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Topic: Describe the Topic-explain the concept in question. Describe your approach to the presentation
did you plan to list the pros & cons (explain both sides of issue) and then attempt to determ
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(1963), Marketing Management: Analysis and Planning, rev ed. Homewood, IL: Richard D. Irwin.
Hunt, Shelby D. (1976), Marketing Theory: Conceptual Founda- tions of Research in Marketing. Columbus, OH: Grid.
(2002), Foundations of Marketing Theory: Toward
Clark (1942, p. 1): Marketing consists of those efforts which effect transfers in the ownership of goods and services
and care for their physical distribution.
Maynard and Beckman (1946, p. 3): [M]arketing covers al
ers to consumers in a way that effectively matches supply and
demand and accomplishes the objectives of society (p. 10).
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