New marketing, improved marketing, apocryphal marketing: is one marketing concept enough?

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Woodall, T;

PURPOSE – This paper seeks to explore marketing's ambiguous relationship with truth and, in so doing, to question the efficacy and value of the marketing concept and the very nature of marketing itself. Is marketing something that marketers do, or is it something much b... View more
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