Brand Culture by Jonathan E. Schroeder

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This fascinating book shows that neither managers nor consumers completely control branding processes – cultural codes constrain how brands work to produce meaning. Placing brands firmly within the context of culture, it investigates these complex foundations. Topics covered include:

the role of consumption 
brand management 
corporate branding 
branding ethics
the role of advertising.

This excellent text includes case studies of iconic international brands such as LEGO, Nokia and Ryanair, and analysis by leading researchers including John M.T. Balmer, Stephen Brown, Mary Jo Hatch, Jean-Noël Kapferer, Majken Schultz, and Richard Elliott.  An outstanding collection, it will be a useful resource for all students and scholars interested in brands, consumers and the broader cultural landscape that surrounds them.


About Jonathan E. Schroeder

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Jonathan E. Schroeder is Professor of Marketing at the University of Exeter, UK, and Visiting Professor in Marketing Semiotics at Bocconi University, Milan. His research focuses on the production and consumption of images.Miriam Salzer-Mörling is Associate Professor at the School of Business, Stockholm University. As a branding consultant she has specialized in the development of the 'corporate soul' and communicative strategies for both public and commercial organizations.
Published March 27, 2006 by Routledge. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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