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Model analysis of slogan attitude, brand attitude, and brand recall of retail brands (유통 브랜드의 슬로건 태도, 브랜드 태도, 브랜드 회상 모형 분석)

  • Yoh, Eunah
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.338-347
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    • 2013
  • In this study, it was explored a research model consisting of slogan attitude, brand familiarity, brand attitude, brand recall, and product category recall of retailers. Experimental research was conducted with 3,028 males and females in their 20's to 40's using stimuli of 10 slogan-brand sets from various types of retailers. In results, the research model developed based on the literature was confirmed and supported by data. In the model test, all hypotheses were supported. The effects of slogan attitude and brand familiarity on brand attitude were confirmed. Also, brand familiarity affected brand recall. Category recall was predicted by brand attitude and brand recall. As consumers have better attitude toward slogans, they tend to have better attitude toward the brand. As consumers are more familiar with the brand, they are likely to better recall brands when they are exposed to the slogan. As consumers have better attitude toward brand and better recall the brand, they tend to better recall the business category when they see the slogan. Study findings may help marketers to develop better strategies for slogan use by considering diverse variables related to consumer responses toward slogan attitudes.

The Effects of Private Brand Value on Brand Trust, Brand Attitude and Brand Loyalty (유통업체 브랜드 가치가 브랜드 신뢰, 브랜드 태도, 브랜드 충성도에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Jong-Oh
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.8
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    • pp.159-173
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study examines the relationship among private brand value, brand trust, brand attitude and brand loyalty. Theoretical studies and the current study indicate that private brand loyalty is influenced by brand value, brand trust, and brand attitude. Through the empirical survey undertaken for this study, it was found that emotional value, social value, functional value, and brand trust including brand attitude influence brand loyalty. The results of empirical analysis can be summarized by the following: First, private brand value had a significant direct effect on brand trust and brand attitude. Second, emotional value and functional value had a positive effect on brand trust and brand attitude. Further, social value had a significant direct effect on brand attitude. And social value had a significant indirect effect on brand attitude through brand trust. Third, brand trust had a significant direct effect on brand attitude. And brand trust had a significant indirect effect on brand loyalty through brand attitude. Fourth, brand attitude had a positive effect on brand loyalty. Therefore, These finding will spawn both academic and practitioner interest in the private brand value and serve as a foundation for further research in this important area.

The Influence of Brand Previous Knowledge, Previous Brand Attitude, Perceived Quality on VMD Cognition and Attitude (브랜드 사전지식, 사전 브랜드 태도, 지각된 품질이 VMD 인지와 태도에 미치는 영향)

  • Park, Hyun-Hee
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.7 no.5
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    • pp.519-526
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    • 2005
  • The major aim of this study was to find out the influence of brand previous knowledge, previous brand attitude, perceived quality on VMD cognition and attitude. Eight brands were selected as experimental stimuli brands for this study. A total of 320 questionnaires were obtained from college students living in Daegu. Using factor analysis, each of brand previous knowledge, previous brand attitude, perceived quality, VMD attitude were extracted one factor.VMD cognition were divided into 5 factors; Coordination, Attractiveness, Fashionability, Fitness, and Functionality. The results revealed that previous brand attitude and perceived quality affected VMD cognition and VMD attitude, while brand previous knowledge did not affect VMD cognition and VMD attitude. Therefore, when companies related to fashion investigate the effect of VMD, they should consider the previous brand attitude and perceived quality of their brands.

The effects of store attributes on brand equity of and brand attitude toward Korean SPA brands (한국형 SPA브랜드의 점포속성, 브랜드 자산 및 브랜드 태도와의 영향관계)

  • Wu, Hui Qing;Kim, Mi Sook
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.640-653
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of store attributes on brand equity of and brand attitude toward Korean SPA brands. Data were collected from women living in Seoul in ages from 18 to 39 with purchasing experience at Korean SPA brands. A total of 554 questionnaires were used in the statistical analysis including factor analysis and structure equation analysis. The results were as follows: For store attributes, 8 factors were extracted: product assortment, fashionability, price, quality, store environment, service, convenience in location and advertisement. Two factors, brand awareness, brand image were extracted for brand equity, and brand attitude was derived as a single dimension. Product-related store attributes such as product assortment, price, quality have positive effects on brand awareness, brand image and brand attitude. Other attribute such as store environment has positive effect on brand awareness and brand image, Attribute such as advertisement has positive effect on brand awareness and service, convenience in location have positive effect on brand attitude. Moreover, brand image and brand awareness have positive effect on brand attitude. These results indicate the product-related attributes are important factors to consider for improving brand equity and brand attitude for Korean SPA brands.

Gender differences in brand extension (남녀 성차에 따른 브랜드 확장 평가에 관한 연구)

  • Rhee, YoungJu
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.301-314
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to determine the gender differences in the relationships between knowledge of, attachment with, and attitude toward a parent brand and perceived risk of, attitude toward, and purchase intension of an extended product in the case of brand extension. A total of 300 survey questionnaires were distributed to 150 male and 150 female college students, and 275 responses were used for the final analysis. The results showed that for male college students, knowledge of the parent brand had a positive relationship with brand attachment with the parent brand, which in turn had a positive relationship with brand attitude toward the parent brand. Knowledge of the parent brand had a negative relationship with perceived risk of the extended product, which again had a negative relationship with attitude toward the extended product. In addition, for male college students, knowledge of the parent brand had a positive relationship with attitude toward the extended product, which also had a positive relationship with purchase intension of the extended product. For female college students, brand attachment with the parent brand had a positive relationship with brand attitude toward the parent brand, which also had a positive relationship with attitude toward the extended product. Brand attachment with the parent brand showed a negative relationship with perceived risk of the extended product, which also had a negative relationship with attitude toward the extended product.

The Effects of Accreditation Program for Healthcare Organizations on Brand Loyalty (의료기관 인증이 브랜드 충성도에 미치는 영향)

  • Yoon, Seo Jung;Kim, Young Hoon
    • Korea Journal of Hospital Management
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 2016
  • This study is to check up weather a brand of accreditation program for healthcare organizations recognized by the consumers as users of the healthcare organizations has effects for healthcare organizations' brand trust, attitude, and loyalty. This study suggests the hypothesis that a brand value of accreditation program for healthcare organizations gives the positive effect for the brand trust, attitude and loyalty, and that the brand trust and attitude of healthcare organizations which gain a brand of accreditation program for healthcare organizations cause the brand loyalty. To verify the hypothesis, this study made a questionnaire by using a measuring instrument for the brand value, trust, attitude and loyalty which come from the former study. This study carried out an analyzing method such as frequency analysis, reliability analysis, confirmed factor analysis and structural equation model to verify the hypothesis. From hypothesis verification, emotional and social brand values of accreditation program for healthcare organizations gave a positive effect to the brand trust and attitude on healthcare organizations. Its functional value did not give an effect to a brand attitude but gave a positive effect to healthcare organizations' brand loyalty. Emotional and social brand values of accreditation program for healthcare organizations did not give an effect to the brand loyalty. The brand trust and attitude of the healthcare organizations which gained accreditation program for healthcare organizations gave a positive effect to the brand loyalty on healthcare organizations.

Relationship among Brand Value Propositions, Brand Attitude and Brand Attachment considering Consumer Involvement (소비자 관여도를 고려한 브랜드 가치 제공, 브랜드 태도, 브랜드 애착의 관계)

  • Kim, Gyu-Bae;Kim, Byoung-Goo
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.103-111
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    • 2016
  • Purpose - Many variables are needed for brand loyalty such as brand attitude, brand attachment, brand love and brand commitment. Thus, we should manage these all variables successfully for strong and differentiated brand equity. This study aims to identify the process of how the brand value propositions affect the brand attitude and brand attachment. This study specially conceptualizes that not only utilitarian value and hedonic value influence the brand attitude but also hedonic value influences the brand attachment. This study focuses on the moderating role of consumer involvement such as cognitive involvement and affective involvement in the causal relationships among brand value propositions, brand attitude, and brand attachment. Research design, data, and methodology - The five hypotheses were proposed and tested in this study. Three hypotheses were about the relationship among the brand value propositions(utilitarian value and hedonic value), brand attitude, and brand attachment. The other two hypotheses were about the moderating effect on consumer involvement in the causal relationships among brand value propositions, brand attitude, and brand attachment. Research data were collected from the students of universities located in Daejeon-Si and Chungchungnam-Do. For the purpose of test the hypotheses empirically, the 208 responses were used. We utilized SPSS18.0 for statistical analysis such as reliability test, factor analysis, and regression analysis. Results - The results show that the utilitarian value and hedonic value have influence on the brand attitude positively. The results also show that the hedonic value has influence on the brand attachment positively. We found that there is a moderating effect on the cognitive involvement in the relationship between the utilitarian value and the brand attitude. However, there is no moderating effect on the affective involvement in the relationship between the hedonic value and brand attachment. In Summary, 4 of 5 hypotheses in this study were supported and 1 hypothesis was not supported. We should identify the reason why the hypothesis 5, the moderating effect of the affective involvement in the relationship between the hedonic value and brand attachment, was rejected in this empirical analysis. Conclusions - Both the utilitarian value and the hedonic value that propose a brand are important for brand attitude. Specially, the hedonic value is important for brand attachment. Companies should provide the consumers with both the utilitarian value and the hedonic value in a balanced way for their favorable brand attitude and strong brand attachment. In the retail industry, the balance between the utilitarian value and the hedonic value is important in that there are many product brands and store brands providing consumers with various benefit and values. Also, there are possibilities that the causal relationships among brand value propositions, brand attitude and brand attachment are moderated by consumer involvement such as cognitive involvement and affective involvement. Companies should understand and consider consumer involvement for their efficient and effective brand management decision making.

The Influence of Product-brand Web Sites on Attitudes toward Brand Image

  • Cho, Nam-Jae;Oh, Seung-Hee
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.69-84
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    • 2012
  • A web site focused on a specific product brand so called product-brand web site has become one major marketing tool as such product-brand web site provides chances for customers to experience the detailed information of the specific brand as well as emphatic the image of the brand. The purpose of this research is to examine the influence of the product-brand web site on the formation of attitude toward the product brand. Subjects of this study are users of two web sites of leading sanitary product brands. The result shows that not only emotion, playfulness and convenience perceived from the web site but also existing attitude toward the brand influence the attitude toward the web site. Further, the attitude toward the web site in turn affects attitude toward the image of the brand. The importance of this study is in its conceptualization and empirical verification of the relationship between the product-brand web site and the reputation of a brand.

The Relationship of Loss-Leader Marketing Factors, Brand Attitude and Revisit Intention in the Restaurant Industry: Focus on the Mediating Effect of Brand Attitude and the Moderating Effect of Brand Credibility (외식업체의 로스리더 마케팅 요인과 브랜드 태도, 재방문 의도 관계: 브랜드 태도의 매개효과와 브랜드 신뢰의 조절효과를 중심으로)

  • Choi, Dong-Kug
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.23 no.7
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    • pp.112-128
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    • 2017
  • This study aimed to find the influence with the moderating effects of brand credibility and the mediating effect of brand attitude from the relationship of Loss-Leader marketing factors, brand attitude and revisit intention to make management strategies and provide basic materials for the future restaurant industry. From the findings in this study, only limited sales strategy in the Loss-Leader marketing factors had a positive effect on revisit intention. Both Limited Sales and Price Discount Strategy in the Loss-Leader marketing factors had positive effects on the brand attitude, while Plus Pack strategy had a negative effect on the brand attitude. Also, the brand credibility has a significant moderating effect on the relationship between the Loss-Leader marketing factors and the brand attitude, and the brand attitude has a significant effect on revisit intention. The results indicated that these findings would be basic materials for Loss-Leader marketing factors and related studies in the future. In addition, this study suggests good implications in establishing and using the effective marketing management strategies in the restaurant industry.

Influence upon Brand Commitment, made by Dual Channel of Brand Attitude and Brand Attachment through On-line Brand Experience (온라인 브랜드 체험을 통한 브랜드 태도와 브랜드 애착의 이중 경로가 브랜드 몰입에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Jae-Young
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.29 no.3
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    • pp.123-146
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    • 2010
  • This study is to examine what role is played on formation of brand attitude and brand attachment by the 3 types of brand experiences (rational experience, emotional experience and relate experience) undergone through an on-line brand community site. Also, the study aims to have a positive investigation on what influence is given to brand commitment by the brand attitude and the brand attachment formed through brand experience. The study result reveals that rational experience gives influence rather to brand attitude than brand attachment. On the other hand, it shows that emotional experience gives meaningful influence rather to brand attachment than brand attitude. It also shows that relate experience gives stronger influence to brand attachment than brand attitude. Next, a positive analysis is conducted to find out what difference of influence the brand commitment gives to brand attitude and brand attachment formed through brand experience. The analysis result shows that brand attitude does not give affect to brand commitment but brand attachment gives affect to brand commitment.

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