Decoding Coca-Cola : a biography of a global brand / edited by Robert Crawford, Linda Brennan and Susie Khamis.  (Text) (Text)

Crawford, Robert, 1975- | Brennan, Linda L | Khamis, Susie
Call no.: HF5415.1255 .D47 2021Series: Routledge studies in marketing; 15Publication: New York : Routledge, 2021Description: x, 240 p. : illISBN: 9781138495449 (hbk.); 1138495441Subject(s): Coca-Cola CompanyBranding (Marketing)AdvertisingInternet advertisingGlobalization -- Social aspectsLOC classification: HF5415.1255 | .D47 2021
Contents:Introduction: Unpacking Coke -- 1. Coke and The Coca-Cola Company -- 2. Coke and the Hilltop -- 3. Coke and the Super Bowl -- 4. Coke and the media -- 5. Coke and gender -- 6. Coke and the digital age -- 7. Coke and design -- 8. Coke and sustainability -- 9. Coke and the environment -- 10. Coke and the Cold War -- 11. Coke and America -- 12. Coke and the beach -- 13. Coke and the kids -- 14. Coke and health -- 15. Coke and the competitor -- Index.
Summary: "This collection of essays delves into the Coke brand to identify and decode the DNA of this iconic brand. Unlike other accounts, these essays adopt a global approach to understand this global brand. Bringing together an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars, Decoding Coca-Cola critically interrogates the Coke brand as well its constituent parts. By examining those who have been responsible for creating the images of Coke as well as the audiences that have consumed them, these essays offer a unique and revealing insight into the Coke brand and asks whether Coca-Cola is always has the same meaning. Looking into the core meaning, values, and emotions underpinning the Coca-Cola brand, it provides a unique insight into how global brands are created and positioned. This critical examination of one of the world's most recognisable brands will be an essential resource for scholars researching and teaching in the fields of marketing, advertising, and communication. Its unique interdisciplinary approach also makes it accessible to scholars working in other humanities fields, including history, media studies, communication studies, and cultural studies"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Unpacking Coke -- 1. Coke and The Coca-Cola Company -- 2. Coke and the Hilltop -- 3. Coke and the Super Bowl -- 4. Coke and the media -- 5. Coke and gender -- 6. Coke and the digital age -- 7. Coke and design -- 8. Coke and sustainability -- 9. Coke and the environment -- 10. Coke and the Cold War -- 11. Coke and America -- 12. Coke and the beach -- 13. Coke and the kids -- 14. Coke and health -- 15. Coke and the competitor -- Index.

"This collection of essays delves into the Coke brand to identify and decode the DNA of this iconic brand. Unlike other accounts, these essays adopt a global approach to understand this global brand. Bringing together an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars, Decoding Coca-Cola critically interrogates the Coke brand as well its constituent parts. By examining those who have been responsible for creating the images of Coke as well as the audiences that have consumed them, these essays offer a unique and revealing insight into the Coke brand and asks whether Coca-Cola is always has the same meaning. Looking into the core meaning, values, and emotions underpinning the Coca-Cola brand, it provides a unique insight into how global brands are created and positioned. This critical examination of one of the world's most recognisable brands will be an essential resource for scholars researching and teaching in the fields of marketing, advertising, and communication. Its unique interdisciplinary approach also makes it accessible to scholars working in other humanities fields, including history, media studies, communication studies, and cultural studies"--

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