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Richard Kalman Manoff, American advertising executive, writer, public health service officer, consultant. Recipient 5th Annual Global award for media excellence Population Institute, China, 1985, Townsend Harris medal Alumni Association City College of New York, 1986.
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Social marketing: Principles and practice. By Robert Donovan and Nadine Henley. marketing that reﬂects the authors’ experience at each of. these three levels. Finally, it is the ﬁrst book since Manoff ’s. Smq centerpiece 31. Smq, vol. X, no. 1, spring 2004. This book, authored by two of Australia’s leading social. Social Marketing. New Imperative for Public Health. to ﬁrmly place its discussion of social marketing within a. public health philosophy and framework. In and of itself, the latter point – addressed in the ﬁrst.
Social marketing as a technique of influencing voluntary human behaviour had a quiet genesis in the family planning program implemented by the Indian government in the mid 1960. In the nearly five decades that followed there was considerable theoretical development of the concept
Social marketing as a technique of influencing voluntary human behaviour had a quiet genesis in the family planning program implemented by the Indian government in the mid 1960. In the nearly five decades that followed there was considerable theoretical development of the concept. Also the practical application of social marketing grew well beyond the health sector where it was initially used. An analysis of the theoretical development in the field of social marketing will show that it ha. ONTINUE READING.
The theory and practice of social marketing has steadily been gaining significance following its conception over four decades ago, and . Problems and Challenges in Social Marketing.
Citation: De Pietro, Rocco (1988/04). New imperative for public health : Richard K. Manoff. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1985. Patient Education and Counseling 11(2): 155-156.
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Drawing on 20 years of experience in the U.S. and the Third World, Manoff presents ways in which modern marketing methods can be applied to problems of public health and nutrition practices. He incorporates all aspects of the social marketing process, from theory and background to the necessary tools and techniques, establishing comprehensive guidelines that can be implemented to strengthen current public health programs. An essential resource for developmental health professionals, or anyone interested in innovative marketing techniques.
This work includes methods for tailoring health education to the preceptions of the target audience, and techniques for uncovering the resistance points; insights using mass media to extend the reach and impact of public education efforts; tools for designing effective messages; special research approaches including focus groups and feed forward; in-process evaluation tools that identify program flaws during early stages of implementation; planning hints to encourage public and private cooperation; and case studies exploring some of the most interesting and educational applications of social marketing principles.