. 13, ed. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. J.C. Olson, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 684-687. Belk, Russell W. and Wendy J. Bryce (1986), "Materialism and Individual Determinism in U.S. and Japanese Print and Television Advertising," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. ...PSY322/Consumer Psychology and Research June 16, 2013 Case Study Analysis The subject case studies are designed in order to conceptualize the cross-cultural consumer behaviors, their effects on business and company activities while analyzing the case study. As might be surmised, the topics of consumer acculturation, adoption, decision processes and diffusion are frequently examined. Leeflang, Peter S.H. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 126-128. Hills, Gerald E., Donald H. Granbois, and James M. Patterson (1973), "Black Consumer Perceptions of Food Store Attributes," Journal of Marketing, 37 (April), 47-57. R. Bagozzi and A. Tybout, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 699-701. McCracken, Grant (1986), "Culture and Consumption: A Theoretical Account of the Structure and Movement of the Cultural Meaning of Consumer Goods," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (June), 71-84. Answer: D. Diff: 1 Page Ref: 406. Cunningham, Bronis Verhage, and Alain Strazzieri (1983), "Societal Development and Family Purchasing Roles: A Cross-National Study," Journal of Consumer Research, 9 (March), 436-442. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. in Advances in Consumer Behavior, Vol. Imperia, Giovanna, Thomas C. O'Guinn, and Elizabeth A. MacAdams (1985), "Family Decision Making Role Perceptions Among Mexican-Americans and Anglo Wives: A Cross Cultural Comparison," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 13, ed. Brislin, Richard W. (1970), "Back-Translation for Cross-Cultural Research," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1 (3), 185-216. Reilly, Michael and William L. Rathje (1985), "Consumption and Status Across Cultural Boundaries: Nonreactive Evidence," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Cote, Joseph and Patriya S. Tansuhaj (1989), "Culture Bound Assumptions in Behavior Intention Models," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 7, ed. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 59-64. Hawkins, Del I., Don Roupe and Kenneth A. Coney (1981), "The Influence of Geographic Subcultures in the United States," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 8, ed. Anderson, Ronald and Jack Engledow (1977), "A Factor Analytic Comparison of U.S. and German Information Seekers," Journal of Consumer Research, 3 (March), 185-196. Wilkie, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 364-371. The self-identification measure proposed by Hirschman avoids ethnocentric bias of the researcher as might be present in determining subpopulations on the basis of language alone. Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 169-175. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. (1991) The Disuniting of America, Nashville, TN: White Direct Books. Over time, not only has the number of subcultural studies increased, but the cultures being investigated have broadened in scope. As there is a large proportion of international students studying business administration at Centria Univer-sity of Applied Sciences, the author has set the target group of this research to be international business Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 182-185. Language is the most important aspect of culture. Hawes, Douglass K., Sigmund Gronmo, and John Arndt (1978), "Shopping and Leisure Time: Some Preliminary Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Time-Budget Expenditures," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Although the methodological issues specific to this research have long been acknowledged in the literature, recent studies confirm that the standards demanded by earlier studies have not been met. Glaser, Barney G. and Anselm Strauss (1967), The Discovery of Grounded Theory, Chicago, IL: Aldine. Subcultural research has become increasingly sophisticated with comparison of more diverse groups. Richard Lutz, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 568-572. Hempel, Donald J. in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 15, ed. Silk (1981), "Measure Unreliability: A Hidden Threat to Cross-National Marketing Research?" The study of goods and material possessions is closely linked to the concept of materialism proposed by Belk and Bryce (1986) as "the tendency to view possessions as the primary sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction" (p. 568). 4, July), 393-402. Hunt, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 408-410. Consumer behavior is influenced by cultural norms and beliefs. Kirpalani, V.H. B) cross-cultural consumer research . This article reviews the cultural relationships with the self, personality, and attitude, which are the basis of consumer behavior models In addition, the real challenge for consumer researchers is to look further for similarities among people of the world, as opposed to differences. Regardless of the dominant religion, Ger and Belk (1990) found the protestant work ethic and the subsequent increased value of material possessions to be surprisingly prevalent in Third World countries (Lee 1989; Wallendorf and Arnould 1987). <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Consistent with the previous Figure, an "*" signifies that more than one country/culture was studied. For example, a study comparing German and Canadian students (Rudman 1990), a study comparing residents of India with Indian immigrants (Mehta and Belk 1991), and a comparison between Mexican and French couples (Jolibert and Fernandez-Moreno 1983), found that men and women apparently associate different meanings with goods, regardless of cultural differences. First, it identifies areas needing additional research. 14, eds. 10, eds. Kirpalani, V.H. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. Swagler, Roger M. (1977), "Information Patterns in Indigenous African Markets: A Lesson in Consumer Performance," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. (1980), "Cultural Comparisons of Variety-Seeking Behavior," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Business is analytics, and data on the cross-cultural marketplace is no longer just a bonus. Artifacts as Cultural Representations. The child growing up in a society leans University Faculty of Economics Adminitrative Michael J. Houston, Provo, UT:Association for Consumer Research, 403-410. 7, ed. Wilkes, Robert E. and Humberto Valencia, (1985), "A Note on Generic Purchaser Generalizations and Subcultural Variations," Journal of Marketing, 49 (Summer), 114-120. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. In reviewing the countries and cultures studied by consumer researchers during the last two decades, a diverse and substantial number of cultures have been investigated. FIGURE 1 PUBLICATION TRENDS (NUMBER OF ARTICLES PER YEAR) Expanding to Other U.S. Subcultures From 1975 to 1985, cross-cultural research continued to expand both in terms of the number of articles published and the diversity of subcultures investigated. Arnould, Eric J. As reflected in demographic and sociological changes within the U.S., the Hispanic subculture was frequently topic for research as shown in Figure 2. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. 10, ed. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. Prior to 1975, cross-cultural research focused on comparing a single culture with the U.S. Clearly the 1975-85 decade saw cross-cultural researchers expanding the scope of their research to include more diverse cultures and subcultures in a simultaneous examination. 6, ed. If you would like to join the Consumer Psychology & Cross-Cultural Research SIG, please contact Dr Nina Michaelidou. Tan, Chin Tiong and John U. Farley (1987), "The Impact of Cultural Patterns on Cognition and Intention in Singapore," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (March), 540-544. REFERENCES Alexander, Katherine and James McCullough (1980), "Cultural Differences in Preventative Health Care Choice: A Study of Participation in a Cervical Cancer Screening Program Among Mexican-Americans" in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. E) cross-cultural localization . Pruden, Henry O. and Douglas S. Longman (1972), "Race, Alienation and Consumerism," Journal of Marketing, 36 (July), 58-63. Yet initial findings suggest that cross-culturally, a fatalistic approach to life may affect behavioral intentions which in turn influence attitudes towards brand loyalty and perceived risk (Cote and Tansuhaj 1989; Gentry, Tansuhaj, Manzer, and John 1988; Mehta and Belk 1991; Saegert, Hoover, and Tharp 1985; Stanton, Chandran, and Lowenhar 1981). The "general" category (as noted in Arnould 1989) is used when the researcher examined artifacts in general as opposed to a specific class of goods such as durables. Hempel, Donald J. The comprehensive literature review of cross-cultural consumer behavior research undertaken in this paper could advance the consumer behavior discipline in several ways. Shout To The Lord Chords Pdf C, Newsletter Images Background, White Chocolate Brands In Usa, Carey Hart Tattoo Shop, Newman's Own French Dressing, Ships Sunk By Kamikaze, Doterra On Guard Recipe, Bat Coloring Pages For Adults, " /> . 13, ed. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. J.C. Olson, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 684-687. Belk, Russell W. and Wendy J. Bryce (1986), "Materialism and Individual Determinism in U.S. and Japanese Print and Television Advertising," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. ...PSY322/Consumer Psychology and Research June 16, 2013 Case Study Analysis The subject case studies are designed in order to conceptualize the cross-cultural consumer behaviors, their effects on business and company activities while analyzing the case study. As might be surmised, the topics of consumer acculturation, adoption, decision processes and diffusion are frequently examined. Leeflang, Peter S.H. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 126-128. Hills, Gerald E., Donald H. Granbois, and James M. Patterson (1973), "Black Consumer Perceptions of Food Store Attributes," Journal of Marketing, 37 (April), 47-57. R. Bagozzi and A. Tybout, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 699-701. McCracken, Grant (1986), "Culture and Consumption: A Theoretical Account of the Structure and Movement of the Cultural Meaning of Consumer Goods," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (June), 71-84. Answer: D. Diff: 1 Page Ref: 406. Cunningham, Bronis Verhage, and Alain Strazzieri (1983), "Societal Development and Family Purchasing Roles: A Cross-National Study," Journal of Consumer Research, 9 (March), 436-442. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. in Advances in Consumer Behavior, Vol. Imperia, Giovanna, Thomas C. O'Guinn, and Elizabeth A. MacAdams (1985), "Family Decision Making Role Perceptions Among Mexican-Americans and Anglo Wives: A Cross Cultural Comparison," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 13, ed. Brislin, Richard W. (1970), "Back-Translation for Cross-Cultural Research," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1 (3), 185-216. Reilly, Michael and William L. Rathje (1985), "Consumption and Status Across Cultural Boundaries: Nonreactive Evidence," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Cote, Joseph and Patriya S. Tansuhaj (1989), "Culture Bound Assumptions in Behavior Intention Models," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 7, ed. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 59-64. Hawkins, Del I., Don Roupe and Kenneth A. Coney (1981), "The Influence of Geographic Subcultures in the United States," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 8, ed. Anderson, Ronald and Jack Engledow (1977), "A Factor Analytic Comparison of U.S. and German Information Seekers," Journal of Consumer Research, 3 (March), 185-196. Wilkie, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 364-371. The self-identification measure proposed by Hirschman avoids ethnocentric bias of the researcher as might be present in determining subpopulations on the basis of language alone. Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 169-175. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. (1991) The Disuniting of America, Nashville, TN: White Direct Books. Over time, not only has the number of subcultural studies increased, but the cultures being investigated have broadened in scope. As there is a large proportion of international students studying business administration at Centria Univer-sity of Applied Sciences, the author has set the target group of this research to be international business Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 182-185. Language is the most important aspect of culture. Hawes, Douglass K., Sigmund Gronmo, and John Arndt (1978), "Shopping and Leisure Time: Some Preliminary Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Time-Budget Expenditures," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Although the methodological issues specific to this research have long been acknowledged in the literature, recent studies confirm that the standards demanded by earlier studies have not been met. Glaser, Barney G. and Anselm Strauss (1967), The Discovery of Grounded Theory, Chicago, IL: Aldine. Subcultural research has become increasingly sophisticated with comparison of more diverse groups. Richard Lutz, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 568-572. Hempel, Donald J. in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 15, ed. Silk (1981), "Measure Unreliability: A Hidden Threat to Cross-National Marketing Research?" The study of goods and material possessions is closely linked to the concept of materialism proposed by Belk and Bryce (1986) as "the tendency to view possessions as the primary sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction" (p. 568). 4, July), 393-402. Hunt, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 408-410. Consumer behavior is influenced by cultural norms and beliefs. Kirpalani, V.H. B) cross-cultural consumer research . This article reviews the cultural relationships with the self, personality, and attitude, which are the basis of consumer behavior models In addition, the real challenge for consumer researchers is to look further for similarities among people of the world, as opposed to differences. Regardless of the dominant religion, Ger and Belk (1990) found the protestant work ethic and the subsequent increased value of material possessions to be surprisingly prevalent in Third World countries (Lee 1989; Wallendorf and Arnould 1987). <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Consistent with the previous Figure, an "*" signifies that more than one country/culture was studied. For example, a study comparing German and Canadian students (Rudman 1990), a study comparing residents of India with Indian immigrants (Mehta and Belk 1991), and a comparison between Mexican and French couples (Jolibert and Fernandez-Moreno 1983), found that men and women apparently associate different meanings with goods, regardless of cultural differences. First, it identifies areas needing additional research. 14, eds. 10, eds. Kirpalani, V.H. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. Swagler, Roger M. (1977), "Information Patterns in Indigenous African Markets: A Lesson in Consumer Performance," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. (1980), "Cultural Comparisons of Variety-Seeking Behavior," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Business is analytics, and data on the cross-cultural marketplace is no longer just a bonus. Artifacts as Cultural Representations. The child growing up in a society leans University Faculty of Economics Adminitrative Michael J. Houston, Provo, UT:Association for Consumer Research, 403-410. 7, ed. Wilkes, Robert E. and Humberto Valencia, (1985), "A Note on Generic Purchaser Generalizations and Subcultural Variations," Journal of Marketing, 49 (Summer), 114-120. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. In reviewing the countries and cultures studied by consumer researchers during the last two decades, a diverse and substantial number of cultures have been investigated. FIGURE 1 PUBLICATION TRENDS (NUMBER OF ARTICLES PER YEAR) Expanding to Other U.S. Subcultures From 1975 to 1985, cross-cultural research continued to expand both in terms of the number of articles published and the diversity of subcultures investigated. Arnould, Eric J. As reflected in demographic and sociological changes within the U.S., the Hispanic subculture was frequently topic for research as shown in Figure 2. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. 10, ed. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. Prior to 1975, cross-cultural research focused on comparing a single culture with the U.S. Clearly the 1975-85 decade saw cross-cultural researchers expanding the scope of their research to include more diverse cultures and subcultures in a simultaneous examination. 6, ed. If you would like to join the Consumer Psychology & Cross-Cultural Research SIG, please contact Dr Nina Michaelidou. Tan, Chin Tiong and John U. Farley (1987), "The Impact of Cultural Patterns on Cognition and Intention in Singapore," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (March), 540-544. REFERENCES Alexander, Katherine and James McCullough (1980), "Cultural Differences in Preventative Health Care Choice: A Study of Participation in a Cervical Cancer Screening Program Among Mexican-Americans" in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. E) cross-cultural localization . Pruden, Henry O. and Douglas S. Longman (1972), "Race, Alienation and Consumerism," Journal of Marketing, 36 (July), 58-63. Yet initial findings suggest that cross-culturally, a fatalistic approach to life may affect behavioral intentions which in turn influence attitudes towards brand loyalty and perceived risk (Cote and Tansuhaj 1989; Gentry, Tansuhaj, Manzer, and John 1988; Mehta and Belk 1991; Saegert, Hoover, and Tharp 1985; Stanton, Chandran, and Lowenhar 1981). The "general" category (as noted in Arnould 1989) is used when the researcher examined artifacts in general as opposed to a specific class of goods such as durables. Hempel, Donald J. The comprehensive literature review of cross-cultural consumer behavior research undertaken in this paper could advance the consumer behavior discipline in several ways. Shout To The Lord Chords Pdf C, Newsletter Images Background, White Chocolate Brands In Usa, Carey Hart Tattoo Shop, Newman's Own French Dressing, Ships Sunk By Kamikaze, Doterra On Guard Recipe, Bat Coloring Pages For Adults, " />
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As there are many cultures throughout the world … Wiley, James B. and Gordon G. Bechtel (1985), "Scaling of Cross-National Survey Data," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. stream Each issue, published quarterly, examines topics that span societies, nations and cultures, providing strategies for the systematic testing of theories about human society and behavior. Douglas, Susan P., (1979), "A Cross-National Exploration of Husband-Wife Involvement in Selected Household Activities," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Other terms used in cross-cultural research such as socio-culture, assimilation, acculturation, and socialization need to be explicitly defined by the researcher to avoid the terminology confusion that now exists. Author: Hasan Kalyoncu largely learned. This attitude might be positive, negative, and neutral. Cultural Foundations of the Endorsement Process," Journal of Consumer Research, 16 (December), 310-321. AU - Shavitt, Sharon. PUBLICATION TRENDS (NUMBER OF ARTICLES PER YEAR). Each subculture is presented as a box. 17, eds. Hall, Edward T. and Mildred Reed Hall (1989), Understanding Cultural Differences, Yarmouth, MA: International Press. Abstract Over the last 25 years, cross‐cultural consumer psychology has developed into a well‐researched domain, delivering important insights into how cultural differences influence consumer phenomena. Figure 2 illustrates the diverse subcultures investigated as well as the trend away from studying the African-American subculture to studies of the Hispanic subculture in the mid-1980s. Consumers tend to have an attitude when it comes to a particular product being made in a particular country. The level of investigation of cross-cultural research has become more sophisticated over the years with researchers comparing and contrasting two or more cultures simultaneously. (1974), "Family Buying Decisions: A Cross-Cultural Perspective," Journal of Marketing Research, 11 (August), 295-302. The first three papers address new motivational and cognitive patterns associated with cultural self-construals. 13, ed. A substantial lack of knowledge has led to calls for investigations into the differences or similarities of consumers across nations and OPERATIONALIZATION OF CULTURE: BELIEFS AND VALUES. �)u�eH�\Vm^]҅UD�ڼ��R@�����y�}w���*>. 13, ed. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. J.C. Olson, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 684-687. Belk, Russell W. and Wendy J. Bryce (1986), "Materialism and Individual Determinism in U.S. and Japanese Print and Television Advertising," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. ...PSY322/Consumer Psychology and Research June 16, 2013 Case Study Analysis The subject case studies are designed in order to conceptualize the cross-cultural consumer behaviors, their effects on business and company activities while analyzing the case study. As might be surmised, the topics of consumer acculturation, adoption, decision processes and diffusion are frequently examined. Leeflang, Peter S.H. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 126-128. Hills, Gerald E., Donald H. Granbois, and James M. Patterson (1973), "Black Consumer Perceptions of Food Store Attributes," Journal of Marketing, 37 (April), 47-57. R. Bagozzi and A. Tybout, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 699-701. McCracken, Grant (1986), "Culture and Consumption: A Theoretical Account of the Structure and Movement of the Cultural Meaning of Consumer Goods," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (June), 71-84. Answer: D. Diff: 1 Page Ref: 406. Cunningham, Bronis Verhage, and Alain Strazzieri (1983), "Societal Development and Family Purchasing Roles: A Cross-National Study," Journal of Consumer Research, 9 (March), 436-442. Thomas Kinnear, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research 748-752. in Advances in Consumer Behavior, Vol. Imperia, Giovanna, Thomas C. O'Guinn, and Elizabeth A. MacAdams (1985), "Family Decision Making Role Perceptions Among Mexican-Americans and Anglo Wives: A Cross Cultural Comparison," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 13, ed. Brislin, Richard W. (1970), "Back-Translation for Cross-Cultural Research," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1 (3), 185-216. Reilly, Michael and William L. Rathje (1985), "Consumption and Status Across Cultural Boundaries: Nonreactive Evidence," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Cote, Joseph and Patriya S. Tansuhaj (1989), "Culture Bound Assumptions in Behavior Intention Models," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 7, ed. Elizabeth C. Hirschman and Morris B. Holbrook, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 59-64. Hawkins, Del I., Don Roupe and Kenneth A. Coney (1981), "The Influence of Geographic Subcultures in the United States," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 8, ed. Anderson, Ronald and Jack Engledow (1977), "A Factor Analytic Comparison of U.S. and German Information Seekers," Journal of Consumer Research, 3 (March), 185-196. Wilkie, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 364-371. The self-identification measure proposed by Hirschman avoids ethnocentric bias of the researcher as might be present in determining subpopulations on the basis of language alone. Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 169-175. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. (1991) The Disuniting of America, Nashville, TN: White Direct Books. Over time, not only has the number of subcultural studies increased, but the cultures being investigated have broadened in scope. As there is a large proportion of international students studying business administration at Centria Univer-sity of Applied Sciences, the author has set the target group of this research to be international business Marvin Goldberg, Gerald Gorn and Richard W. Pollay, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 182-185. Language is the most important aspect of culture. Hawes, Douglass K., Sigmund Gronmo, and John Arndt (1978), "Shopping and Leisure Time: Some Preliminary Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Time-Budget Expenditures," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Although the methodological issues specific to this research have long been acknowledged in the literature, recent studies confirm that the standards demanded by earlier studies have not been met. Glaser, Barney G. and Anselm Strauss (1967), The Discovery of Grounded Theory, Chicago, IL: Aldine. Subcultural research has become increasingly sophisticated with comparison of more diverse groups. Richard Lutz, Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research, 568-572. Hempel, Donald J. in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 15, ed. Silk (1981), "Measure Unreliability: A Hidden Threat to Cross-National Marketing Research?" The study of goods and material possessions is closely linked to the concept of materialism proposed by Belk and Bryce (1986) as "the tendency to view possessions as the primary sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction" (p. 568). 4, July), 393-402. Hunt, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 408-410. Consumer behavior is influenced by cultural norms and beliefs. Kirpalani, V.H. B) cross-cultural consumer research . This article reviews the cultural relationships with the self, personality, and attitude, which are the basis of consumer behavior models In addition, the real challenge for consumer researchers is to look further for similarities among people of the world, as opposed to differences. Regardless of the dominant religion, Ger and Belk (1990) found the protestant work ethic and the subsequent increased value of material possessions to be surprisingly prevalent in Third World countries (Lee 1989; Wallendorf and Arnould 1987). <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Consistent with the previous Figure, an "*" signifies that more than one country/culture was studied. For example, a study comparing German and Canadian students (Rudman 1990), a study comparing residents of India with Indian immigrants (Mehta and Belk 1991), and a comparison between Mexican and French couples (Jolibert and Fernandez-Moreno 1983), found that men and women apparently associate different meanings with goods, regardless of cultural differences. First, it identifies areas needing additional research. 14, eds. 10, eds. Kirpalani, V.H. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. Swagler, Roger M. (1977), "Information Patterns in Indigenous African Markets: A Lesson in Consumer Performance," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. (1980), "Cultural Comparisons of Variety-Seeking Behavior," in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. Business is analytics, and data on the cross-cultural marketplace is no longer just a bonus. Artifacts as Cultural Representations. The child growing up in a society leans University Faculty of Economics Adminitrative Michael J. Houston, Provo, UT:Association for Consumer Research, 403-410. 7, ed. Wilkes, Robert E. and Humberto Valencia, (1985), "A Note on Generic Purchaser Generalizations and Subcultural Variations," Journal of Marketing, 49 (Summer), 114-120. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. In reviewing the countries and cultures studied by consumer researchers during the last two decades, a diverse and substantial number of cultures have been investigated. FIGURE 1 PUBLICATION TRENDS (NUMBER OF ARTICLES PER YEAR) Expanding to Other U.S. Subcultures From 1975 to 1985, cross-cultural research continued to expand both in terms of the number of articles published and the diversity of subcultures investigated. Arnould, Eric J. As reflected in demographic and sociological changes within the U.S., the Hispanic subculture was frequently topic for research as shown in Figure 2. Kent Monroe, Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Consumer Research, 564-567. 10, ed. Dawson and Bamossy (1990) found the "increased saliency of ownership of material goods" to be related to Calvinist idealism expressed through organized religion; thus including many cultures outside the U.S.. Prior to 1975, cross-cultural research focused on comparing a single culture with the U.S. Clearly the 1975-85 decade saw cross-cultural researchers expanding the scope of their research to include more diverse cultures and subcultures in a simultaneous examination. 6, ed. If you would like to join the Consumer Psychology & Cross-Cultural Research SIG, please contact Dr Nina Michaelidou. Tan, Chin Tiong and John U. Farley (1987), "The Impact of Cultural Patterns on Cognition and Intention in Singapore," Journal of Consumer Research, 13 (March), 540-544. REFERENCES Alexander, Katherine and James McCullough (1980), "Cultural Differences in Preventative Health Care Choice: A Study of Participation in a Cervical Cancer Screening Program Among Mexican-Americans" in Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. E) cross-cultural localization . Pruden, Henry O. and Douglas S. Longman (1972), "Race, Alienation and Consumerism," Journal of Marketing, 36 (July), 58-63. Yet initial findings suggest that cross-culturally, a fatalistic approach to life may affect behavioral intentions which in turn influence attitudes towards brand loyalty and perceived risk (Cote and Tansuhaj 1989; Gentry, Tansuhaj, Manzer, and John 1988; Mehta and Belk 1991; Saegert, Hoover, and Tharp 1985; Stanton, Chandran, and Lowenhar 1981). The "general" category (as noted in Arnould 1989) is used when the researcher examined artifacts in general as opposed to a specific class of goods such as durables. Hempel, Donald J. The comprehensive literature review of cross-cultural consumer behavior research undertaken in this paper could advance the consumer behavior discipline in several ways.

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