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The Effect of Audience Attitude toward Product Placement on Product Attitude and Purchase Intention (PPL에 대한 수용자의 태도가 PPL된 제품 태도 및 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Chae, Se-Ra;Han, Woong-Hee;Kim, Geon-Ha
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.71-81
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    • 2015
  • Purpose - This study aims to examine the effect of audience attitude toward product placement, or PPL, on product attitude and purchase intention. PPL has increasingly been prevailing in TV dramas since the revision of the Broadcasting Act in January 2010, and it is quite widespread in today's society. Therefore, this study intends to investigate how the audience would take a particular attitude toward PPL in TV dramas and how their attitude would affect their product attitude and purchase intention. Research design, data, and methodology - The sample for the current study was drawn from college students in Seoul in December 2013, as the main targets of the products and brands that were advertised by PPL are young people. The questionnaire for this study comprised nine parts, such as the knowledge of PPL, experience of PPL, TV drama watching time, impulsive buying propensity, celebrity imitating buying propensity, attitude toward PPL, attitude toward product, purchase intention, and demographic characteristics. The questionnaire items were measured by 5-point Likert scales. Whether the demographic characteristics and propensity to consume would affect PPL attitude was analyzed and how the PPL attitude would affect purchase intention through product attitude was analyzed as well. To analyze the relationship between variables, structural equation modeling analysis was performed with Amos 18.0. Results - The major findings of the study were as follows. First, whether the demographic characteristics and propensity to consume would affect PPL attitude was analyzed, and it is found that out of the demographic characteristics, only gender and knowledge of PPL exerted an influence on PPL attitude. In addition, celebrity-imitating buying propensity had an impact on PPL attitude. Second, whether PPL attitude would affect purchase intention through product attitude was analyzed by structural equation modeling. Consequently, it is found that PPL attitude impacted purchase intention through product attitude. Conclusions - The findings of the study had the following implications. First, in theoretical aspects, previous studies have proven only that attitude toward PPL influenced attitude toward product and purchase intention separately; however, the current study has investigated the mediated role of attitudes toward PPL. Second, regarding the practical aspects, as PPL attitude exercised an effect on purchase intention as well as product attitude, PPL should be utilized in a manner to stimulate the audience to take a positive attitude to it. Finally, gender, PPL knowledge, and celebrity-imitating buying orientation were identified as influential factors for PPL attitude. Specifically, female consumers showed a lower attitude toward PPL than males, and the consumers who have no knowledge showed a lower attitude toward PPL. The consumers who have celebrity imitating buying propensity expressed a higher attitude toward PPL. These factors should consequently be taken into account when PPL is planned and conducted. The current study has limitations such as the sample object, non- experimental method, and media biases. Therefore, future research should be conducted to address these limitations.

Persuasion Effects of Scarcity Message in Online Cosmetic Advertising: Focused on Moderating Effect of Product Type (온라인 화장품 광고의 희소성 메시지 설득효과: 제품 유형의 조절효과를 중심으로)

  • Park, Hyun-Hee
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.48 no.10
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    • pp.121-132
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    • 2010
  • This study was intended to identify the persuasion effects of online cosmetic advertising according to scarcity message type and product type. For the experiment, 4 stimuli were developed as experimental stimuli for the 2(scarcity message type: quantity scarcity message vs distinctiveness scarcity message) X 2(product type: hedonic product vs utilitarian product) factorial design. Participants were 160 students, and they allocated 40 students in each group. They responded a questionnaire. The results were as follows. First, distinctiveness scarcity message showed more effective than quantity scarcity message in advertising attitude, product attitude, brand attitude, and purchase intention. Second, hedonic product showed more effective than utilitarian product in advertising attitude, product attitude, brand attitude, advertising attention, click-through intention, and purchase intention. Third, there was interaction effect according to scarcity message type and product type on the aspect of advertising attitude, advertisement attention, and click-through intention.

Effect of Color Sensibility Evaluation of Clothing Product on Attitude toward Product in On-line and Off-line -Focusing on White T-Shirt- (온라인과 오프라인에서 의류 상품 색상감성평가가 상품에 대한 태도에 미치는 영향 -흰색 티셔츠를 중심으로-)

  • Yoh, Eun-Ah
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.650-660
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    • 2011
  • Purpose of this study is to explore: 1) the difference in color sensibility evaluation, color attractiveness, and attitude toward the product, 2) the difference in the effect of color sensibility evaluation on color attractiveness, and 3) the difference in the effect of color sensibility evaluation on attitude toward the product between the identical clothing product presented in on-line and off-line settings. Experimental method was applied with 230 male and female university students using stimuli of an on-line site as well as an off-line window display presenting the same white t-shirts. Color sensibility factors of white t-shirt were hedonic, stimulating, active, and spatial senses. These color sensibility factors of the clothing product affected product color attractiveness as well as attitude toward the product. Although there were not differences in color sensibility evaluation, product attractiveness, and attitude toward the product between items presented in on-line and off-line settings, difference was found in the effect of color sensibility on the color attractiveness and attitude toward the product. The effect of color sensibility on color attractiveness and attitude toward the product was stronger in on-line than in off-line setting. Hedonic sense was the most important factor influencing attractiveness of product color and attitude toward the product. In addition, spatial sense affected attractiveness of product color in on-line setting; and stimulating sense impacted attitude toward the product in off-line setting. Based on the results implications were generated.

An Influence on Image and Purchase Intention of Korean Product of the Korean Wave Storm by Success of Entertainment Product -Focused on Japanese Market- (엔터테인먼트상품의 성공으로 인한 한류열풍이 한국제품의 이미지와 구매의도에 미치는 영향 -일본시장을 중심으로-)

  • Bae, Il-Hyun;Kim, Jang-Hyun
    • International Area Studies Review
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.175-201
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    • 2008
  • From near and far, Koren wave(Hallyu) become a familiar term. In Japan, Bae Yong-joon, hero of the phenomenally popular drama "Winter Sonata", "Yonsama", a nickname coined by Japanese fans. So, we research about relationship of attitude on Korean wave, image on Korean product, an attitude on Korean product and purchase intention of Korean product in Japanese market. The results are summarized as follows: First, attitude on Korean wave positive impact on Korean product image. Second, attitude on Korean wave positive impact on attitude on Korean product. Third, image on Korean product significant impact on attitude on Korean product. Fourth, image on Korean product significant impact on purchase intention of Korean product. Finally, attitude on Korean product positive impact on purchase intention of Korean product.

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.

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 Effect of Distributor Private Brand Product Type on Consumer Attitude

  • Kim, Eun-Hee;Kim, Eun-Hee;Kim, Moon-Jung
    • The Journal of Business Economics and Environmental Studies
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.13-20
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    • 2011
  • This study is conducted to verify existing differences in consumer attitude according to distributor type and PB product type. Pre-test was conducted for this study in order to select the distributor and to classify the product type, FGI was conducted with 10 graduate students of K university in Kyong-gi. This study survey housewives, office workers, and university students excluding the participants in the pre-test. In the final analysis, research hypothesis is verified through the data of 280 answers in Korea. This research is conducted with a factor design of 3 types of distributors -department store, discount store, convenience store-and 2 types of product -utilitarian product, hedonic product. To verify the hypotheses, ANOVA is carried out. Reliability test of each measurement variables, Cronbach α coefficient is used. For each analysis, SPSS Windows 15.0 statistical program is used. The findings suggest that First, according to the size and characteristics, distributors are classified into department stores, discount stores, and convenience stores and it is verified whether if there are differences in consumers' attitude (product attitude, brand attitude and purchase intention) by the effect of different distributors. Results showed that product attitude is statistically significant. Second, product type is classified by two categories according to whether the product seeks for practicality or emotional pleasure - Utilitarian product and Hedonic product. In this context, the result after verifying whether if there is difference in the attitudes -product attitude, brand attitude, and purchase intention - in accordance with the product types is shown that utilitarian products makes bigger difference compared to hedonic products. Third, it is confirmed that there is interaction effect between product attitude and purchase intention according to the distributer type and product type. However, we find that in terms of brand attitude, there is no interaction effect. The implications of this research is as the following. First, we propose the need of PB product development and marketing strategy, which considers the product types in accordance with the scale and features of each distributor. Second, PB products should break away from the simplicity of standardized products and consider the different features of distributors. Distributors will be in need of a strategy to build a compelling brand that can differentiate itself from other distributors. This will contribute to the improvement in reliability and formation of product value.

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The effect of congruency of parent brand image with self-image, perceived risk, and product knowledge on the attitude towards extended product in fashion brand extension - Focusing on moderating effects - (패션브랜드 확장시 모 브랜드와의 자아이미지 일치성과 지각된 위험, 제품지식이 확장제품의 태도에 미치는 영향 - 조정적 역할을 중심으로 -)

  • Rhee, YoungJu
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.63-73
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of congruency of parent brand image with self-image, perceived risk, and product knowledge on the attitude towards extended product in fashion brand extension. A survey questionnaire was used to collect data from 170 female college students and collected data were subjected to descriptive analysis and regression analysis using SPSS Window program. The results of this study showed that the congruency of parent brand image with self-image and perceived risk had a positive effect on attitude towards extended product, whereas product knowledge had a negative effect on attitude towards extended product in fashion brand extension. Also, the congruency of parent brand image with self-image had a positive effect on the attitude towards extended product in fashion brand extension with positive moderating effect of perceived risk and negative mediating effect of product knowledge.

The Effect of Price Dispersion and Product Information on Consumer Product Attitude in Informediary

  • Chung, Sung-Hun;Han, In-Goo
    • 한국경영정보학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.539-544
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    • 2007
  • Infomediary, playing an important role in e-commerce, provides refined a product information and the price dispersion of product. This paper use the elaboration likelihood model to explain how level of involvement with a product moderates the impact of price dispersion and product information quality on product attitude. The study produces three major findings : (1) the quality of product information produced by infomediary has a positive effect on consumers' product attitude, (2) For low-involvement consumer, price dispersion of product positively affect consumers' product attitude. For high-involvement consumer, negatively affect, (3) low-involvement consumer are affected by the price dispersion rather than the quality of product information, but high-involvement consumer are affect by price dispersion mainly when the quality of product is low. These finding have implications for on-line infomediaries in terms of how to manage their users.

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Influence of Product Similarity between Parent Brand and Extended Brand on Extended Product Evaluation - Focus on Franchise Brand - (모브랜드 제품-확장브랜드 제품간 유사성이 확장제품평가에 미치는 영향 - 프랜차이즈 브랜드를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Ki-Suk;Shin, Bong-Sup
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.11
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    • pp.378-389
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    • 2011
  • This study scrutinizes the similarity difference between parent brand product and extended brand product of franchise business and its effect on the attitude toward extended brand product. Results showed that the similarity difference is appeared according to product extended. The cognitive attitude and the behavioral attitude toward similarity difference are also appeared to be different as high in product similarity leads to high in both cognitive and behavioral attitude. The result also showed that the food similarity compare to the technological similarity has higher impact on attitude. These study results provided a significant insights in brand extension strategy of franchise business.