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|Title:||Selection of causes according to socio-demographic status in South Africa||Authors:||Corbishley, Karen Margaret
Mason, Roger Bruce
|Keywords:||Cause related marketing;Charities;Corporate social responsibility;Socio-demographic variables;South Africa||Issue Date:||21-Jun-2011||Publisher:||Taylor and Fancis||Source:||Corbishley, K. M. and Mason, R.B. 2011. Selection of causes according to socio-demographic status in South Africa. Journal of Promotion Management. 17(2): 228-240.||Journal:||Journal of promotion management ItemCrisRefDisplayStrategy.journals.deleted.icon||Abstract:||Cause related marketing links charities to the sales of products, brands, or services. The charity is mentioned in promotional campaigns and a percentage donated to the cause according to unit sales or turnover. This article aims to establish which charities are more popular with South African consumers, and whether different socio-demographic groups (age, gender, income, and education) prefer to support different causes. A quantitative study was conducted in South Africa using a structured questionnaire administered via interviews at shopping malls. Different groups were found to prefer to support considerably different causes and these causes were identified.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10321/2454||ISSN:||1049-6491|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Publications (Management Sciences)|
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