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Rademacher, Mark A. – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
Research on student-run communication agencies (SRAs) documents significant learning outcomes, benefits for job placement, and career success. Research, however, rarely investigates cultural aspects of the agency experience. This study employed in-depth interviews with agency student leaders and advisors to explore the influence of agency culture…
Descriptors: Advertising, Management Development, Diversity, Inclusion
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Huntington, Heidi E. – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
Visual bookmarking app Pinterest, known for its aspirational and consumptive qualities of users' "pinning" work, has recently made concerted forays into the online advertising and marketing space. At the same time, its visual and collaborative qualities offer unique potential for application in pedagogy. This paper describes a…
Descriptors: Social Media, Advertising, Teaching Methods, Computer Mediated Communication
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Waters, Gerald; Waymer, Damion – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
The following teaching brief outlines ways for advertising and public relations educators to discuss gender pay equity in the classroom. We know that educators are asked to teach about matters of diversity; yet many faculty members do not have adequate resources to do so. Faculty can rely on data and reports, but there are few hands-on activities…
Descriptors: Assignments, Advertising, Public Relations, Rewards
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Blakeman, Robyn; Taylor, Maureen – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
Students in advertising have always been taught about the big four positions of research, media, account management, and creative. However, other positions should be considered as the field evolves. To better understand evolving agency relationships with creative and account service teams, we interviewed 16 advertising professionals about a fifth…
Descriptors: Advertising, Interprofessional Relationship, Program Administration, Managerial Occupations
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Fernandes, Juliana; Lu, Lincoln; Nunez, Sarai – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
Undergraduate advertising campaigns courses are known for their integration of knowledge, application of different skills, and group work. This capstone class partners with a real-world client and may be considered the last professional experience in an educational setting before students graduate. Using a multi-methods approach, this study…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Business Administration Education, Advertising, Capstone Experiences
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Graeme Duffett, Rodney; Henry Cromhout, Dylan – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
A number of marketing and marketing communication service learning (SL) projects/student-run agencies (SRAs) are used to provide real clients with valuable services, resources, knowledge and many other benefits. However, most research only examines the student benefits, so this research addresses the research gap by considering the community…
Descriptors: Satisfaction, Service Learning, Marketing, Student Leadership
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Childers, Courtney C. – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
The increased emphasis on targeting audiences via digital and social media channels necessitates the updating of traditional advertising curriculum. Academic courses specializing in social media strategy, analytics, and campaigns are vital to the advertising educational landscape as we strive to best prepare students for future employment. Phase 1…
Descriptors: College Students, Alumni, Social Media, Advertising
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Jones, Valerie K.; Johnson, Kate; Molskness, Hannah; Gandhi, Ronit; Zhou, Lilly – Journal of Advertising Education, 2022
This paper describes an advertising ethics course designed for first-year students of any major, written from the perspectives of both the course creator/instructor and the students who took the course and developed a workshop based around it. As educators, how do we help students learn and care about how their data is collected and used and…
Descriptors: Advertising, Ethics, Introductory Courses, Undergraduate Students
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Lum, Elliot; Martinez, Luisa; Soling, Marcia – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
Univision is a brand well-known to Hispanic viewers, but with fragmentation and so many choices within the media landscape, they had to break through the noise effectively. The challenge for Univision was to attract a younger demographic (18-34 year-olds) of loyal viewers to consume Spanish language programming by packaging the use of music and…
Descriptors: Advertising, Television Viewing, Adolescents, Young Adults
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Nelson, Michelle R. – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
World events in the last few years have made globalization and discussions of culture, race, and ethnicity top-of-mind for many people and institutions all over world, including advertising. Academic institutions, agencies, and organizations (e.g., American Academy of Advertising or AAA) are discussing "diversity, equity, and inclusion"…
Descriptors: Educational Resources, Multicultural Education, Global Approach, Advertising
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Allagui, Ilhem – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
Baladna is a dairy company in Qatar. It has thrived despite an ongoing political and economic blockade, helping the country to become self-sufficient in terms of its dairy needs. In a short time and with substantial investment, the brand became a market leader. Baladna's growth plan banks on globalization, but the marketing director and the VP of…
Descriptors: Marketing, Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Corporations
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Chinchanachokchai, Punjaporn; Chinchanachokchai, Sydney – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
The Pentel case study exhibits a success case of a global firm's ability to incorporate cultural-specific values into an advertising campaign. Pentel used superstitious beliefs in the Thai culture to create the Write Your Own Luck campaign. The company launched a limited pen collection designed to be carried as lucky charms. Each pen version…
Descriptors: Marketing, Advertising, Foreign Countries, Internet
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Whaley, George L. – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
While preparing to write this article, the author decided to review published teaching cases over the last 10 years concerning advertising and related fields in case journals. He became curious about trends in advertising teaching cases and decided to survey overall trends in teaching cases related to advertising cases. He reached out to 40…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Advertising, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Trend Analysis
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Borgognoni, Brooke; LeBlanc Wicks, Jan – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
This survey of faculty advisers examined major variables and findings of past research on student-run agencies using organizational theory. Larger agencies appeared to offer training in more formalized business procedures among a more diverse client base, found in previous research to be helpful to student-run agency graduates now on the job.…
Descriptors: Faculty Advisers, Teacher Attitudes, Advertising, Public Relations
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Alhabash, Saleem – Journal of Advertising Education, 2021
In this invited commentary, I reflect on the philosophical changes to my pedagogical approach during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inspired by Mehta and Aguilera's (2020) "humanizing pedagogy approach," the commentary provides four elements to capitalize on when designing courses aspiring to inspire a brighter future in advertising.
Descriptors: Advertising, Professional Education, Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy
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