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Programa de Mestrado Pr
Universidade Nove de Julho - UNINOVE
PPGA – Programa de Pós-Graduação em Administração
MPAGE – Programa de Mestrado Profissional em Administração - Gestão do Esporte
Disciplina
Código da disciplina
Curso
Linhas de Pesquisa
Caracterização
Créditos/Carga
Comunicação, Consumo e Comportamento
ADEL28
(X) Mestrado ( ) Doutorado
Marketing Esportivo
Eletiva
2 créditos / 30 horas
Ementa
Teorias da Comunicação e Sociedade; Comunicação de Marketing; Efeitos da Comunicação;
Comunicação e Persuasão; Psicologia e Comportamento; Efeito ao Longo do Tempo; Nível PréAtencional e Recepção; Efeito Priming; Efeito Framing e Saliência; Distância Psicológica em
Propaganda; Efeitos Diretos e Ordem de Apresentação; Comparação em Propaganda; 3rd Person
Effect; Boca-a-boca (off-line e on-line).
Referências Bibliográficas
Referência básica:
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Formation in Competitive Elite Environments, Journal of Communication, 57, 99-118.
3. Chow, Cheris W. C.; Chung-Leung, Luk (2006). Effects of Comparative Advertising in
High-And Low-Cognitive Elaboration Conditions, Journal of Advertising; 35, (Summer)
2, 55-67.
4. Henningsen, Sina; Heuke, Rebecca; Clement, Michel. (2011). Determinants of
Advertising Effectiveness: The Development of an International Advertising Elasticity
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Business Research, 4, 2, (December), 193-239.
5. Janiszewski, Chris; Noel, Hayden; Sawyer, Alan G. (2003), A Meta-analysis of The
Spacing Effect in Verbal Learning: Implications for Research on Advertising Repetition
and Consumer Memory, Journal of Consumer Research, 30 (June), 138-149.
6. Janiszewski, Chris. (1990). The Influence of Nonattended Material on the Processing of
Advertising Claims, Journal of Marketing Research, 27 (August), 3, 263-278.
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longitudinal Analysis of Leading Advertising, Marketing and communication journals,
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Applied cognitive Psychology, 127-136.
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Effects of construal level on omission detection and multiattribute evaluation. Psychology
& Marketing, 31(11), 992-1007.
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that Matters: the role of construal level and Message Framing in influencing consumer
efficacy and conservation Behaviors. Journal of Marketing Research. Vol. 48 (June
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15. Zhang, Jie; Daugherty, Terry (2009). Third-Person Effect and Social Networking:
Implications for Online Marketing and Word-of-Mouth Communication, American
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