Course syllabus BMMD10141 - Advertising Theory (FM - WS 2019/2020)
|Course unit code:||BMMD10141|
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|Recommended semester/trimester:||3rd grade, 5th semester|
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Detailed introduction to the basic approaches in advertising theory. Students will learn about individual advertising models as well as strategic planning and effectiveness of advertising.
Basic models of advertising functioning - hierarchical models (AIDA, DAGMAR, McGuire, Lavidge and Steiner, Krugman model). New models and approaches to understanding advertising (ELM, FCB, Rossiter-Percy, etc.)
Neurological approach to the functioning of advertising, functions, ways of measuring the advertising effect of this approach. Weak and strong advertising theory
Evaluation of advertising effectiveness and indicators of its effectiveness, their calculation and use in advertising practice, facets of efficiency. Emotions, position of creativity in advertising, use of celebrities, comparative advertising, influence of music on advertising, humor etc.
Strategic advertising planning - context and environment, advertising (communication goals, role of advertising in brand building, segmentation, positioning, targeting in classic and new media, creative advertising strategy.
Foreign advertising - standardization of international advertising, national culture and its influence on advertising production (Hofstede, Schwartz, Globe and their use in advertising practice). Choice of adaptation strategy, localization.
Advertising in new media, differences between advertising in digital media and classical advertising, new advertising strategies on the Internet, mobile advertising, social networks, ethical aspects of new advertising approaches.
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TELLIS, G J. Reklama a podpora prodeje. 1. vyd. Praha: Grada Publishing, 2000. 620 s. Profesionál. ISBN 80-7169-997-7.
Fill, Ch., Marketing Communications – engagement, strategies and practice. Prentice Hall, 2005.
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|Assessed students in total: 79|
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prof. PhDr. Ľudovít Hajduk, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course)
25. 11. 2019
Last modification made by Ján Lukáš on 11/25/2019.