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Crafting the Social Dynamics: Staffing, Operating Regulations, and Advertising

  • David L. StearnsEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter describes how Hock and his staff crafted a few key social dynamics at three levels of the system: the central organization’s staff; the overall NBI association; and the cardholding public. I introduce a number of key employees who appear throughout the narrative, analyze the role of the operating regulations, and discuss NBI’s early national advertising campaigns.

Keywords

Credit Card Dispute Resolution Operating Regulation Payment Instrument Cost Reimbursement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Seattle Pacific UniversitySeattleUSA

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