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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1558 4051
Name: 
Jackson O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas
Jackson OʹShaughnessy, Nicholas
Nicholas O'Shaughnessy (British politician)
Nicholas O'Shaughnessy (politicien britannique)
O'Shaughnessy, N.
O'SHAUGHNESSY, N J
O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas
O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas J.
O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas Jackson
O'Shaughnessy, Nick
OʹShaughnessy, Nicholas J.
OʹShaughnessy, Nicholas Jackson
OShaughnessy, N. J.
Dates: 
1954-
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Related names: 
Allington, Nigel F. B.
Baines, Paul (1973-)
ebrary, Inc
Henneberg, Stephan C.
Henneberg, Stephan C. M.
O'Shaughnessy, John (1927-)
Ormrod, Robert
Ormrod, Robert P.
Queen Mary, University of London
SAGE.
Titles: 
abuse of rhetoric, The
Age and inequality, 2004:
British General Election of 2005: A Summary Perspective, The
Bush, Blair and Hitler? A review of comparative self-presentation
dark side of political marketing, The
High Priesthood, Low Priestcraft: The Role of Political Consultants
idea of political marketing, The
Light, liberty, and learning : the idea of a university revisited
Marketing of Political Marketing, The
marketing power of emotion, The
Marketing practices of UK high technology firms
Marketing, the consumer society and hedonism
Measuring the effect of political advertising and the case of the 1995 Irish Divorce Referendum
Peevish Penmen: Direct Mail and US Elections, The
Persuasion in advertising
Politics and propaganda : weapons of mass seduction
Postmodernism and marketing: Separating the wheat from the Chaff
Power of emotion
Propaganda and the Nazi brand
Reply to Criticisms of Marketing, the Consumer Society and Hedonism
selling of the President 2004: a marketing perspective, The
Selling terror: the visual rhetoric of Osama Bin Laden
Social propaganda and social marketing : a critical difference?
Strategy and US Cultural Bias
Toward an ethical framework for political marketing
Treating the nation as a brand: Some neglected issues
undermining of beliefs in the autonomy and rationality of consumers, The
Ways of knowing and their applicability
Weapons of Mass Seduction: Propaganda, Media and the Iraq War
Contributed to or performed: 
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MARKETING
JOURNAL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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