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Brand culture: trade marks, marketing and consumption

By Jonathan E. Schroeder

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Visual images constitute much corporate communication about products, economic performance and social responsibility, and also inform governmental efforts to create positive attitudes for citizens, consumers and organizations. Brand image, corporate image, advertising images and images of identity all depend upon compelling visual imagery. Variously referred to as the attention economy, the aesthetic economy and the experience economy, this visual turn in marketing may call for rethinking traditional approaches to brands and trade marks. Branding's reliance on visual rhetoric brings up a host of interdisciplinary questions. How do images function within marketing communication? What does the production and consumption of images mean for marketing, law and society? How does the handling of images in the allied fields of visual studies, art history, film theory, design management and corporate identity shed light on the relationships between visual images, brands and consumption?

This chapter discusses methodological and theoretical issues of visual images as they pertain to brands, via interdisciplinary research examples and exemplars. I place visual issues within a broader theoretical perspective of brand culture – the cultural dimensions or codes of brands (history, images, myths, art, theatre) that influence brand meaning in the marketplace. Visual consumer research cuts across methodological and topical boundary lines – the possibilities and problems of visual approaches encompass experimental and interpretive realms, and include such varied topics as information processing, image interpretation and research techniques.

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