Marketing In and For a Sustainable Society.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandReview of Marketing Research: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (246 p.)ISBN: 9781786352811Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Marketing In and For a Sustainable SocietyDDC classification: 658.8 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover -- Marketing in and for a Sustainable Society -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Advisory Board -- Ad hoc Reviewers -- Introduction -- Overview -- Publication Mission -- Articles in This Volume -- Sustainability and Marketing: Concurrent Pursuit of a Smaller Environmental Footprint and a Larger Market Footprint -- Introduction -- Sustainability and Marketing: A Literature Overview -- Organizational Responsiveness to the Sustainability Imperative: A Conceptual Framework -- Internal Organizational Forces -- External Forces
Sustainability Oriented Behaviors -- Discussion -- Toward Sustainability: Corporate Sustainability Responsibility, Consumer Sustainability Responsibility, and Government Sust... -- Toward Sustainability: Consumption Elimination, Consumption Reduction, and Consumption Redirection -- Toward Sustainability: Fostering Facilitating Forces and Mitigating Impeding Forces -- References -- Marketing's Quest for Environmental Sustainability: Persistent Challenges and New Perspectives -- Possible Explanations for Lack of Meaningful Progress in Environmental Sustainability
Insufficiency of Existing Theoretical Lenses -- Insignificance: Tweaking at the Margins -- Incompatibility between the Logic of Marketing and the Logic of Sustainability -- Incommensurability in Scale -- New Theoretical Lenses Integrating Sustainability and the Natural Environment -- Assemblage Theory as a Lens for Sustainability -- Socio-Ecological Systems Theory -- Biomimicry: A Framework for Integrating Marketing and Nature -- Concluding Thoughts and Future Directions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- A Stakeholder Marketing Approach to Sustainable Business -- Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives -- Resource-Based View -- Stakeholder Theory -- Hypothesis Development -- Stakeholder Orientation and Stakeholder Responsiveness -- Stakeholder Responsiveness and Marketing Outcomes -- Stakeholder Responsiveness and Performance: Marketing Outcomes as Mediators -- Data Collection -- Measures -- Stakeholder Orientation -- Stakeholder Responsiveness -- Marketing Outcomes -- Firm Performance -- Control Variables -- Results -- Discussion and Implications -- Stakeholder Orientations and Stakeholder Responsiveness -- Stakeholder Responsiveness and Marketing Outcomes
Effects on Firm Performance -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Turning to Sustainable Business Practices: A Macromarketing Perspective -- Early Accomplishments for Sustainable Business Practices -- Challenges for Businesses Adopting Sustainable Business Practices -- Consumer Product Adoption Challenges -- Sustainable Communication Challenges -- Sustainable Message Framing -- Sustainable Intentions and Behaviors -- The Changing Consumer -- Consumers' Attitudes Change toward Sustainability -- Consumers Notice Changes in Business Operations -- Consumers Turn toward Green
The Changing Firm
This special issue, featuring contributions from top scholars including former editors of top journals in marketing, will assemble a set of current, comprehensive review articles written by distinguished experts on the state-of-the-art of marketing research and future prospects in the transition towards sustainable society.
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