Consumer Behavior

ISBN-10: 0137371152
ISBN-13: 9780137371150
Edition: 5th 1998
List price: $110.00
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Description: This text covers theory and practice of advertising and promotion. Its writing style is well-suited for an undergraduate audience, and is written for advertising and promotion/marketing communication classes.

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Book details

List price: $110.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/24/1997
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 696
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.146
Language: English

This text covers theory and practice of advertising and promotion. Its writing style is well-suited for an undergraduate audience, and is written for advertising and promotion/marketing communication classes.

Michael S. Minor is professor of marketing and international business at the University of Texas, Pan American. He was educated at the University of North Carolina, American University, and Cornell and holds a PhD from Vanderbilt University. His research focuses on comparative consumer behavior, international marketing strategy, political risk, and the consumption of high-technology experiential products. He has published in the Journal of International Business Studies, the Journal of Consumer Marketing, International Studies of Management and Organization, the Journal of Services Marketing, International Business Review, Journal of Interactive Advertising, and elsewhere. He has written for business and popular media from PCWeek to Tennessee Business Magazine. He is past chairperson of the Consumer Behavior Special Interest Group, and past vice chair of the Technology and Marketing Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association, as well as a former member of the Global Marketing SIG�s board of directors. He is active in DOCNET, the association of business doctoral program administrators. He serves on multiple editorial advisory boards and is the coauthor with John C. Mowen of several consumer behavior books. He has won multiple master�s-level teaching awards and was recently the doctoral program professor of the year. His consulting experience includes work for UNCTAD�s Division on Investment, Technology and Enterprise Development and several U.S. and state government agencies. He has reviewed grant proposals for the Research Council of Norway as well as several U.S. agencies. He lived in Asia for a number of years, and speaks Chinese. He relaxes by playing the mandolin and harmonica for the country/classic rock groups RiverRock and Coastlands.

Introduction
An Introduction to Consumer Behavior
Consumer Behavior and the Marketing Manager
Individual Consumer Processes
Information Processing I: Involvement and Perception
Information Processing II: Memory and Cognitive Learning
Behavioral Learning
Consumer Motivation and Affect
Personality and Psychographics
Consumer Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors
Attitude, Belief, and Behavior Change
Persuasive Communications
Consumer Decision Processes I: Problem Recognition and Search
Consumer Decision Processes II: Evaluation and Choice
Postacquisition Processes, Consumer Satisfaction, and Brand Loyalty
The Consumer Environment
The Consumer Environment and the Impact of Situational Influences
Group Processes I: Group, Dyadic, and Diffusion Processes
Group Processes II: Household and Organizational Processes
Cultural Processes I: Culture and Popular Culture
Cultural Processes II: The Subcultural Environment and Demographics
International Issues in Consumer Behavior
The Dark Side of Consumer Behavior
Name Index
Subject Index

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