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The Manager’s Dilemma: Role Conflict in Marketing

Armstrong, J. Scott (1978) The Manager’s Dilemma: Role Conflict in Marketing. [Book Chapter]

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Norris Brisco, Melvin Copeland, Henry Erdman, Benjamin Hibbard, George Hotchkiss, Leverett Lyon, Stanley Resor, Clarence Saunders, Harry Tosdal, Roland Vaile: Who are these people? They are great men in the history of marketing, according to Wright and Dinsdale (1974). They are marketing heroes. But riot society’s heroes. Rather than hero, the marketing man is usually a villain in novels; he is the butt of jokes; and respondents to surveys think poorly of him.

Item Type:Book Chapter
Subjects:Psychology > Behavioral Analysis
ID Code:5194
Deposited By:Armstrong, J. Scott
Deposited On:05 Oct 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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