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Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change (Studies in Onomastics, V. 6)

by Shawn M. Clankie

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intellectual property, copyright & patents,
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Sales & marketing,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Reference,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Genealogy,
  • Advertising & Promotion,
  • Brand name products,
  • Generic products,
  • Onomastics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10971477M
    ISBN 100773469559
    ISBN 109780773469556

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Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change (Studies in Onomastics, V. 6) by Shawn M. Clankie Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Theory of Generic Brand Name Change 5. Application of the Theory of Genericization 6. Analysis and Discussion 7. Application of the Theory to Japanese 8. Brand Names, Proprietary law, and Linguistics 9. Conclusion and Areas of Further Study Appendix A: A Corpus of Generic Brand Names Appendix B: Token sot Establish Genericization in Corpus Author: Clankie.

This study centers on linguistic change in brand names, and specifically the process of genericization, where brand names move from specific to generic (e.g., Kleenex tissues to kleenex, Xerox photocopiers to xerox). It will interest scholars not only in linguistics and onomastics, but also those interested in issues of law and intellectual property.

The book also considers a number of important issues: brand names and the law, the relationship of names to other lexical items, cross-cultural aspects of brand names and genericization, and the social foundations of by: 8.

Get this from a library. A theory of genericization on brand name change. [Shawn Clankie] -- Clankie studies how some brand name products make their way into generic usage for a service or action.

An example is Xerox as a brand name product, where linguistically the word is now used as a. Buy A Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change by Shawn M.

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Membership. Member of Hokkaido International Business Association, American Name Society, Cambridge and Oxford Society of Japan, Pi Delta Phi, Gamma Beta Phi.

Cases of brand name genericization in nautical English. Abstract – The widely disseminated use of a brand name is commonly regarded by marketing specialists as an indicator of brand success in a highly competitive marketplace.

From a linguistic perspective, it may result in a type of change called genericization, the linguistic process Author: Virginia Formisano, Agnese Daniela Grimaldi.

A brand name is an essential part of an advertising campaign, identifying and being closely associated with a product or a manufacturer. One of the major functions of a brand name is to catch the attention of the audience and enhance their memorization.

This research takes English-Chinese translation of brand names as an example and studies a prominent feature or strategy of brand name Cited by: 1. The Incredible Little Book of 10, Names for Horses by Barbara Mannis; Two Studies in Roman Nomenclature by D. R Shackleton Bailey; Nicknames by Ron Hauge; The Name Game: An Eclectic Look at How and Why People Name Their Pets by Wendy Nan Rees; Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change (Studies in Onomastics, V.

6) by Shawn M. Clankie. A theory of genericization on brand name change / Shawn M. Clankie. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, c PEH74 The Cambridge grammar of the English language / Rodney Huddleston, Geoffrey K.

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Genericization refers to a largely involuntary linguistic and social process (Clankie, ) where the name of a brand tends to become the generic name for the category of products to which it cness means the ability of a brand name to represent a category of products through the encoding of certain properties (Taylor & Walsh, ).

Cited by: 3. The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available on Emerald Insight at:brand management knowledge and result in strategies relevant to a reflection of brands being. In marketing, brand management begins with an analysis on how a brand is currently perceived in the market, proceeds to planning how the brand should be perceived if it is to achieve its objectives and continues with ensuring that the brand is perceived as planned and secures its ping a good relationship with target markets is essential for brand management.

Clankie S.M. () A Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change. Lewiston, NY, Edwin Mellen Press. common: Clankie S.M. () An Overview of Genericization in Brand Names. Numele şi numirea. Onomastica în spaţiul public actual.

May 9–11 Baja-Mare, Romania. common: Cohen D. () Trademark Strategy. A theory of genericization on brand name change, Shawn Clankie,Business & Economics, pages. Clankie studies how some brand name products make their way into generic usage for a service or action.

An example is Xerox as a brand name product, where linguistically the. Over the next few years (–), the process of genericization, i.e. the process in which a brand-name drug becomes a generic drug after the expiration of its patent, has the potential to increase the market share from its present 13%, worth Euros billion (value based on Class A retail prices).Author: Federico Fontolan, Silvia Zucconi, Carlo Piccinni.

Brand knowledge is conceptualized according to an associative network memory model in terms of two components, brand awareness and brand image (i. e., a set of brand associations). Theory of Genericization on Brand Name Change / Shawn M. Clankie / Man's Ascent to Reason: The Secularization of Western Culture / Gerhard Falk / Biography of Edwin Henry Hackley (): African-American Attorney and Activist / Lisa Pertillar Brevard / Brand names and trademarks: Follow capitalization as used by the brand owner, but ignore logo format—for example, the brand names Lego and Time (the magazine) are treated as all-caps in the respective company logos; companies discourage genericization of trademarks such as kleenex and xerox, but writers have no obligation to honor such usage.

On Brand Name Change: A theory of genericization: Shawn M Clankie: Jul Outsourcing In-Service Education: The effects of a Canadian pedagogical programme on Japanese teachers' of English teaching practices: Melodie Lorie Cook: Oct One? ¿Dos? Drei!: A study of code switching in child trilingualism: Elena Davidiak: JulA Brand Name Takeover occurs whenever a trademark or brand name has become the colloquial or generic description for a specific type of product, rather than just the specific product created by the original trademark holder.

This typically happens when the product in question has become so dominant in the market that the brand is the first thing people think about when they think of the type.ARTICLE Brand displaced Trademarking, unmarking, and making the generic Scott MACLOCHLAINN, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity In this paper, I examine the creation of prop “non-brands” in the United States movie and television industry.