By Sofie Bitter, Sonja Grabner-Kräuter (auth.), Sara Rosengren, Micael Dahlén, Shintaro Okazaki (eds.)
Advances in ads learn are released via the ecu advertisements Academy (EAA). This quantity is a compilation of analysis offered on the eleventh foreign convention in advertisements (ICORIA) which was once held in Stockholm (Sweden) in June 2012. The convention collected a hundred and fifty major researchers from 22 international locations lower than the convention subject “The altering roles of advertising”. The booklet offers foreign state of the art learn with 30 articles by means of well known students from the global ICORIA network.
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Muntinga, Moorman and Smit, 2011), to the best of our knowledge, not much research on the effects of personality traits on brand related behavior in OSNs is available. Hence, the scholarly call for such research remains unanswered (Muntinga, Moorman and Smit, 2011). Similar, many descriptive studies have shown that younger people use OSNs more intensive than older people. To the best of our knowledge, the relationship between socio demographic variables and brand related online behavior is also widely unexplored.
Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. IV): The Changing Roles of Advertising by Sofie Bitter, Sonja Grabner-Kräuter (auth.), Sara Rosengren, Micael Dahlén, Shintaro Okazaki (eds.)