Nationally Recognized Expert Presents Framing in Communications
February 22, 2002
As part of its ongoing Executive Speaker Series, The Anderson Schools are presenting an international expert in the field of framing effects in marketing communications. On Friday, March 8, professor Irwin P. Levin from the University of Iowa will present a breakfast lecture at 7:30 a.m. at UNM Continuing Education, 1634 University Blvd NE, Room H. A buffet breakfast will be provided.
While framing effects are everywhere, research has provided mixed results as to how the alternative framing of information in positive or negative terms affects the decisions of consumers. For instance, how should a firm market a package of ground beef: 80% lean or 20% fat? A major application area of Levinís work is in wording of questionnaires, other measurement instruments, and advertising. However, as Levin points out in his research findings, framing effects may occur in any communications situation.
The cost is $20.00 per person and reservations are required in advance. For more information or reservations, call 277-6264 or email email@example.com by Wednesday, March 6.
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