By C. Whan Park, Deborah J. Macinnis, Joseph Priester
Model Attachment offers a theoretical build in regards to the components that underlie powerful model relationships. The authors outline the build of brand name attachment and differentiate it from different constructs arguing that model attachment is necessary to consequence variables that underscore the brand's worth to the company. This monograph provides to the literature by way of articulating the antecedents to robust model attachments together with either the bases on which powerful model attachments shape and the promoting actions that foster them. The authors posit that robust brand-customer attachments derive from the brand's good fortune at growing powerful model self-connections via enjoyable, permitting, and/or assuring the self. those successes are themselves contingent at the effectiveness of promoting actions that use have an effect on, typicality, vividness, and wealthy info to foster a powerful model self connection via a strategic model exemplar. model Attachment describes the attachment build, its dating to different constructs, the character of brand-self connections, and the position of strategic model exemplars in developing those connections. The authors additionally learn theoretical and managerial matters round this subject.
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