Corporate Communication The purpose of this course is to provide you with insights into strategic corporate communication from an external, internal and integrated perspective, focusing on the coordination of such communication in private and public sector organisations. Topics include corporate branding, identity and image. Strategic Management of Organisations from a Communicative Perspective The aim of this course is to provide you with insights into classical and critical approaches to strategic management in a communicative perspective. Focus is on developing, implementing and evaluating any corporate strategy with particular reference to managing communication processes.
Food Quality and Preference.
The role of geographical distance Pedersen, S. A qualitative study among short- and long-term weight loss maintainers Pedersen, S. A qualitative exploration among short- and long-term weight loss maintainers Pedersen, S. Eating and Weight Disorders. Pride and prejudice - a comparison of consumer preferences for country-of-origins of imported organic foods in Germany and China Pedersen, S.
German consumers are not familiar with Danish organic products Pedersen, S. Consumer evaluation of imported organic food products in emerging economies in Asia Pedersen, S.
May How important is country-of-origin for organic food consumers? The role of food-related shopping, preparation and meal practices in diet quality and association with depressive symptoms Pedersen, S.
Jun Texting your way to healthier eating? The mediation effect of emotional eating between depression and body mass index in the two European countries Denmark and Spain van Strien, T. The role of food-related shopping and preparation practices in diet quality and association with depressive symptoms Toft, M.
Following family or friends: Social norms in adolescent healthy eating Pedersen, S.
Hvordan opfatter forbrugere sundhedsbrands? An exploration of adolescent snacking conventions and dilemmas Bech-Larsen, T. Campaigning for environmental behavioral change Pedersen, S. Nordic scepticism towards health claims Pedersen, S.
Interview om sustainable innovation workshop Pedersen, S.Language: The PhD thesis will be defended in English The defence is public. The dissertation is available for reading at the Graduate School of Science and Technology/GSST, Ny Munkegade , building and , Aarhus C.
Aarhus BSS Graduate School offers seven PhD field programmes. The Department of Business Development and Technology (BTECH) is part of the seventh field programme – Social Science and Business - which ensures that Aarhus BSS is able to train PhD students whose areas of research span several of or lie between the six fields.
Aarhus Universitet Master of Science - MS (alphabetnyc.com), Strategy, Organization and Leadership, Graduated top of class From the web-page at Aarhus University: "To act and contribute as a manager and employee in tomorrow's emerging business community, skills related to strategic, organizational and leadership processes are alphabetnyc.com: PhD Fellow @ Aarhus University.
The students can choose seminars within the following main areas: comparative politics, sociology, international relations, public administration, and public policy.
Normally, the obligatory thesis is written during the last semester. The MSc programme in Marketing qualifies students in state-of-the-art approaches to each of the following strategic marketing areas: innovation, channel management, product/market selection, pricing and profit planning, marketing research and consumer insights, customer and brand relationship, and communications management.
Aarhus University offers more than 60 English taught Master's programmes across Arts, Business & Social Sciences and Science & Technology.