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Consumer Behavior Knowledge for Effective Sports and Event Marketing / Edition 1
     

Consumer Behavior Knowledge for Effective Sports and Event Marketing / Edition 1

by Lynn R. Kahle, Angeline G. Close
 

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ISBN-10: 0415873576

ISBN-13: 9780415873574

Pub. Date: 09/24/2010

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

The growing complexity and importance of sports and event marketing has pushed scholars and practitioners to apply sophisticated marketing thinking and applications to these topics. This book deals with the professional development in the sense that sports marketing can be viewed as an application of consumer behavior research. Readers will learn about new

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The growing complexity and importance of sports and event marketing has pushed scholars and practitioners to apply sophisticated marketing thinking and applications to these topics. This book deals with the professional development in the sense that sports marketing can be viewed as an application of consumer behavior research. Readers will learn about new opportunities in using consumer behavior knowledge effectively in the areas of a)influencing behaviors in society and sports b) building relationships with consumers through sports and events and c) providing services to consumers through sport and event sponsorships. This book, by a superb group of authors, includes comprehensive reviews, innovative conceptual pieces, empirical research and rigorous attention to data.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415873574
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
09/24/2010
Pages:
348
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

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Table of Contents

J. King, L.R. Kahle, A. Close, Introduction: Study of Sports Consumer Behavior. Part 1. Influencing Behaviors and Society in Sports. S.P. Lee, T.B. Cornwell, A Framework for Measuring the Contributions of Sport to Society: Actors, Activities and Outcomes. E.R. Hirt, J.J. Clarkson, The Psychology of Fandom: Understanding the Etiology, Motives, and Implications of Fanship. S. Jones, S.J. Grove, G.M. Pickett, Spectator Rage: An Overview. D.L. Scammon, D.A. Fuller, K. Karniouchina, T. Masters, Sport Related Subculture as a Useful Basis of Market Segmentation: Insights for Ski Area Managers. Part 2. Building Relationships with Consumers Through Sports. P.A. Kennett-Hensel, R. Lacey, M. Biggers, The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on NBA Fan Relationships: A Conceptual Framework. S.J. Andrews, And a Child Athlete Will Save Us: Marketing Psychosocial and Physical Benefits of Sport to Children, Adolescents, Coaches and Parents. L.H.V. Kurpis, C.S. Bozman, The Motivations Associated with Attendance and Participation in an Amateur Sporting Event. R. Burton, J. Tripoldi, S. Owen, L.R. Kahle, Hospitality: A Key Sponsorship Service in Sports Marketing. Part 3. Providing Service to Consumers Through Sports and Event Sponsorship. T.J. Reynolds, Assessing the Existential Validity of the Bowl Championship Series Rankings. F. Riedmueller, Service Quality Perceived by Fans at Professional Sporting Events. R.Z. Finney, R. Lacey, A.G. Close, Event Marketing and Sponsorship: Lessons Learned from the Tour De Georgia Cycling Races.

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