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Relationships of Parent Brand Attitude and the Evaluation Level of Brand Extension by Distribution Channel Types (유통경로 유형별 모 브랜드태도와 브랜드확장 평가도의 관계)

  • Youn, Soung-Jung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.10
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    • pp.349-359
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    • 2009
  • This study analyzed the structural correlation between parent brand attitude, including attitude toward the advertisement, attitude toward the store and brand attitude, and brand extension evaluation, relationships among which are conceived as a brand extension evaluation process. The result of analysis, revealed statistical significances of the differences in the effect levels between attitude toward store and brand attitude, between brand attitude and brand extension evaluation level, and between brand extension evaluation level and purchase intention of an extended product depending on the choice of distribution channel type. Therefore the evaluation level of brand extension should be analyzed by structural relationship model based on the consumer behavior's viewpoint with distribution channel type and it can provide the important information for restructuring distribution channel and increase the level of the successful brand extension.

The Effect of Foodservice Brand Extentsion on Purchase Intention - Focusing on the interactions among Parent-brand Attitude, Fit and Perceived Risk (외식 브랜드 확장 시 구매의도에 미치는 영향 : 모 브랜드 태도, 적합성, 지각된 위험과의 상호작용을 중심으로)

  • Seo, Kyung-Hwa;Lee, Soo-Bum
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.93-109
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    • 2011
  • This study explores the effect of parent-brand attitude on the purchase intention of an extended brand for expanding a foodservice brand and the interaction effect between parent-brand attitude and perceived risk by fit for the purchase intention of an expanded brand using the proof analysis. As a result, the main effects among parent-brand attitude(F(1,295)=12.012, p<0.01), fit(F(1,295)=17,758, p<0.001), perceived risk(F(1,295)=12.570, p<0.01) and the purchase intention of an expanded brand were significant statistically. Also, for the purchase intention of an expanded brand, not only the effect of interactions between parent-brand attitude and perceived risk(F(1,295)=5.782, p<0.05) but the effect of interactions among parent-brand attitude, fit and perceived risk(F(1,295)=6.068, p<0.05) were significant. In addition, there was difference between parent-brand attitude to purchase intention and the interaction effect of perceived risk by the fit of an extended brand.

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The Effect of Private Brands' Service Quality on Brand Attitude

  • SONG, Byoung-Weon;KIM, Jin-Hwan;KIM, Min-Kyeong
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.18 no.7
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    • pp.19-25
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: This study analyzes service quality of Pivate Brand (PB) productsto provide some academic and practical implications. Research design, data, and methodology: The focus is on how service quality of No Brand, which has recently received much attention, affects brand attitude and, to confirm whether consumers' prior knowledge of PB moderates this effect. A total of 167 men and women in their 20s who have experience using No Brand were surveyed. Hypothesis was verified by using hierarchical regression analysis. Results: a) Tangibles, reliability, empathy, and assurance of service quality for No Brand have a positive effect on brand attitude; b) The moderating effect of prior knowledge is only statistically significant in the context of reliability. Conclusion: This study provides academic and practical implications for establishing differentiated PB strategies. It highlights the effects of service quality and consumer prior knowledge on brand attitude. This suggests that the sub-dimension of PB service quality has a discriminatory effect on the brand attitude of No Brand, and that consumer's prior knowledge of the product influences reliability of service quality. Therefore, consumer's prior knowledge is important in order to increase trust.

The Bisects of Clothing Consumption Experiences on Brand Attitude (의류제품에 대한 소비경험이 상표태도에 미치는 영향)

  • 김은영;이영선
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.21 no.1
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    • pp.104-118
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    • 1997
  • Consumers experience various cognitive and emotional contents of clothing through postpurchase process. These experiences may affect consumer satisfaction as well as brand attitude toward clothing products. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of consumption experiences on the brand attitude toward clothing products. The research questions for accomplishing the purpose of this study were to investigate 1) the dimension of consumption experiences, 2) relationships among consumption experience, satisfaction and brand attitude toward clothing. The sample of this study was consisted of 431 females. The survey method, and factor analysis and regression were utilized for this study. The results were as follows; First, it was found out the consumption was composed of two dimensions such as cognitive and emotional experiences. According to the result of factor analysis, the cognitive experiences through consumption process were composed of 6 factors, that is, the suitability, fitness, utility/economy, sewing, deformation, and management. And emotional experiences were composed of 5 factors, that is, unpleasure, activeycomfort, inter-oriented pleasure, extra- oriented pleasure, tension. Also emotional experiences could be composed of two dimensions, that is, positive and negative emotion. The positive emotions were included pleasure and active/comfort. The negative emotions were included unpleasure and tension. Second, the result of path analysis showed that consumption experiences were related to satisfaction and brand attitude. A satisfaction influenced on brand attitude more strongly than others. And sewing, activejcomfort, extra-oriented pleasure out of cognitive and emotional experience factors affected to brand attitude directly. Satisfaction was also influenced by cognitive and emotional factors, and was the important mediator in forming brand attitude toward clothing through consumption experience. Above results imply that consumer experience multidimensional cognitive and emotional aspects of clothing through consumption process. The cognitive and emotional aspects consisting of consumption experiences, satisfaction, and brand attitude are interrelated causally. Therefore, experience related variables could be the antecedents of satisfaction and brand attitude. The satisfaction and positive emotion could be also important factors in brand attitude toward clothing.

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The Influence of Pop-up Store Attributions Toward Brand Attitude and Revisiting Intention - Focus on Sports Brands - (팝업스토어의 점포속성이 브랜드 태도와 재방문의도에 미치는 영향 - 스포츠 브랜드를 중심으로 -)

  • Chae, Hee-Ju;Choi, Hyeon-Young;Jang, Jin-Hee;Ko, Eun-Ju
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.400-412
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    • 2012
  • This study explores the characteristics and effects of a pop-up store based on how the store attributions of a pop-up store influence brand attitude and brand patronage intention. The questionnaire consisted of 3 instruments: store attributes, brand attitude, and brand revisiting intention. Data were analyzed by factor analysis, frequency analysis, reliability analysis, and multiple regressions, using SPSS 18.0. We surveyed 123 males and females, who had an experience of a pop-up store, and interviewed five experts who work in the fashion related area. The results of this study were as follows. First, it was shown that VMD has positive impacts on brand patronage intention, but with no significant relationship to brand attitude. Second, a brand culture's experience of a pop-up store has a strong influence on brand attitude and brand patronage intention. Third, products in the store are the most important factors that influence brand attitude. The findings indicate that the promotion of diverse attributes of apop-up store is critical to make customers perceive brand attitude and brand patronage intention that are expected to be used to establish advanced marketing strategies.

The Effects of Environmental Evidence and Experiences on Brand Attitude: Focused on a Moderator Role of Brand Reputation in Korean Restaurant (한식레스토랑에서의 환경단서와 체험요인이 브랜드태도에 미치는 영향: 브랜드명성의 조절역할을 중심으로)

  • Yoo, Young-Jin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.488-504
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to identify whether environmental evidence and experiences respectively could affect brand attitude in Korean restaurant. Also, this study investigated a moderating effect of brand reputation in the causal relationship between environmental evidence and brand attitude and, between experiences and brand attitude. Questionnaires were given to a sample of customers who visited branches of H or B Korean restaurant brand which ranked within 20th in sales volume among Korean restaurant brands. A total of 353 questionnaires were analyzed with hierarchical regression analysis using SPSS/PC+. There were four major empirical research findings. Firstly, among components of environmental evidence, space, aesthetics, cleanliness and pleasance affected brand attitude. Secondly, all components of experiences, act, relate, think and feel affected brand attitude. Thirdly, brand reputation had a moderating role in the causal relationship between aesthetics dimension and brand attitude, but space, cleanliness, convenience and pleasance dimensions did not have a moderating role of brand reputation to the relationship of brand attitude. Fourth, brand reputation had a moderating role in the causal relationship between act and brand attitude, but relate, think and feel didn't have a moderating role of brand reputation to the relationship of brand attitude. Based on these findings, marketers of Korean restaurants were recommended to strengthen environmental evidence and experiences. Also, they are advised to strengthen brand reputation with use of marketing.

A Study on the Effect of Social Networking Marketing on the Purchase Intention in the Airline

  • LEE, Seo-Yeon;PARK, Hye-Yoon
    • East Asian Journal of Business Economics (EAJBE)
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.55-73
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    • 2021
  • Purpose -This study aims to determine how the characteristics of the airline's SNS marketing affects brand image, brand attitude according to perceived values, and to analyze the impact of SNS marketing factors. It was intended to provide theoretical and practical implications for airlines to refer to SNS marketing activities. Research design, data, and methodology -A questionnaire was formed based on previous studies, and then an online questionnaire was created to conduct a survey. Explained the purpose and asked to respond. From February 1 to 14, 2020, 333 responses with a valid number of samples were confirmed for the final analysis of the data. The questionnaire was composed of five areas: demographic characteristics, SNS factor, brand image, brand attitude, and perceived value. Result -Airline's SNS marketing, brand image, and brand attitude are affected by the gender, age, and SNS usage time of the user, and the perceived value of the user is shown to be controlled by the airline's SNS marketing's influence on brand image and brand attitude. Conclusion -When SNS is to be effectively used for airline marketing, it is necessary to pay attention to the demographic characteristics and the control effect of perceived value, and use it for airline management. The perceived value has been shown to affect SNS marketing's brand image and brand attitude.

A Study on the Effects of the Consumer Attitude toward Visual Merchandising on Brand Equity and Brand Attitude: Focused on Bakery Shops (VMD에 대한 소비자태도가 브랜드자산과 브랜드태도에 미치는 영향:베이커리전문점을 중심으로)

  • Cho, Joon-Sang
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.11 no.6
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    • pp.67-80
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    • 2013
  • Purpose - This study aims to establish the relationships among brand equity, brand attitudes, and Visual Merchandising (VMD) in bakery stores. The results will help bakery franchisees and franchisers in devising appropriate strategies for successfully managing their bakery shops. Research design, data, and methodology - The VMD model for bakery shops comprises harmony, attractiveness, suitability, pandemic, functionality, and reliability. Further, brand equity encompasses brand awareness, perceived quality, and brand image. In this study, the VMD factors of bakery shops are used as independent variables, while brand equity and brand attitude are used as dependent variables. This study aims to ascertain the extent of the influence VMD components of bakery shops have on brand equity and brand attitude. Regression analysis was used to verify those effects. The measurement items, deemed reliable and valid in a previous study, were modified for this study. Questionnaires were distributed to 500 consumers nationwide, of whom 340 were used for the sample. The SPSS 19.0 statistical program was used for the analysis. Results - First, among the VMD bakery shop components, harmony, attractiveness, and pandemic have a positive impact on brand equity (brand awareness and brand image). Second, amongst the VMD components of bakery shops, attractiveness, pandemic, and reliability have a positive impact on brand equity (perceived quality). Third, amongst the VMD components of bakery shops, harmony, attractiveness, and reliability have a positive impact on brand attitude. Fourth, brand equity (brand awareness, brand image, and perceived quality) have a positive effect on brand attitude. Conclusions - This study identifies the relationships between the VMD components of a bakery shop and brand equity and attitude in order to propose a new model. The study has several practical implications. First, the development of brand equity and management can be important components in bakery shops' determination of whether their VMD components have an impact on brand equity. Second, among VMD components, harmony and attractiveness have a positive influence on the choice of bakery shop, while reliability and pandemic have a partly positive influence on the choice of bakery shop. Therefore, store atmospheres should be attractively designed, and store menus and interiors should be reviewed periodically to conform to the latest trends. This study suggests marketing strategies for brand equity formation. First, providing collateral product quality, hygiene, and safety benefits as well as product offerings to complement the season and employees' services should be considered. Second, display methods, illumination designs, and new product ideas should be periodically reviewed. Third, these should complement the overall harmony of the interior and exterior and of the store atmosphere in order to be attractive. Funds should thus be dedicated specifically for the facilities and their interiors. Fourth, it is necessary to build a friendly and relaxed image that can be easily called to mind by the customers.

Effects of Consumer Propensity and Brand Attitude on Brand Extension Assessment: Focused on Easy Mobile Payment Services (소비자 성향과 브랜드 태도가 브랜드확장평가에 미치는 영향: 모바일 간편결제 서비스를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Seung Sin;Lin, Hai Bo;Kim, Kyoung Young;Yu, Jiang Chuan;Lee, Young Hee
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.55 no.4
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    • pp.399-417
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    • 2017
  • The recent globalization of the consumer market has highlighted the importance of a brand; subsequently, brand extension is strategically used to launch of various products and services. Especially, various and new services based on information and communication technology for the convenience of consumers have been provided continuously. This study examined consumer's evaluation for brand extension centered on the brand extension as a mobile payment service through consumer propensity and familiarity as well as attitude toward a brand. The research is as follows. First, it shows that self-efficacy and implicit theories among consumer characteristics positively influence familiarity and attitude toward a brand. Second, it shows that the planned consumption tendency among consumption characteristics of a consumer positively affect familiarity toward a brand. Third, it is confirmed that the brand extension on parents brand affects the attitude towards brand extension, and the attitude towards brand extension is connected to a willingness to recommend through the purchase intention. This study empirically confirms the importance of consumer propensity, the consumer's perception, and evaluation towards the brand extension of the company as well as the continuous efforts and required company activities to build and form a positive attitude and familiarity of consumers for the brand. This study can be used as basic data for the strategy development of brand extensions in service companies.

Relative Influence of Ad Attitude and Brand Cognition On the Brand Attitude - Focused On Direct Comparative, Indirect Comparative, and Noncomparative Ad - (광고 태도와 브랜드 인지가 브랜드 태도에 미치는 상대적 영향력에 관한 연구 -직접비교 광고, 간접비교 광고와 일반광고의 비교-)

  • Kim, Sung-Jae;Yu, Ming-Ji
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.8
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    • pp.341-349
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    • 2009
  • This study compares the relative effectiveness of affective factor(Ad attitude) and cognitive factor(Brand cognition) on brand attitude among three ad types - direct comparative, indirect comparative, and noncomparative ads. The results showed that in direct comparative advertising context the brand cognition is dominant in determining brand attitude. In indirect comparative advertising context brand cognition is also dominant in determining brand attitude, but the difference is less than direct comparative advertising. In noncomparative advertising context the ads attitude is dominant in determining brand attitude. According to research outcomes, it could be said that direct comparative advertising is more effective than indirect comparative advertising.