Journal of Social Marketing: Volume 6 Issue 3

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Table of contents - Special Issue: Transformations: social marketing and social change - macro, meso and micro perspectives

Guest Editors: Linda Brennan, Marie-Louise Fry

Social marketing’s consumer myopia: Applying a behavioural ecological model to address wicked problems

Linda Brennan, Josephine Previte, Marie-Louise Fry

Addressing calls for broadening social marketing thinking beyond “individualistic” parameters, this paper aims to describe a behavioural ecological systems (BEM) approach…

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Community resilience and the multiple levels of social change

Kate Daellenbach, Ciahn Dalgliesh-Waugh, Karen A. Smith

This study aims to better understand the micro–meso–macro perspective in social marketing, through the examination of a transformative, primarily meso-level initiative…

Understanding the midstream environment within a social change systems continuum

Cybele May, Josephine Previte

This paper aims to provide guidance on how midstream social marketing can be used to understand and address wicked problems through adopting a collaborative systems…

Midstream social marketing and the co-creation of public services

Matthew Wood

This paper aims to highlight the importance of social marketing at the midstream (meso) level as a key component of a proposed model for co-creating public services. The…

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Social capital stories behind young women’s drinking practices

Megan Godwin, Judy Drennan, Josephine Previte

The purpose of this paper is to explore the meso-level social forces that influence moderate drinking in young women’s friendship groups through the application of social…

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ISSN:

2042-6763

Online date, start – end:

2011

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Sharyn Rundle-Thiele