SAGE Publications Ltd
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This book looks at what goes into localization of advertisements in Indian languages.
Adapting to Markets discusses the process of localization of advertisements (ads) in different Indian languages and its socio-cultural implications. While doing so, it provides insights into the ideologies and cultural values of contemporary societies as they have a powerful influence not only on consumers product choices but also on their motivations and lifestyles. The book brings out the manner in which the local market is approached in regional languages to woo consumers and increase sales, the various ways in which localization is achieved and the visual as well as linguistic translation that localized ads involve.
About the Author
Sunitha Srinivas C. is Assistant Professor, Govt. College of Mokeri, Calicut, Kerala. She obtained her MA (English) and PhD from University of Calicut, Kerala.Dr. Srinivas is the recipient of the Editors Choice Award from Home of Letters, Bhubaneswar. She has published research papers on advertising and media studies in peer-reviewed journals and is the author of Functionalism and Indian English Fiction - From Cradle to Grave. She has authored numerous poems. Apart from this, Dr Srinivas has also been a resource person for academic programmes organized by various institutions and universities.