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The Interaction Effects between YouTube Branded Contents' Ending Types and Product Involvement on Consumer Responses (유튜브 브랜디드 콘텐츠의 결론유형과 제품관여도의 상호작용이 소비자 반응에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, YooJung;Kang, Kyung Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.10-17
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    • 2020
  • This study examines the interaction effects between branded contents' ending types(happy ending, non-happy ending) and the level of product involvement(high involvement, low involvement) on consumer's negative responses. Results suggest that the level of product involvement had no significant effect on consumer responses since product on video clips was not closely linked to the contents' message. Selective empathy is identified as the happy ending type of branded contents had a greater effect on consumer's negative responses than the non-happy ending type of. It is an apparent new phenomenon shown among the young after 2000s. Moreover, the interaction between contents' ending types and the level of product involvement had a significant effect on consumer's negative responses. Two interaction terms (i.e. happy ending and low product involvement; non-happy ending and high product involvement) are the viable message strategies to weaken the consumer responses in terms of 'dislike'.

The Empirical Study of the Influence of Consumer Innovativeness, Product Involvement and Product Expertise on Vicarious and Adoptive Innovativeness (소비자의 내재적 혁신성과 제품에 대한 관여도와 전문적 지식이 정보탐색 혁신성과 수용 혁신성에 미치는 영향에 관한 실증연구)

  • Kim, Young-Kyun
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.17 no.7
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    • pp.187-198
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    • 2012
  • Consumer innovativeness is a force that leads to innovative behavior of consumer and it is crucial for companies to understand the innovativeness in association with the new innovative product adoption. The purpose of this paper is to examines the influence of Consumer's inherent innovativeness, product involvement, and product expertise on consumers's vicarious and adoptive innovativeness. For this purpose, the model has been set and examined the influence of consumer innovativeness, product involvement and product expertise on vicarious and adoptive innovativeness. The results revealed that 1) consumer innovativeness would not influence vicarious and adoptive innovativeness, 2) vicarious innovativeness had affect on adoptive innovativeness 3) product involvement had a affect on both vicarious and adoptive innovativeness 4) product expertise had a affect on vicarious innovativeness and yet had no affect on adoptive innovativeness.

The Effect of Product Involvement on Consumer Purchase Process (제품관여(製品關輿)가 소비자(消費者) 과정(過程)에 미치는 영향(影響))

  • Young, Jung-Moon
    • Korean Business Review
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    • v.11
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    • pp.101-122
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    • 1998
  • This study is to analyze the effect of product involvement on consumer purchase process. From review on previous involvement literatures, enduring product involvement can be defined as "a person's arousal and motivational state activated by product on the basis of his basic value, objective and ego-relevance." To evaluate the effect of involvement on product purchase process, 11 hyphotheses concerning behavioral aspects which is expected to comprise consumer purchase process and to be influenced by degree of involvement were constructed: prepurchase information search, alternative brand comparision, utilization of product attribute, brand differentiation, brand commitment, product knowledge, influence of reference group, dependence on price, price awareness, cognitive dissonance and purchase optimization. Hyphotheses are tested with data from 388 housewives through 20 item involvement scale developed with multi-dimensional perspective on involvement. The scale successfully provides rank order of 8 selected products expected to cover the spectrum of product involvement: formal clothes, coffee, washing machine, shampoo, perfume, detergent, soft drink, pain-reliever as the order of product involvement. Major findings of this study are as follow. First of all, incresed differences were found in hihg involvement product like formal clothes with respect to the degree of prepurchase information search, alternative brand comparision, utilization of product attribute, influence of reference group in any method of analysis. Secondly, invlovement should be interpreted as a consumer characteristic rather than a product one. This means that consumers involve themselves with products, instead products themselves do not have any involvement.

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The Effects of Product Involvement on Required Trust Level and the Online Merchant Choice (제품관여도가 요구 신뢰수준 및 온라인 상인의 선택에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Jung-Min;Cho, Hwi-Hyung;Seo, Yong-Won;Hong, Il-Yoo
    • Information Systems Review
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.17-41
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    • 2011
  • A review of the related literature indicates that consumers' risk perceptions are largely affected by product involvement. This study investigates the impact of product involvement on required trust level and the online merchant choice. We developed a conceptual model that depicts the nomological relationships among product involvement, required trust level, and the online merchant choice, and formulated three hypotheses based on the conceptual model. An empirical study designed to accomplish the research objectives has been conducted using a questionnaire survey with 230 students in a university in Korea. The findings indicated that high-involvement products have higher trust level as required by consumers than low-involvement products, that consumers buying high-involvement products prefer digital storefronts, and that consumers buying low-involvement products prefer B2C e-marketplaces. The paper offers implications for academics as well as practitioners, based on the research results.

The Effects of Word-of-Mouth Channel Types on Product Attitude (구전정보 채널유형이 소비자 제품태도에 미치는 영향)

  • Yu, Jiaohui;Park, Yoonseo;Kim, Yongsik
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.12
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    • pp.707-723
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to focus on the effects of different channel types of Word-of-Mouth on the product attitude. Additionally, the product involvement and gender are considered as moderating variables. The results of this study show that different word-of-mouth channel types have different effects on the product attitude, that is, off-line has more influence than on-line does. Also the product involvement moderates the relationship between the channel types of word-of-mouth and the product attitude, while the gender does not. The results imply that while building the word-of-mouth marketing strategy, companies should not only pay attention to the on-line media channel, but lay importance on the off-line communication channel.

The Effects of User Involvement on Internet Ad Preference Based on Presentation Type and Content

  • Joo Hoo Kim
    • The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.33-51
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    • 2003
  • The primary objectives of this study were, using data from Internet users in Korea, to determine users' preference of banner ad through two ad properties; ad presentation type (text vs. image) and ad content (product information vs. prize information) by incorporating the level of involvement into research design. Using within-group experimental design by means of subjects' web-based participation in the study, the study result showed that image-based banner ad was significantly preferred to text-based banner ad. It was found that the level of ad involvement had a significant impact on the preference of banner ads. Also it was found that image-based banner ad had a greater effect on ad preference than text-based banner ad in low involvement situation only, Finally, image-based banner ad was consistently preferred to text-based banner ad regardless of involvement level when the banner ad was product oriented. The study findings suggest that adoption decisions regarding banner ad presentation type and banner ad content should be based on the knowledge of both the level of consumer's ad involvement and the interactive effects between ad presentation and ad content.

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Effects of China Online Market Counterfeit Products Message on Purchase Intention (중국 온라인 시장에서 위조품에 관한 정보 제시 여부가 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Shuge, Cui;Kim, Myung-Jin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.81-91
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    • 2018
  • A counterfeit product is a product that pretends to be a genuine product by pretending to be false. It can also be called a counterfeit product. This study attempts to investigate how such illegal floods of counterfeit goods affect online shopping consumers. In addition, the accessibility of various product reviews on the internet is increasing, and the product reviews are divided into positive and negative reviews, affecting the information that the customer has already, and the influence of the information acceptance on the purchase intention depending on the product involvement Respectively. Therefore, the focus of this study was to examine whether the information presentation about counterfeit products affects consumers' purchase intention, review direction (positive / negative), and involvement (high / low) control the information about counterfeit products. Therefore, this study has shown that it provides a marketing strategy to increase the intention to purchase products and products in online companies and stores in a situation where information about counterfeits is exposed to online consumers in China market.

Effects of Clothing Involvement on Brand Attachment and Brand Loyalty -With Special Reference to Chinese College Students in Busan- (의복관여도 요인이 브랜드 애착과 브랜드 충성도에 미치는 영향 -부산지역의 대학교에 재학 중인 중국 유학생을 중심으로-)

  • Chen, Chang; Lee, Young-Sook
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.5
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    • pp.173-184
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    • 2010
  • The living standards of Chinese people are gradually rising, which has led more Chinese students to come to Korea for their academic career. In this respect, it seems significant to find out how clothing involvement affects brand attachment and brand loyalty of Chinese college students in Busan. In this study, we attempt to identify factors of clothing involvement that influence Chinese students' turn of mind towards brand attachment and brand loyalty. The results of our analysis are as follows: 1. Five factors of clothing involvement have been derived: fashion trend, favorable impression, planning, indifference and choice. For brand attachment, three factors of brand show-off, brand gravity and brand pride have been derived. 2. Factors of clothing involvement have positive effects on factors of brand attachment, and brand attachment also have significant effects on brand loyalty. 3. Clothing involvement significantly affects brand loyalty indirectly via brand attachment.

The Effects of Social Information on Recommendation Trust and Moderating Effect of Product Involvement (소셜정보가 추천신뢰에 미치는 영향과 제품관여도의 조절효과)

  • Song, Hee-Seok;Saidur, Rahman;Jung, Chul-Ho
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.115-130
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    • 2016
  • This study aims to identify which social information have significant influence on the improvement of recommendation trust and how these effects can be different according to the product involvement level. Based on the relevant literature reviews, this study posits four characteristics of recommendation trust, which are closeness, similarity, sincerity, and reputation, and established a research model for the relationship between social information and recommendation trust. And we found a moderating effect of product involvement on the relationship between social information and recommendation trust. 205 trust relationships(links) from 55 respondents of Google Docs. survey data have been collected and tested using multiple regression and hierarchical regression analysis. The results of our hypotheses testing are summarized as follows. Firstly, four social information characteristics of closeness, similarity, sincerity, and reputation have a significantly positive effect on recommendation trust. Secondly, a moderating effect of product involvement between recommendation trust and antecedents (e.g., closeness and reputation) of social information is significant. From the results, we provide theoretical and managerial implications, and suggestions for further research.

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PPL of Visual Media Affects Clothing Purchase of College Students (영상매체의 PPL이 의복 구매에 미치는 영향에 대하여)

  • Song, Jae-Wook;Na, Young-Joo
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.331-339
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    • 2006
  • PPL(Product Placement) of visual media can change the purchasing behavior of College students. This study aimed to investigate the differences in consumer's conception about PPL among college students and to analyze the relationship between the PPL conception ant fashion innovation/fashion sensitivity of students, resulting into their real purchasing behavior. We surveyed to about 189 college students living near Seoul, with questionnaire about PPL conception, purchase of PPL clothing, satisfaction on PPL clothing, fashion innovation, opinion about PPL, PPL apparel brand to recall, etc. According to dichotomy of college students by fashion innovation, as higher fashion innovative they were, they paid more attention on PPL clothing while watching TV or movie, and they also could recall more PPL apparel brands, and they purchased more PPL clothing. While the students with low fashion innovation had references from the opinion of friends or around people when purchasing their clothing, the students with high fashion innovation did from fashion magazine or PPL clothing. The students who thought that PPL was important and effective on clothing purchasing behavior, answered that their preference to PPL bran4, to the company, and to the product had increased positively, but not to the actor/actress.

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