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The Study Regarding Involvement of Fashion Consumers and Clothing Advertising Effect Process (패션상품 소비자의 관여도와 의류광고효과과정에 관한 연구)

  • 이종명;이선재
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.52 no.3
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    • pp.99-109
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of 7his study was to understand the characteristic of involvement which affect to consumers of fashion market, and at the viewpoint of complex style, this involvement is consists of clothing involvement, advertising involvement and situation involvement, also by verifying the consumers reaction to clothing advertising effect process. It analyzed at last six hundred eighteen women in the age of twenty to thirty yearn old who live in Seoul. SPSS package were used to analyze the gathered data. Frequency, percentage, fator analysis. ANOVA. duncan test, correlation analysis. The results of this study can be summarized as follows : First, The clothing involvement was the highest Involvement of fashion consumers and it showed high correlation among clothing involvement, advertising involvement, situation involvement. Second, Depends on the nature of involvement, involvement group is divided as the most involvement, high involvement, low Involvement and the most lowest involvement groups. Third, Involvement and advertising effect showed highly difference, and the higher involvement group has high perceptive process and memory progress, friendly attitude process, and purchasing intention is high.

Cosmetic Involvement Scale Development and Group Classification focusing on Korean Men in their 20s and 30s (Part 1) (2.30대 한국 남성의 화장품 관여도 척도개발 및 집단 유형화(제1보))

  • Baek, Kyoungjin;Hong, Hye Rim
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.67 no.1
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    • pp.95-109
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    • 2017
  • The objectives of this study are to develop a cosmetic involvement scale focusing on Korean men in their 20s and 30s, verify its validity and examine the characteristics of this group. The results of this study's analyses showed that cosmetic involvement scale could be classified into 5 factors: 'trend & interest involvement', 'prestige sensitivity involvement', 'price and value involvement', 'skin involvement,' and 'obligatory involvement'. Also the cosmetic involvement of the target group was classified into 'amusing high-involvement group', 'rational low-involvement group', and 'obligatory high-involvement group'. This study has significance in showing differences of cosmetic involvement factors by gender and proposing a cosmetic involvement scale of Korean men in their 20s and 30s, which has taken men's distinctiveness into consideration.

Differences between Fashion Opinion Leaders and Followers in the Characteristics oriented New Young Generation and the Types of Fashion Advertising Involvement (신세대 특성의 지향과 의류광고 관여 유형에 대한 유행의사선도자와 추종자 집단간 차이)

  • 홍희숙
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.63-75
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    • 1997
  • The purposes of this study was to identify the differences between fashion opinion leaders and followers in the characteristics oriented New Young Generation and the types of fashion advertising involvement. The data were collected via a questionnaire from 431 college students(female=218 male=213) living in Seoul, Korea and analyzed by factor analysis and t-test. The results of this study were as follows: First, eight factors of the characteristics oriented New Young Generation were identified: Fashion, individuality, preference of caffe with affective mood, expression of emotion, indivisualism, preference of tastes oriented Western Europe, activity of pan club and chatting by personal computer. The significant differences between fashion opinion leaders and followers in fashion, individuality, preferences of the caffe with affetive mood, and expression of emotion were found in the data collected from female. There were significant differences between fashion opinion leaders and followers in fashion, individuality in the data collected from male. Second, three factors of fashion involvement advertising were identified: The hedonic involvement, social involvement, utilitarian involvement. The significant differences between fashion opinion leaders and followers in the hedonic involvement, social involvement, utilitarian involvement and the levels of involvement were found in the case of female's data. There were significant differences between fashion opinion leaders and followers in the hedonic involvement, social involvement and levels of involvement except for utilitarian involvement in the case of male's data.

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The Moderating Effect of Deal Proneness on the Influence of Involvement on Restaurant Group-Buying Purchase

  • Lee, Hae-Young
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.71-78
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    • 2018
  • The increased popularity of group-buying deal promotions has made research efforts grasping the importance of involvement on the positive reactions of consumers. This is due to the fact that consumer purchasing behaviors are highly likely to differ depending on a particular consumer's involvement level, referring to the basic interest in or importance of a group-buying purchase. In this regard, this paper (1) investigated the effects of involvement on purchase behaviors; and (2) examined whether the proposed relationships may vary depending on a consumer's deal prone propensity. Results revealed that a consumer's cognitive involvement in a restaurant promotion affects emotional involvement, ultimately leading to purchase intention. In addition, a consumer's deal proneness tendency was revealed to moderate the relationship between cognitive involvement and emotional involvement. Compared to low deal-prone consumers, high deal-prone consumers tended to have a higher level of emotional involvement resulting from cognitive involvement. Managerial implications and directions for future research are provided.

Involved in Clothing or Involved in Fashion?

  • Lee Kyu-Hye
    • The International Journal of Costume Culture
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.51-60
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    • 2005
  • The goals of this study were to refine conceptualization of clothing involvement and fashion involvement and develop a distinction between the two construct. A questionnaire was developed for an empirical study. A total of 669 female consumers participated in the study. Results indicated that respondents were able to be segmented into four groups based on clothing involvement and fashion involvement. Consumers who were highly involved in both clothing product and fashion were likely to be young and not married. Consumers who were involved in clothing were likely to seek quality than consumers who were involved in fashion. Interest in brands was more related to fashion involvement rather than clothing involvement.

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Effects of Situational Involvement on Impulse Buying of Apparel Products in Cable TV Home Shopping (케이블 TV 홈쇼핑에서 의류제품 충동구매에 대한 상황적 관여 연구)

  • Chang Ji-Yean;Lee Yoon-Jung
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.233-244
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of situational involvement on impulse buying of clothing products in cable TV home shopping. Data were obtained from 235 women aged between 20 and 50 living in Seoul metropolitan area who have bought apparel products on impulse through cable TV. The data were analyzed using factor analysis, cluster analysis, MANOVA, and Chi-square analysis. By factor analysis, two factors of situational involvement factors were identified: Emotional Involvement and Cognitive Involvement. Based on situational involvement, consumers were classified into four groups; High Involvement, Low Involvement, Cognitive Involvement, and Emotional Involvement groups. These groups showed different decision making styles. The situational involvement groups were also different in terms of demographic characteristics, purchase behaviors, types of impulse purchase products, and responses to marketing stimuli. The findings of this study provide useful information for retails of Cable TV home shopping. Retailers may need to make useful marketing efforts for each types of situational involvement.

Male Market Segmeotation: A Comparative Analysis of Retail Choice Behavior According to Fashion Involvement and Store Attributes (남성소비자 세분시장 분석: 의복관여와 점포이미지 속성에 따른 유통업태 선택행동 비교)

  • Sung, Hee-Won
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.390-398
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    • 2009
  • The research purposes are (1) to identify male market segmentation based on fashion involvement, (2) to compare purchase intention of clothing items and store attribute evaluation at two different retail formats, department store and internet shopping mall, and (3) to compare the influence of store attributes on intention to purchase fashion products at two retail formats among segments. The data are collected from 275 male consumers through internet research institute. The major results of this study are as follows. First, the dimensions of fashion involvement are identified into external involvement and internal involvement. Male respondents present high mean scores on external involvement items, emphasizing social roles of clothing. Two involvement factors generate three market segments: high involvement group(32.4%), external involvement group(44%), and low involvement group(23.6%). Second, high involvement group shows higher mean scores on purchase intention of seven clothing items than low involvement group. Third, department store attributes are identified into four factors, product assortment, quality per price, service, and symbolic image, while internet shopping mall includes assortment & convenience, quality per price, and symbolic image. High involvement group again presents higher mean scores on each retail attribute factor than low involvement group. Finally, quality per price is the most significant variable to explain the purchase intention at department store among three market segment, whereas assortment & convenience and quality per price are important predictors to increase purchase intention at internet shopping mall. However, relative importance of each attribute variable is different among three involvement groups.

The Effect of Perceiver′s Fashion Involvement on Clothing Color Perception and Preferences (지각자의 유행관여가 의복색 지각과 선호도에 미치는 영향)

  • 이명희
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.27 no.7
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    • pp.851-861
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    • 2003
  • The objectives of this study were to investigate the effect of perceiver's fashion involvement, clothing color, and background of object person on image perceptions of clothing, and to examine how clothing color preference vary according to perceiver's fashion involvement. Subjects were 273 college women in the metropolitan area of Seoul. The T-shirt was changed into 11 colors by using the CAD system. Five factors were derived to account for the dimensions of image perception. These were individuality, elegance, femininity, activity, and neatness. Perceiver's fashion involvement gave a significant influence on perception of individuality. Clothing color gave significant influences on 5 image dimensions. White and beige were evaluated neat image. Neatness factor had an interaction effect by fashion involvement and clothing color. The high involvement group evaluated white and beige shirt more neatly, and orange and yellow less neatly than the low involvement group. Individuality and elegance had an interaction effect by fashion involvement and background of object person. The high involvement group liked red, violet, and black shirt more than the low involvement. Refined and becomingness image gave significant influences on clothing color preference in both high and low involvement groups.

The Effect of Marketing Mix elements on brand Equity (마케팅 믹스 요소가 브랜드 자산에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Ryu, Jang-Mu
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.41-70
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    • 2003
  • Many researches on brand equity have been focused in definition about it, factors of it, and the process of formation. Most of them have been used by voluntary production category, as is durable goods or nondurable goods. But this study, using the model is developed by Foote, Cone & Be1ding(FCB) Company, classified four fields, high-low involvement, rationality(rational or sensitive) involvement. The selected goods is a sensitive high involvement(casual wear). This study investigate the effects of brand equity and search the influences of brand equity formation according to factors of marketing mix. To this goals, this study kept a literature survey and a demonstrative research. In literature survey, there are several definitions of brand and brand equity. The research model is derived from selected factors of marketing mix and former study. This study used the regression analysis to verify effects from brand equity through the selected marketing mix. The research data is collected from the capital area. The focus of this study is effects of brand equity according to marketing mix. The followings are results and suggestions of this study. First, in the price factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the perceived quality and the brand awareness in a rational high involvement goods, the perceived quality and the brand associations in a sensitive high involvement goods, all factors of brand equity in a rational low involvement goods, and the perceived quality in a sensitive low involvement goods. As summary, the important characteristics is the price factors to consumers, and consumers recognize that a high price means a high quality. Second, in the store image factors, the affirmative effects are revealed all brand equity factors in a rational high involvement and a sensitive high-low involvement. A good store image incites more interest, contact, and visit from potential consumer. And such store offers more consumer satisfaction, simulates more active and positive conversation to consumers. Third, in advertising spending factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the brand awareness and associations in a rational high involvement and a sensitive high involvement, all brand equity factors in a rational low involvement and a sensitive low involvement. An advertisement increases not only a brand awareness but also strong brand associations. Forth, in price promotion factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the brand associations in a rational high involvement, the negative effects are revealed all brand equity in sensitive high involvement. According the result about the effects of brand royalty through the brand equity factors, a perceived quality and brand associations have positive effects to brand royalty in all factors. Consumers choice a deep perceived quality than other competitive brand. So, brand equity will increase according to a qualitative grade of a perceived brand by consumers. Brand associations represent a quality and a degree of involvement. In conclusion, brand associations and equity have a positive relation each other. According to the analysis results about a brand royalty of selected marketing mix factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the store image and price promotion factors in a rational high involvement, the price and store image in a sensitive high involvement, and the price and advertising spending in a rational low involvement. The results about the affect of selected marketing mix factors according to brand equity, are the perceived quality in a high involvement, and all brand equity factors in a low involvement. The affirmative effects about a store image are revealed all equity factors in high-low involvement. In advertising spending factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the brand awareness and associations in a high involvement goods, and the perceived quality and the brand awareness in a low involvement goods. In price promotion factors, the affirmative effects are revealed the brand awareness in a low involvement goods, and the negative effects are revealed the brand awareness in a high involvement goods. According to a degree of involvement, the results of a brand royalty through a brand equity factors are following. The affirmative effects are revealed the perceived quality and the brand royalty in a high involvement goods, and the brand awareness are revealed a negative effect. The affirmative effects are revealed the perceived Quality and the brand associations in a low involvement goods. So, in a high involvement goods, the brand royalty is built by strong brand associations, but, in a low involvement goods, the brand royalty is built also by a perceived Quality and a brand awareness. This study have some concept of limitation. So, this study presents a future direction of research. First, a future study has to have more deep analysis for this study analyzed through a limited marketing mix factors. Second, a future research has to get mutual effects about brand equity of marketing mix factors for this study has an individual marketing decision factors. Third, for the future, a brand equity needs a research about a several goods such as services, profit or nonprofit, industrial products, culture, and so on. Forth, the research have to diversify a various data for population.

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Differences in Attitude -Based on Advertising Model and Consumer Product Involvement- (제품관여도, 광고모델에 따른 소비자 태도차이 연구)

  • Rhee, Young-Ju
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.34 no.10
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    • pp.1658-1670
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    • 2010
  • This study investigates the differences in advertisement attitude, brand attitude, and purchase intention based on advertising model and consumer product involvement. A total of 100 respondents in high involvement and 100 respondents in low involvement categories were exposed to the advertisements of a cosmetic brand using 4 different model types: celebrity endorser, expertise endorser, ordinary person as an endorser, and no endorser. The experiment was planned as $2{\times}4$ types including high/low involvement and 4 different model types (25 respondents each). After looking at an advertisement for 1 minute, respondents were asked to answer a survey measuring advertisement attitude, brand attitude, and purchase intension. The results of this study showed that 6 hypotheses were supported and there was a significant difference between the high involvement and low involvement group depending on the advertising models used as well as the advertisement that influence advertisement attitude, brand attitude, and purchase intension. High involvement consumers showed the most favorable advertisement attitude on an advertisement with an expertise endorser, but low involvement consumers showed the most favorable advertisement attitude on an advertisement with a celebrity endorser. High involvement consumers showed the most favorable brand attitude on an advertisement with an expertise endorser whereas low involvement consumers showed the most favorable brand attitude on an advertisement with a celebrity endorser. High involvement consumers showed the highest purchase intention on an advertisement with an expertise endorser whereas low involvement consumers showed no difference in purchase intention depending on advertisement models. This study shows that marketers should differentiate advertising strategies based on consumer involvement.