Chapter 13: Life Style and Psychographics: Definitions, Uses, and Problems


Chapter 13 of Life Style and Psychographics

Wells has divided the section into three parts. The first handles the question of definitions, specifying the differences between life style and psychographic research. Secondly, he summarizes a variety of uses in which life style and psychographic research has been employed. The final section describes the difficulties, problems, and controversies that are still unresolved.


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ISBN: 9781613111166
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William D. Wells William D. Wells

Dr. William D. Wells is retired from being Professor of Advertising at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Dr. Wells is the former Executive Vice President and Director of Marketing Services at DDB Needham Chicago. He is the only representative of the advertising business elected to the Attitude Research Hall of Fame. Dr. Wells was formerly Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Chicago. He joined Needham, Harper, Chicago as Director of Corporate Research. He is the author of more than 60 books and articles.


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