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Marketing

Suggested resources for Marketing

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Subject Headings are words, or combinations of words, that are selected to describe the main content of a book, DVD, or other items.

The following selected Subject Headings describe different topics in the field of Marketing. The list is not comprehensive so other Subject Headings may also be applicable to your topic. You can use the headings to find books and more in CityU LibraryFind.

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Suggested Library of Congress (LC) Subject Headings:

Advertising

Branding (Marketing)

Business enterprises -- China

Communication in marketing

Consumer behavior

Customer relations -- Management

Export marketing

Game theory

Internet marketing

Market surveys

Marketing -- China

Marketing -- Management

Marketing research

Product management

Retail trade -- Management

Sales management

Service industries -- Marketing

Special events -- Marketing

Sustainability

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Books on Reserve for Marketing Subjects

Faculty members can place books on reserve for their courses. For more information about Course Reserve and the Depositing Service (for faculty), please see the Course Reserves page.