CFP: Latin America (International Journal of Advertising)

Bowen_AmericaOver the next few years, Latin America is predicted to be the fastest growing region in the world in terms of advertising spend (WARC, 2014). Yet, in spite of rapid growth and change, only a few studies in general marketing, and even fewer in marketing communications and advertising specifically, have examined this region or drawn upon data derived from Latin American countries (Fastoso & Whitelock, 2011).

This Special Issue aims to address the scarcity of region-specific research. The explicit objective is to increase our understanding and identify unique characteristics of marketing communications in the region. In line with the scope of the journal, empirical and conceptual papers in relation to all aspects of advertising and marketing communication from a Latin American perspective are welcome. As such, papers could focus on, but are by no means limited to, the following topics:

  • Views of marketing communications by practitioners, academics and policy makers in Latin America
  • Social media and (electronic) Word-of-Mouth in Latin America
  • Cross-cultural and comparative studies, e.g. across Latin American countries, or in comparison to other countries/cultures
  • Unique forms of advertising or promotional practices originating from or in the context of Latin America
  • Regulatory and ethical concerns and responses regarding marketing communication practices in Latin America
  • Symbiotic relationships between Latin America and expatriate communities in other parts of the world in terms of marketing communications
  • The state of cause-related advertising, green/environmental and social marketing-related advertising and marketing communications
  • Social identity, stereotypes, sex and gender, portrayal of other groups, values, culture or appeals in Latin American advertising.

Other topics are also welcome. All submissions should be explicit about their application to or use of data derived from Latin America.

Submission Instructions

In line with the journal policy, all submitted papers will be double-blind peer-reviewed. Submission is electronic through Editorial Manager. Style guidelines and instructions for authors are available here. All manuscripts must be in English. For all queries related to this special issue, please contact the Guest Editor directly.

The time path of the Special Issue is as follows:

15 November 2015 – submission of 500 words abstract for screening by Guest Editor

20 November 2015 – decision on development of full paper

31 January 2016 – submission of full paper and review

1 April 2016 – reviews and editorial decision communicated to authors

31 July 2016 – submission of revised papers

1 October 2016 – final decision on papers

Editorial information

  • Guest Editor: Stephan Dahl, Hull University Business School

References:

*WARC. (2014, October 1). Latin America gains ad share. Retrieved March 2, 2015, fromhttp://www.warc.com/LatestNews/News/Latin_America_gains_ad_share.news?ID=33662

**Fastoso, F., & Whitelock, J. (2011). Why is so little marketing research on Latin America published in high quality journals and what can we do about it?: Lessons from a Delphi study of authors who have succeeded. International Marketing Review, 28(4), 435–449. DOI:10.1108/02651331111149967

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