Rethinking Advertising as Paratextual Communication (Hardback)
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Rethinking Advertising as Paratextual Communication (Hardback)

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Hardback 160 Pages / Published: 28/04/2022
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Providing new insights into the textual and paratextual character of brands and advertising, this innovative book showcases an extensive selection of vivid and topical case examples that assist the practical understanding of advertising paratexts.



Chris Hackley and Rungpaka Amy Hackley draw on many examples of creative advertisements to illustrate the key features of paratextual advertising and all types of brand communication, practice, strategy and research. The book examines the idea of an advertisement as something that is read and interpreted as a text by an audience, drawing on some of the pioneering research literature that introduced literary forms of analysis into business, management and related fields of scholarship. The authors utilise ideas from literary theory to examine how advertising can be understood, as well as consider semiotic and anthropological perspectives on advertising and digital media.



Aiming to change the way advertising is understood by students, scholars, and by media and management professionals, this book will be a valuable resource for those with an interest in advertising and promotion, marketing, communication, business management, and branding.

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781800882614
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'Rethinking Advertising as Paratextual Communication by Chris Hackley and Rungpaka Amy Hackley is that remarkable and rare book that compromises in neither theoretical sophistication nor contemporary practical relevance. It will delight those looking for new practical tools or "cool" examples to learn from. The book's real gift is the concept of paratextual advertising itself, which has the potential to become the new preferred framework for understanding how advertising works in this messy digital age of ours. Buy this book.'
- Henri Weijo, Aalto University School of Business, Finland


'People generally believe persuasion requires focused attention, something which is more difficult for advertising in the current age. However, high attention is only one way to consume an ad. The Hackley's have hashed out the paratextual one, a way to consume advertising that is more inclusive of the collection of texts of which the ad is a member. It makes for a fascinating read of how consumers draw cultural meaning from advertising texts and paratexts.'
- Tom van Laer, The University of Sydney, Australia


'Innovative, exemplary, outstanding, Hackley and Hackley are the Rolls and Royce, the Moet and Chandon, the Dolce and Gabbana of paratextual communication. Their book's an investment you can't afford to ignore.'
- Stephen Brown, Ulster University, UK

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