Global Marketing and Advertising
Understanding Cultural Paradoxes
Advertising | Brand Management | International Marketing | International Marketing |
Packed with cultural, company, and country examples, this book offers a mix of theory and practical applications covering globalization, global branding strategies, classification models of culture, and the consequences of culture for all aspects of marketing communications.
The author helps define cross cultural segments to better target consumers across cultures and features content on how culture affects strategic issues, such as the company's mission statement, brand positioning strategy, and marketing communications strategy. It also demonstrates the centrality of value paradoxes to cross cultural marketing communications, and uses the Hofstede model or other cultural models to help readers see why strategies based on cultural relationships in one country cannot be extended to other countries without adjustments.
Updates to the new edition include:
- Up-to-date research on new topics, including: culture and the media, culture and the Internet, and a more profound comparison of the different cultural models. Includes discussion of how Covid-19 has impacted globalization.
- More examples from major regions and countries from around the world.
- Broader background theory on how people use social media and extensive coverage of consumer behavior
A range of online instructor resources complement the book, including downloadable advertising images from the book, chapter-specific questions and key points, and video examples of advertising from around the world.
- Illustrations from the book
- Discussion questions and activities
- Sample exam questions
- Exercises, charts, films and instructions
A pioneer, now turned into a classic. This is no less true for Geert Hofstede as it is for Marieke de Mooij, who had the genius of starting data based work on consumer behaviour across cultures before the turn of the century. The patterns shown in this book, updated year after year, are eye openers to the persistent power of culture. Appreciating them can save marketing professionals so much time and money. Read it, and take it seriously.
The book was written in a very communicative way, making it understandable for my students, who are mostly Indonesians. English is a foreign language for them, and the communication style of a book is very important fo these students.
Up to date and relevant.