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Key Words in Marketing

Length: 2,250 words +/-10% (= 2,025-2,475 words) excluding title page and bibliographic references.
In Assignment, your task is to select and analyse a Key Word in Marketing. Select ONE of the following Key Words in Marketing:
 Anti-Branding
 Brand Communities
 Brand Equity
 Cause-Related Marketing
 Consumer Boycotts
 Consumer Culture Theory
(CCT)
 Critical Marketing
 Customer Relationship
Management
 Digital Marketing
 Experience Economy
 Macromarketing
 Marketing Rationalization
 Political Marketing
 Positioning (as P in STP)
 Product Placement
 Prosumption
 Public Service Announcements  Relationship Marketing
 Segmentation (as S in STP)
 Service-Dominant Logic
 Wine Marketing
Most, but not all of the listed Key Words in Marketing, feature in either the lectures by the course coordinator or one of the guest lectures.
Collecting Relevant Literature: Your assessment will include your level of awareness of relevant literature. This means identifying key writers and any dilemmas or debates associated with your selected Key Word in Marketing. There is an expectation of at least a half-dozen relevant articles (or other sources) being used to support your discussion/analysis. The ‘Reading List’ is not exhaustive, but may also offer suggestions.
Essay Title: Create an essay title by using the Key Word in Marketing you have selected. This should assist in organizing your initial thoughts. Though the essay title appears at the beginning of the document, it is likely you will need to edit the first attempt at a title. Your thoughts will evolve on how to approach and analyse the selected Key Word in Marketing.

Main Body: This can be arranged in a manner to help address the essay title. There are some points to consider, as part of a full response:
 A working definition or description of the Key Word in Marketing you have selected should appear near the outset.
 What does the Key Word in Marketing mean? Where is it located in marketing?
 How, when, and why did your Key Word in Marketing emerge?
 How, when, and why is your Key Word in Marketing used?
In addition to drawing on the relevant literature, examples are useful. Diagrams or other visual material can be used to support a response.

Reading List
Contact the course coordinator [email protected] if you encounter difficulties in accessing any of the items. You are likely to encounter some of the same items in Y2 and Y3.
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