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University of California Clientez, Situation 2 — Cleaning and Personal Hygiene Product Retail A similar pattern of alterations to product packaging in the cleaning and personal hygiene retail sector was found to be occurring at the same time as that in the food retail sector, although in a more distinct way.
The contradiction is obvious! The objective of this paper was to analyze such marketing actions, which have been developed and practiced in the everyday Brazilian market in recent years. The territory of consumer research: Although this idea is presupposed in the actual ggilbert framework of the Brazilian market, the pattern of company actions observed in this study runs to the contrary.
University Chicago Press, Suggestions for Further Research e Despite its limitations, this clienntes represents an effort to approach a new topic, still relatively unexplored by academics of marketing in Brazil.
These days, and with respect to the prepossessions of this article, it is bound to the representation of something in social, cultural, historical and economic terms.
This perspective, above all when added to the increasing necessity for greater explanation gikbert relationship, trust and loyalty in consumption in the Brazilian Market, represents an important challenge for new studies in the area of marketing.
The empirical basis of the paper is occurrences of shrinking product sizes, with regard to quantities and volumes, that have occurred in recent years in products from the food retail, personal hygiene, cleaning and medicine sectors, which, with the exception of intermediary and distributing agents, were not communicated to market consumers.
Marketing Theory, 6 3p. Once collected, the data was grouped according to the common characteristics of each particular event. While analyzing the lack of action from the Brazilian government in relation to such situations and, at the same time, showing the weakness of the consumer in the face of company actions organized on a large scale, the article, through its findings, questions the adoption of basic marketing premises on the part of large national and transnational companies that operate in the Brazilian market, and puts into perspective discussions about relationships, trust and loyalty with regard to the offering iglbert consumption of products in the Brazilian market.
In general, through their marketing actions, companies sometimes create these phenomena, at other times stimulate them and, further, at other times simply respond or react to them. Journal of Marketing, Vol.
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craindo The nature and scope of marketing. This has been a.karketing case in the modification of products through the alteration of packaging sizes that have been carried out on a large scale recently in the Brazilian market. The confirmation by IPEM of the alterations to the products and their consequent divulgation by the media, Procon, DPDC and IDUM, among other official institutions, unleashed further complaints from consumers, who felt encouraged to complain. Despite the fact that they involve narratives, stories, fables and conversations, where it is feasible that there could be changes in the content, message or sense, myths cannot be reduced to mere fantasy or to the improbable.
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The basis of the analysis was the company-market bond; that is, the buying and selling relationship involving products and final consumers. This has been established in marketing a.msrketing through widely known studies, such as, for example, those published by Churchill Jr.
Handbook of Qualitative Research. The main point of the data analysis was to attempt to identify common patterns to the marketing actions found in the three types of situation studied. Skip to main content. As well as these authors, others have also identified the customer as king in theoretical, conceptual cliejtes operational terms. With reference to the planning of marketing campaigns, therefore, it may be that surrounding factors linked to government legislation do not result in threats or immediate obstacles.
This implies that, contrary to the above supposition, it is possible for national and transnational companies, even after having performed actions that were against the interests and expectations of the consumers and were at odds with the basic principles of marketing, to not end up suffering negative alterations in demand for their products in the medium and long term.
The situations studied in this paper show the possibility that marketing actions that reduce product sizes cause an important cognitive dissonance in the consumers, particularly with regard to the relationship-trust- loyalty xriando.
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Skip to main content. On the intersection of marketing history and marketing theory. Criteria for assessing interpretative validity in qualitative research.
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In specific terms, considering the three situations described here, these issues can be fitted into the following analysis perspective: However, a better analysis of these issues and practices could be carried out through further studies that contemplate: Qualitative inquiry and research design: The 65 cases grouped into the three situations reported raise important ethical issues in the marketing practices of a considerable group of Brazilian companies, and transnational companies a.markeing across the world for their marketing practices.
It is believed that such investigations are important to evaluate more rigorously the effects of marketing actions that reduce product sizes without the consumers having been informed.
The ‘customer as king’ as a myth in the Brazilian market: This representation of the customer as king, is not only the privilege of academics, but is also shared by business practitioners executives, publicists, etc. Journal of Relationship Marketing, v. The myth has thereby been created that it is the consumer, the public, that has the ear of the seller, the ability to choose, the ability to intervene and to craindo changes and improvements, through their buying power and through the definition of their necessities, in the a.marketnig made by the companies cgiando in their marketing actions.