pdf | 8.07 MB | English | Isbn: 978-1800889491 | Author: Reed, A.;Forehand, M.; | Year: 2021
The Handbook of Research on Identity Theory in Marketing<\/i> features cutting\-edge research that delves into the origins and consequences of identity loyalty and organizes these insights around five basic identity principles that span nearly every consumer marketing subdomain. The Handbook explores  what makes an identity come to mind  what creates strong associations between identities and products  how consumers use brands to verify who they are or want to become  how consumption enhances or resolves conflict amongst identities and  how marketing and consumption becomes particularly relevant to particular identities. Each of these five principles are fully analyzed by a who\x27s who of world\-class international marketing scholars.
This Handbook is a comprehensive and state of the art treatment of identity and marketing: An authoritative and practical guide for academics, brand managers, marketers, public policy advocates and even intellectually curious consumers.
Contributors include:<\/b> J. Angle, K. Aquino, J.J. Argo, A. Barasch, D.A. Briley, L.N. Chaplin, S. Chen, N.V. Coleman, S. Connors, S.W. Dagogo\-Jack, D.W. Dahl, S. Danziger, K.G. DeMarree, K. Diehl, S.L. Dommer, L. Dunn, K.M. Durante, J. Edson Escalas, I. Gallo, T. Gaustad, M. Graso, L. Grewal, V. Griskevicius, G.R. Henderson, T. Hill, K.C. Husemann, G.V. Johar, A.C. Jones, K. Jung, K.L. Kettle, C. Lamberton, J. Laran, C. Lelchuk, E. Leung, T.M. Lowrey, B. McFerran, R. Mehta, A.C. Morales, H. Nikolova, E. Ok, J.G. Olson, G. Paolacci, A.W. Perkins, S. Puntoni, T. Rank\-Christman, R. Scott, J. Shang, L.J. Shrum, B. Simpson, K. Spangenberg, A.T. Stephen, L. Weiss, S.C. Wheeler, K. White, K. Wilcox, K.P. Winterich, L. Xu, G. Zauberman
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