University of Chicago , Chicago, IL, associate professor of anthropology and social sciences.
Contributor of chapters and articles to books, including Asian Media Productions, edited by B. Lamb and D. University of Chicago anthropology professor William Mazzarella is the author of Shoveling Smoke: Advertising and Globalization in Contemporary India, a study of emerging consumerism in the subcontinent following independence.
This insular policy was reversed dramatically in the s and s, when international investment in the form of huge multinational organisations, with a global market space, were encouraged. It was not until the late s that India began entering the global market, developing its own consumer brands and accepting those with existing worldwide recognition for Indian consumption, and it was only after that the country really began opening up, expanding its relationship with the United States and accepting American brands for sale to its population.
The question Mazzarella investigates boils down to this: how do marketing firms with a global reach including, perhaps, management that makes decisions without a good understanding of Indian local culture make international products appeal to Indian middle-class buyers?
The University of Chicago professor looks at the ways a Bombay firm dealt with the issue of branding three different types of product: mobile phones, soft drinks, and condoms. Western, erotic repertoire. On a more general level, Mazzarella's work looks at the ways in which advertising agencies construct their own cultures.
Ad companies, the anthropologist reported, present a virtually unique chance to investigate the ways in which global products intersect with locally produced ones. In the living room-entrance there are two comfortable sofas with three people each, an armchair, a inch LCD TV, a desk, free wi-fi and a library. In the utility room there is a washing and dryer machine, an iron and ironing board.
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