conventional banking sector for employee performance circulating an adopted questionnaire online, considering 180 respondents as the sample size using a convenience probability sampling technique with a valid response rate of 78.89%. The findings employing SEM analysis using Smart PLS3 revealed a positive impact of employee motivation training and intrinsic rewards on the performance of bank employees. Furthermore, the …


The Dilemma Of Empty Halls, Joanna Lauer 2023 Cedarville University, Cedarville

The Dilemma Of Empty Halls, Joanna Lauer

Musical Offerings

Today, live classical concert attendance is low, a fact which threatens the careers of professional musicians. This paper examines recent statistics of classical concert attendance, theories as to why attendance rates are low, marketing methods for target audiences, and finally, recommendations to solve the dilemma of empty concert halls. To encourage concert attendance, classical music must be tastefully marketed to present-day audiences through the experience of technically excellent, musical, and interesting live performances. Ultimately, the relationship between art and its audience (the consumer) reveals that the key to the dilemma is the audience.


Generating Clicks: Display Advertising Within Social Media, Ronda Mariani, Thomas Tanner, Loreen Powell 2023 Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Generating Clicks: Display Advertising Within Social Media, Ronda Mariani, Thomas Tanner, Loreen Powell

Atlantic Marketing Journal

This research study developed a comprehensive social community prototype and tested a variety of display advertising scenarios to determine which scenario motivated social media users to click. Empirical research based upon 503 users of social media led to the development of several independent variables, which were identified in the study as display advertising scenarios. The display advertising scenarios tested in the study were video, animation, engagement, and brand familiarity, as well as the size and location of the display advertising within each social media prototype web page. Data collected identified which display advertisement scenarios motivated a social media user to …


Chatgpt Unveiled: Unleashing Ai Magic In Online Shopping And Digital Marketing, Jianping Huang, Mark J. Sciuchetti Dr. 2023 Jacksonville State University

Chatgpt Unveiled: Unleashing Ai Magic In Online Shopping And Digital Marketing, Jianping Huang, Mark J. Sciuchetti Dr.

Atlantic Marketing Journal

This research paper explores the use of AI, specifically ChatGPT, in interactive activities within

online shopping and digital marketing. The paper examines the potential of AI-powered chatbots

to enhance customer engagement, personalization, and marketing effectiveness. Through a

literature review, case studies, and user feedback analysis, the research highlights the benefits of

AI chatbots in providing real-time assistance, personalized recommendations, and improved

customer experiences. The paper also addresses ethical and privacy concerns associated with AI

implementation and discusses future research directions. The findings are expected to suggest

that AI-powered chatbots have the potential to revolutionize online shopping and digital

marketing by …


I Know That You Know That I Know: Meta-Parody Ads And Brand Credibility, Giuliana T. Mintiero 2023 Portland State University

I Know That You Know That I Know: Meta-Parody Ads And Brand Credibility, Giuliana T. Mintiero

University Honors Theses

In recent years, advertisers have been turning to a new form of humorous advertising to reach wary consumers. This study refers to this new form of advertising appeal as 'meta-parody' advertising, defined as humorous advertisements that parody advertising tropes for the sake of building credibility with the consumer. These ads are aimed at overcoming persuasion knowledge, which is what consumers use to cope with attempts to influence them. Despite the prevalence of meta-parody in contemporary advertising, there is no existing research on meta-parody ads, let alone their relationship with brand credibility. Previous research into humorous advertising has produced mixed views …


Responses To General Capabilities Framework For Tertiary Education, Tony Shannon 2023 CESA Dean

Responses To General Capabilities Framework For Tertiary Education, Tony Shannon

International Journal for Business Education

The Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) is consulting on how best to develop a general capabilities framework for tertiary education. This is being done with NOUS, a business management consultancy, and the Assessment Research Centre of the University of Melbourne


Eye-Tracking Benchmark Of Retail Grocery Packaging, Julie R. Suggs, Andrew Hurley, Paul Dawson, William S. Whiteside, Sarah F. Griffin 2023 Packaging School

Eye-Tracking Benchmark Of Retail Grocery Packaging, Julie R. Suggs, Andrew Hurley, Paul Dawson, William S. Whiteside, Sarah F. Griffin

Journal of Applied Packaging Research

Eye-tracking technology allows researchers from a wide array of disciplines to capture consumers’ viewing patterns and provides insight into where people look, when they look at something, and how long they look at it. Eye tracking can help investigate the subconscious considerations of consumers and can facilitate a wide range of research, especially in conjunction with other forms of data collection. The availability of eye-tracking technology has increased in the last decade, leading to more companies using this as their primary avenue for market research and consumer insight endeavors. Despite the popularity of eye-tracking technology, there have been few reports …


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