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MKTG1501 Lecture Notes

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Latest version (2016 semester 1) of summary notes from lecture 7 to 11, final exam range. All the important concepts.

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Brand management Marketing Economy Consumer behaviour Lifestyle brand Consumerism Brand Pricing Brand awareness Touchpoint
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Products that we buy often play a pivotal role in defining our self‐concept. We use products to communicate our public or private self‐iden뛕ty. Consumer’s self­concept This refers to the beliefs a person holds about their own a䋜tudes and how they evaluate them. Consumers’ self‐concept is a reflec뛕on of their a䋜tudes towards themselves, whether these a䋜tudes are posi뛕ve or nega뛕ve, they help guide purchase decisions. Real and Ideal Selves Ideal self is a person’s concep뛕on of how they would like to be. It is par뛕ally modeled by elements of the consumer culture. Actual self is a person’s realis뛕c appraisal of the quali뛕es they do and do not possess. Fan...
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