Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Tradeshow exhibits as places of learning: A case study of an exhibit house in the Midwest
by Josefson, Sachel, Ph.D., The University of North Dakota, 2016, 143; 10247139
Abstract (Summary)

The purpose of this case study was to understand tradeshow exhibits as places of learning. The existing literature suggests that tradeshows are events of learning, but the purpose of this research study was to fill a pronounced gap in the literature by better understanding tradeshow exhibits as places of learning through the perceptions and experiences of industry professionals at a Midwestern exhibit house. Tradeshows have traditionally been understood to be temporary marketplaces where organizations from a given industry convene to display their products and services to potential buyers. While tradeshow exhibits are still seen in this research study as temporary places for trade, this research study went beyond this traditional view, to understand tradeshow exhibits as a complex phenomenon that could facilitate many experiences and opportunities for learning.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Smart, Kathy
Commitee: Gourneau, Bonni, Hunter, Cheryl, Schneider, Stuart
School: The University of North Dakota
Department: Teaching and Learning
School Location: United States -- North Dakota
Source: DAI-A 78/06(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Marketing, Design, Adult education
Keywords: Case study, Exhibit design, Exhibits, Experience, Learning, Trade show
Publication Number: 10247139
ISBN: 978-1-369-54721-4
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