Discussion, choose one of the abbreviated research plans that you have drafted. Observing Childhood Assimilation
Identify the potential audiences for the research proposed in the plan.
Select three potential audiences to whom you could potentially present your research findings.
Suggest strategies for presenting your findings to these three audiences in a way that makes the most sense to the audience.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:50 am ad1c9bdddf
Hi and thank you for your patience. Due to the temperamental weather in Germany, I've been having connection disruptions to the BM site - I am sorry if I wasn't able to get to your earlier posting in time. As for this task, using the suggested topic we worked on earlier, I suggest making it simple using this outline:
1. About the Topic - 100 words
2. Likely Audience - 150 words
3. Strategies for presentation per audience - 150
This outline should yield 400 words which should cover what you need. You can use the listed resources to further explore the topic. Just let me know via the feedback section if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies.
AE 105878/Xenia Jones
Considering the Audience
In the academe, it is important to be conscious about presentation so that whoever your audience might be - students, teachers, researchers, policymakers, or a mix of people from different sectors, different cultures, different age groups - etc. The notion of considering your audience when writing a paper, or making an academic presentation or doing a lecture is simple enough - doing so will lead you to think of the best ways to communicate concepts and ideas to them, in language that they will easily access, to engage them, to make the sharing of knowledge more effective. Earlier on, I proposed studying how children learn about the world, and gain skills and abilities to help them thrive and survive through the concept of schemas. I believe that (McLeod, 2009), "Children construct an understanding of the world around them, then experience discrepancies between what they ...
The solution provides information, assistance and advise in considering one's chosen audience for presenting a scientific undertaking. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic. 919 words.
Target Audience & Competition Marketing Strategy
See the attached files.
Target Audience & Competition are the next components to be addressed in the process of developing a Marketing Strategy. To choose an appropriate target market, one must understand how consumers make purchase decisions.
PART 1: General Research
1. Research and discuss Maslow's theory of needs and how it is applied to marketing. Resources MUST include articles in the library's full-text databases.
2. Define the stages of the consumer behavior model (or industrial model, if appropriate) and apply how the concepts affect the marketing effort. Research MUST include material from articles in the library's full-text databases.
PART 2: Application to Product/Service
(NOTE: this section of the assignment will become part of your Final Strategic Marketing Plan)
1. Provide a quick overview of the product or service you created - you should continue using the content from the U2 Discussion Board.
2. Even though you have "created" a product or service, the applications and research in this section will be real.
o Identify your target market. Provide a specific demographic profile and rationale for this decision. Another source that may help you: The US Census Bureau's American Fact Finder. Consider the size of the market and its purchasing power. Research is required to back-up your selection and to provide statistics to show that it is a viable market.
o Analyze your competition. Who are they? Who are the biggest players? How large is the market? What are the trends/forecasts in the industry? How does your product/service fit in? Hoover's Pro in the Library is a good tool for this section; it may be accessed under Find Web Resources'.
The assignment requires the use of ARTICLES from the library's full-text databases. Articles are found in periodicals. These are not to be confused with eBooks or Reference Books. The most popular databases in marketing are: ABI Inform Global, Academic Search Premier, and Business Source Premier.View Full Posting Details