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Marketing 260 Attitude Change & Interactive Communications. With Duane Weaver. Can Reality be a ffected by e ffecting Perception?. Outline. Focus on Persuasion - defined The Communications Model Communication/Noise/Feedback Exercises Interactive Communication Model Message Elements

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marketing 260 attitude change interactive communications

Marketing 260Attitude Change & Interactive Communications

With Duane Weaver

Can Reality be affected by effecting Perception?

outline
Outline
  • Focus on Persuasion - defined
  • The Communications Model
  • Communication/Noise/Feedback Exercises
  • Interactive Communication Model
  • Message Elements
  • Message Appeals
  • Mid-Term Overview
focus on persuasion
Focus on Persuasion

“An active attempt to change attitudes.”

Solomon, Zaichowsky, Polegato, 3rd edition, p. 217.

  • Is this manipulation?
  • Is this coercion?
  • When is it not?
  • How do you know if an attitude has truly changed?
the communications model

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Message

Medium

Receiver

Feedback

Feedback

The Communications Model

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Encoding

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Decoding

exercise 1
Exercise 1
  • Scenario One:
    • Sender and Receive are back to backNO FEEDBACK
    • Observers take notes of what you observe happening to both Sender/Receiver/and End Result=Output
      • Observers should not participate nor give any signals
    • Sender
      • Communicates what they see…cannot ask questions
    • Receiver
      • Draws what they receive…no noises, no feedback, no replies, no questions, no fidgeting.
exercise 2
Exercise 2
  • New Sender, New Receiver (Scenario 2)
    • Sender/Receiver are Back to Back
      • Sender can ask for feedback whenever they like…sender must communicate what to draw.
      • Receiver can only respond when asked (no noises otherwise)…Receiver must draw what they are told.
      • OBSERVERS take notes
exercise 3
Exercise 3
  • Scenario 3, new sender and receiver
    • Sender and Receiver Face each other
      • Sender communicates what to draw and can ask any questions they want
      • Receiver draws and can ask for any feedback they need.
    • The Sender and Receiver must still “hide what they see and draw from each other”
    • OBSERVERS observe
the interactive communication model
The Interactive Communication Model

Sender

Communication Medium

(e.g. Internet)

Receiver

message elements
Message Elements

Words

vs.

Pictures

Vividness

Message as

a Metaphor

Factors

Affecting

Persuasiveness

Type of

Appeal

Repetition

Argument

message appeals
Message Appeals

Emotional vs. Rational

  • Emotional: creates a bond
    • Hallmark
  • Rational: focuses on results
    • Tide

Sex Appeal

  • Draws attention
  • Most effective when product is related to sex
    • Condoms, perfume
message appeals1
Message Appeals

Humour Appeal

  • Draws attention, but can overpower the message
  • Cultural issues; can be offensive
  • Campaigns must be updated (kept fresh)

Fear Appeal

  • Must be used in moderation
  • Relationship between fear and attitude change
      • Inverted U Shapenonmonotonic
thanks
Thanks!
  • Those who would like to stay:

We will briefly review mid-term expectations

  • Everyone else…

See you later…

          • study…
          • relax…
          • and see you for the mid-term next class!