- Volume 11 Issue 4
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of CSR identity on customer-corporate identification and to explore the effect of customer-corporate identification on consumers' affective commitment and behavioral commitment intention. Indeed, this study investigated the mediating role of affective commitment in linking customer-corporate identification and behavioral commitment intention. Results found CSR identity to be a statistically significant construct that has an impact on consumers' customer-corporate identification. The result also showed that customer-corporate identification had positive effect on customers' affective commitment and behavioral commitment intention. And affective commitment was found to be a statistically non significant mediator that explaining the relationship between customer-corporate identification and behavioral commitment intention.