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POLITICAL MARKETING PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

POLITICAL MARKETING PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

 

 

 

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POLITICAL MARKETING PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

 

 

  1. Incidences of the public agenda on citizens’ political attitudes through the theory of forgotten effects
  2. LEGAL-POLITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CORFU DECLARATION AND ITS IMPACT ON MINORITY ISSUES
  3. The Challenges of Implementing a National Party Message
  4. Political Marketing in a Changing World: Global, National and Regional Dimensions
  5. Relevance of Marketing in Indian Politics
  6. The Influence of Political Marketing Communication Nigerian Generation in General Election 2019
  7. Political marketing: impact of public relations on the change in voter behaviour of consumers (voters)
  8. The Effect of Marketing Promotion Strategy in Political Campaigns: A case Study for the Region of Attica
  9. Political Marketing Communication Strategy Nigerian Presidential Elections
  10. The Ethical Dimension in Political Market Orientation: A Framework for Evaluating the Impact of Nigerian’s Look East Policy on Regional Income Convergence
  11. Enhancing Voters’ Satisfaction towards Political Marketing through Party Characteristics (Policy, Issue) and Candidate Image
  12. Developing Market-Oriented Politics in Nigeria: A Review of the 2019 Presidential Election
  13. Effecting Of Candidate Image On Post-Voting Behaviour, Mediating Roll Of Voters’ Satisfaction In Nigeria
  14. Conceptual change in socio-scientific issues: learning about obesity
  15. Competition, Politics, & Social Media
  16. Political Marketing Communications in Today’s Era: Putting People at the Center
  17. Political Advertising Effectiveness in Nigeria
  18. Renewable energy project implementation in Africa: Ensuring sustainability through community acceptability
  19. Enterprise Risk Management in the Specialty Chemical Distribution Sector: A Literature Review
  20. Not so Intimate Instagram: Images of Nigerian Political Party Leaders in the 2015 National Election Campaign
  21. Predictive Analytics and The 2023 Presidential Election: A Study On Key Predictive Analytics and Candidate Attributes That will Help Predict Results in the 2023 Presidential Election”
  22. Adaptive network approach for emergence of societal bubbles
  23. The Prosperous Justice Party of Nigeria and its Mix Strategy Marketing in the 2023 Election
  24. POLITICAL MARKETING PROCESS AND USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA
  25. The Implications of Facebook in Political Marketing Campaigns in Nigeria
  26. Voting Decision-Making at the Bottom of the Pyramid- A Phenomenological Approach
  27. Influence of Social Media as a tool of Political Marketing in General Elections
  28. Politics, Markets, and Modes of Contract Governance: Regulating Social Services in Nigeria
  29. Mutualism as market practice: An examination of market performativity in the context of anarchism and its implications for post-capitalist politics
  30. SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING IN POLITICS Political behaviour The case of Nigerians living in Nigeria
  31. Communication strategies from Open Government devices in the province of Nigeria
  32. Elements of Marketing Mix and its Relevance in Governance: The Nigeria Democratic Experience.
  33. Personalization and Political Marketing in 19th Century Nigerian Presidential Campaigns: The Birth of the Popular Campaing Culture
  34. Analyzing Political Marketing in Nigerian: A Palm Oil Digital Campaign Case Study
  35. Sustainable Political Social Media Marketing: Effects of Structural Features in Plain Text Messages
  36. Marketing Women Political Leaders
  37. A REVIEW ON INTERNET OF THINGS ARCHITECTURE FOR BIG DATA PROCESSING
  38. A relationship marketing orientation in politics: Young voters’ perceptions of political brands’ use of social media
  39. EFFECTS OF PUBLIC POLICY ON SUSTAINABLE POLITICAL PARTY MANIFESTOES
  40. Political Marketing and Start-Ups
  41. Citizen Participation in Political Markets: Extending Service-Dominant Logic to Public Policy
  42. Practice makes perfect: merging academia and commerce for business growth in Africa
  43. Remaining Financially Healthy and Competitive: The Role of Financial Predictors
  44. NEW MEDIA -THE REFORMING FACTOR OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
  45. Journal of Political Marketing Policy and Political Marketing: Promoting Conflict as Policy
  46. Consistency and change in political marketing
  47. Does Personal Branding Influence More Than Political Marketing And Pull Marketing? The Choice Decision Of The Beginner Voters In Governor Election
  48. Strategy of Media Management in Political Marketing
  49. Political marketing and strategies of digital illusions: Examples from Nigeria
  50. THE MAIN DIRECTIONS OF COMMUNICATIVE DYNAMISM IN THE SPACE OF RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION
  51. Politics, marketing and social media in the 2015 local elections in Nigeria
  52. The futures scenario of entrepreneurship responsible for significant GDP growth
  53. POLITICAL MARKETING FACTORS THAT AFFECT VOTING INTENTION ON Nigerian 2019 ELECTION
  54. Empirical Research on Political Marketing: a Selected Review
  55. Drivers and Outcomes of Political Candidate Image Creation: The Role of Social Media Marketing
  56. On Marketing Strategy in Electoral Politics
  57. Twitter and political communication: the case of the Nigeria in the 2023 general elections
  58. Marketing Scholars and Political Marketing: the Pragmatic and Principled Reasons for Why Marketing Academics Should Research the Use of Marketing in the Political Arena
  59. Examining Brand Strength of Political Candidates: a Performance Premium Approach
  60. A semiotic approach to the dynamics of positioning and position concepts
  61. Engaging perceived value towards political marketing mix for head of region voting decision
  62. Selfie: A Social Media Political Marketing Tool
  63. An examination of market performativity in the context of anarchism and its implications for post-capitalist politics
  64. \Does political issue matter in voting intention in Nigeria? A political marketing perspective
  65. Posting or Advertising? How Political Parties Adapt Their Messaging Strategies to Facebook’s Organic and Paid Media Affordances
  66. Branding Attributes of Political Parties and Leaders in Nigeria
  67. Representation of Candidates for President and Vice Presidential in Political Advertisements Outside The Party Democrats
  68. Brand love and party preference of young political consumers (voters)
  69. The political game of innovation: evidence from the ride hailing service industry
  70. UTILISATION OF BILLBOARDS FOR THE MOBILISATION OF THE ELECTORATE DURING THE 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN THE FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY AND NASARAWA STATE, NIGERIA
  71. Integroly: Automatic Knowledge Graph Population from Social Big Data in the Political Marketing Domain
  72. Democracy as the Economics of Failing Markets, Political Authorities and Morals of Responsibility
  73. Investigating the Mix Effect of Political Marketing and Brand Equity of Political Parties on Voter Commitment and Loyalty in Nigeria
  74. Political differentiation and consolidation of choice in Nigeria. media malaise environment: indirect effects of perceived alikeness on voter participation
  75. Theoretical and methodological issues of analyzing digitization in economic management: The case of the late USSR.
  76. The Effect of Economic Voting Theory on Voter Preference within the Scope of Political Marketing
  77. Modeling the debate dynamics of political communication in social media networks
  78. Political communication in local elections: a comparative analysis of Nigeria
  79. Politics and social media: an analysis of factors anteceding voting intention
  80. How Policy Entrepreneurs Encourage or Hinder Urban Growth Within a Political Market
  81. The impact of social media and news media on political marketing: an empirical study of 2014 Indian General Election
  82. ANALYSIS OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE EATING HABITS IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
  83. Nigerian’s embrace of the Belt and Road Initiative: populist foreign policy and political marketing
  84. Is There Any News Left after Gatekeeping? A Journalistic Perspective from Nigeria on the Multi-Level of Analysis
  85. Regulatory Stalemates Analysis of Iranian Ride-hailing Platform Business by the Advocacy Coalition Framework
  86. COVID-19 and health-oriented party advertisements during the 2023 New Nigerian general election
  87. Political marketing and advocacy: How Nigerian can use political marketing to support their advocacy work
  88. Political markets, the party-related factors and political party’s market-orientation in Nigerian’s democracy: evidence from Nigerian’s 2014 election
  89. Lasting political change performance: knowledge, awareness, and reinforcement (KARe)
  90. Covid-19 Pandemic: Threat or Opportunity? Political Marketing Strategies for Nigeria
  91. Modeling the debate dynamics of political communication in social media networks
  92. Effects of Nigerian’s Religious Authority and Media Coverage on Twitter User’s Attitudes toward COVID-19 Vaccination
  93. The Effect of Economic Voting Theory on Voter Preference within the Scope of Political Marketing
  94. How to compose a media mix to win an electoral campaign? proposing a framework for political marketing
  95. Political Marketing and Social Media Use in Nigerian Politics: Understanding the Nexus
  96. “Send in the Clowns”: The Rise of Celebrity Populism in Nigeria and Its Implications for Political Marketing
  97. Identify Strategies for Determining Electoral Policy Agenda
  98. The institutional environment of small business: opportunities and limitations
  99. Political Communication; A Conceptual Evaluation
  100. What Does It Mean to Have a Presidential Image? A Multiple-Group Confirmatory Factor Analysis Measuring Nigeria in 2020
  101. The Use of WhatsApp on Political Marketing Agenda in Nigerian Politics
  102. International Journal of Research A Study on Concept comparison of Political Marketing and Marketing
  103. The Effect of Economic Voting Theory on Voter Preference within the Scope of Political Marketing
  104. Responsible Firm Behaviour in Political Markets: Judging the Ethicality of Corporate Political Activity in Weak Institutional Environments
  105. Demopathy and the Democratic Malaise
  106. ANALYSIS OF THE POLITICAL MARKETING SUCCESS OF THE WINNING NATIONAL PARTY WITH LOCAL AFFILIATED PARTY IN ACEH
  107. The effect of political neuromarketing 2.0 on election outcomes: The case of Nigerian’s presidential campaign
  108. How Archetypes Influence Political Brands during Elections
  109. The Wrath of Candidates. Drivers of Fear and Enthusiasm Appeals in Election Campaigns across the Globe
  110. The generic structure of the Thai Prime Minister’s weekly address
  111. POLITICAL MARKETING PLAN FOR ASPIRING NATIONAL COUNCIL CANDIDATURE
  112. Political marketing and social media influence on young voters in Nigeria
  113. USING SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: AN EXAMPLE OF THE “INSTAGRAM”
  114. Providing a Model for Electoral Policies Agenda with a Political Marketing Approach
  115. Voter Classification Based on Susceptibility to Persuasive Strategies: A Machine Learning Approach
  116. Moral foundations in chronotypes: morningness predicts conservative morality
  117. Credibility of Political Marketing on Social Networking Sites in Nigeria: Youth Perspectives
  118. Political Marketing of Stream by Candidates through Facebook in the Regional Election of Nigeria
  119. Development of Social Media in Modern Political Marketing
  120. PHILOSOPHY OF PRAGMATISM AS A SOLUTION AFTER AN (UN)SUCCESSFUL TRANSFORMATION
  121. The Political Market and Sustainability Policy
  122. Combining Outcome-Based and Preference-Based Matching: A Constrained Priority Mechanism
  123. Political Marketing on Legislative Elections in Nigeria
  124. Organisational Issues in Olympic Games: A Systematic Review
  125. MEMES AS A MEANS OF COMMUNICATION AND MANIPULATION
  126. Political marketing with data analytics
  127. On the relationship between online brand community and brand preference in political market
  128. Democracy and Political Marketing in Nigeria: 2015, The Critical Turning Point
  129. Political Marketing Through Facebook And Its Influence on The Attitudes of The Nigerian Electors

 

 

 

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