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The New Paradigm Marketing Model
Journal of Euromarketing (2008)
  • Lynn R. Kahle, University of Oregon
  • Scott Marshall, Portland State University
  • Fredric Kropp, Monterey Institute of International Studies
Abstract
This paper maintains that marketers should take an expanded view of marketing research and practice to comprehend today's global political, economic, and social environments fully. Marketing is the central mediating variable in the attainment and consolidation of power by politicians, governments, and nations. Given marketing's pivotal role in the modern context, the New Paradigm Marketing Model is developed to illustrate consumer/citizen, institutional, and macro-environmental interdependencies from a global perspective. The potential dangers and opportunities evident in this new marketing paradigm are discussed in relation to the marketing discipline and its application to issues confronting consumers and the larger society.

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Publication Date
October 5, 2008
DOI
10.1300/J037v12n03_07
Citation Information
Kahle, L. R., Marshall, R. S., & Kropp, F. (2003). The new paradigm marketing model. Journal of Euromarketing, 12, 99-121.