The Teaching of Advertising Management: Essential, Elective, or Extraneous
Stuhlfaut, Mark W., Davis, Craig, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
The practice of advertising takes creative, media, and other skills, but management is the determining discipline for developing advertising campaigns. This study investigated the teaching of advertising management at U.S. colleges/universities, by examining school Web sites, analyzing course syllabi, and surveying educators. More than half of advertising or IMC programs studied do not have a management course. The diversity of course names, goals, and texts indicates a loose understanding of the essential elements. The place of a management course within the curriculum is discussed, including coordination in teaching the subject with other departments.
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Publication information: Article title: The Teaching of Advertising Management: Essential, Elective, or Extraneous. Contributors: Stuhlfaut, Mark W. - Author, Davis, Craig - Author. Journal title: Journalism & Mass Communication Educator. Volume: 65. Issue: 3/4 Publication date: Autumn 2010. Page number: 265+. © Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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