Marketing in the 2010 British General Election: perspectives, prospect, and practice
This editorial article discusses how televised debates transformed the British General Election campaign of 2010 and impacted upon political leader standing in the election. Papers are introduced in a number of areas including political branding, analysis of attack advertising and its implications, channel experience effectiveness measurement, consumption and co-creation in the sensitive policy area of immigration, the Europeanisation of British political marketing, and how UK expatriates could be targeted by political parties. In addition, we consider continuing gaps in political marketing research including ethical considerations, the application of frameworks from social and not-for-profit marketing, and the link between lobbying and political marketing.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 July 2011