At its basic premise, marketing is an attempt to influence consumers toward a purchasing act (and oftentimes a non-act). This course seeks to provide insights into consumer pedagogies (e.g., psychology, sociology, social psychology) used in developing effective marketing strategies. In addition to learning how a deeper appreciation of consumer behavior analysis can inform the design of effective marketing, you will also gain a better understanding of yourself as a participant in marketing influence. Assignments include readings, cases, written case reports, and group projects. Prerequisite: MGT 361. 
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