By Shintaro Okazaki
Advances in advertisements study sequence are released every year by means of the eu ads Academy (EAA). This quantity grew out of analysis papers awarded on the ninth ICORIA (International convention on learn in Adversiting) which has held at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, on June 24-26, 2010. The convention concerned ads, conversation, and advertising students positioned around the world, thereby atmosphere an instance of variety and plurality in our ICORIA neighborhood. The aim of this e-book is breaking new floor in either thought and perform. every one bankruptcy attempts to make clear tough issues and supply insights which are huge price for advancing our wisdom.
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5 Discussion This study experimentally explores the impact of the amount of brand repetitions in song lyrics on the brand attitude and tests whether this relationship is moderated by the attitude toward the artist. Contrary to our expectations, our results indicate that for both artists who are either positively or negatively perceived by the audience, higher repetitions of the brand name have a higher positive influence on the brand attitude. These results contradict prior research on the moderating effects of attitudes toward the artist in a product placement context.
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