MKTG 7038 Social Marketing
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 201025
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Description Social Marketing is the application of marketing concepts to the achievement of social ends. Usually this will involve changing attitudes and behaviours in a way that benefits both individuals and communities. This unit builds students' knowledge of how social marketing theory can be used to facilitate behaviour change and improve social outcomes within communities. It will include how to design, manage and evaluate social and behaviour change programs.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Postgraduate Coursework Level 7 subject
Restrictions Students must be enrolled in a postgraduate Business program.
An understanding of marketing theory and relevant principles is assumed.
- Evaluate social marketing problems based on social marketing theory to suggest ways of changing attitudes or behaviours
- Investigate the stakeholders involved in social marketing issues and their role as target markets in social marketing campaigns
- Assess the role of marketing activities in achieving change for individuals and communities
- Evaluate the economic, social, and environmental consequences of a social marketing strategy and develop recommendations
2. Stakeholder analysis and target markets
3. Behaviour and attitude change theory
4. Analysis of social marketing campaigns
5. The ethical implications of social marketing campaigns for community and individuals
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Report||2,500 words or equivalent||30||N||Group|
|Case Study||2,000 words||35||N||Individual|
2022 Quarter 4
Parramatta City - Macquarie St
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Attendance Requirements 80% attendance rate is imposed in all core subjects’ due to the nature of class activities that are aligned with subject assessments.