There are many factors that have contributed to the success of Zara but one of its key strengths, which has played a strong role in it becoming a global fashion powerhouse as it is today, is its ability to put customers first. The sub-brand Zara TRF offers trendier and sometimes edgier items to younger women and teenagers. Its first store featured low-priced lookalike products of popular, higher-end clothing and fashion.
One way to grow the organization is further expansion abroad. A survey of journalism program directors indicated that many see opportunities to spread U. This paper discusses the pros and cons of journalism and mass communication accreditation in general, as well as international expansion.
This study focuses on types of trauma that journalists working in an environment marked by violence and threats experience, as well as the resilience they employ to continue working.
Twenty-six print journalists in eight cities near the U. The overall findings indicate a solidarity narrative across these news stories and online comments.
A terrorist attack may create homogeneous communities Ruiz, et al. Through interviews with NGO personnel and media managers and analysis of media reports, we focused on an explanation of why certain types of NGO framing prove more effective in achieving their objectives than others.
Using the concept of both framing alignment and contestation, we explore how NGOs package interpretive orientations of the issues and set up media frames, and how they Zara organizational structure assessed and readjusted their media strategies when confronting counter-frame arguments.
Findings suggest that the international NGO Greenpeace were better at strategically use framing alignment with both the government and media, whereas domestic grassroots NGOs failed to align their frames appropriately to gain advantages in framing contestation.
This study also reflects on the problem of civil society in China: If indigenous NGOs are quite weak and inept compared to a big transnational NGO like Greenpeace, the formation of a vibrant Chinese civil society may be problematic and unrealistic. I compare coverage between the liberal media system and the polarized pluralist media system.
Leveraging a highly salient event: The study explored differences and similarities in coverage of the outbreak across media systems. Findings revealed that the liberal media system framing of the Ebola outbreak fell into three major categories that differed from the polarized pluralist framing.
Journalists in the liberal media system emphasized the limitations of the African continent in the coverage of Ebola.
On the other hand, the polarized pluralist media system framing of the outbreak differed from the liberal media system framing because they emphasized the broader implications of the outbreak.
From Physical Space to Cyberspace: We studied international cartoon re-presentations of the imaginary Great Firewall of China.
Country Mentions on Twitter: It proposes and tests a new theoretical framework that explains and predicts country mentions on Twitter. This study concludes that countries with greater economic power will be mentioned more frequently on Twitter but also that, independent of economic power, larger countries will be mentioned more frequently and so will countries that experience more humanitarian crises.
Implications and limitations of the findings are discussed. This study analyzes the neutral-advocate dimension of the journalistic voice in news stories introducing a cross-culture measure of journalistic voice in news. The results show that interventionism is not limited to Mediterranean or partisan media cultures, but can be explained by structural variables such as media freedom and the level of crime in society as well as organizational-level variables such as political leaning of the news outlet, news beat as well as the amount of sources that accompany the journalistic voice in news stories.
Transnational media in a resurgent nationalist movement era: However, recent nationalist movements resurge in the United States and abroad.
This study sought to identify an association between transnational media use and nationalist and internationalist identities in the U. With a panel survey of Americans, it found that nationalism predicted perceived credibility of national media, and Fox news in particular.
It also found that internationalism predicted credibility and consumption of transnational media.
Drugs, Politics, and the Media: As Turkish police fight drug smuggling through the borders, the public is not well-informed about the issue: A qualitative analysis of the news stories by two mainstream dailies, Hurriyet and Sabah, shows that the coverage is 1 highly politicized, and 2 low in quality.
Despite common stereotypes about how variables like gender, youth, income, nationality, and liberal or conservative ideology affect political and cultural attitudes in Arab countries, these indicators were not significant predictors of concerns about online surveillance by governments and companies.
Arab nationals reported greater concern about companies monitoring their online activity, while expatriates were more worried about government surveillance. The study uses literature on the attribute substitution heuristic to discuss how people might form stereotypes about large groups of people.
This paper explores, through the views of journalists in India, the impact of corporatization as well as of the news-politician relationship on their work as well as on the content of news.
It finds considerable instrumental use of the media to the advantage of corporate owners and particularly politicians. Partisanship shapes Indian news content considerably.The legacy you leave is the life you lead. And leadership can be a powerful tool for good—whether leading a team or developing your individual potential to achieve your personal best.
The organization's structure that impacts the performance of Zara: Zara is one of the most successful sister-concern of the Inditex textile company.
It uses some exceptional organizational structure. M. Phil – Economics, Education, Governance & Organizational Sciences, Foreign Relations & Islamic Studies; Duration 2 to 3 years; Eligibility 60% marks in last attended 16 years degree in appropriate discipline less languages in annual based system.
Close the Loop. In Zara stores, customers can always find new products—but they’re in limited supply. There is a sense of tantalizing exclusivity, since only a few items are on display even. Nov 18, · Inditex headquarters is located in A Coruna, Spain, which is also the site where the first Zara store was opened.
Inditex owns retail stores Zara, Pull and Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home, and Uterque. A case-study of ZARA The Slitherers Michael Bijata Benjamin Buxton Enric Miralles Navarro Rubén Moreno Prósper Sonja Sanwald • Basic information: location, size, history, business sector, competitors, organizational structure.
The Slitherers - IPYGO 3 Inditex Group • First Zara store opens in in La Coruña (Galicia.