By focussing on a range of global and local brand studies, this chapter offers a comprehensive and well-informed analysis of the issues and practices involved in consumer–brand relationships in the Turkish context. The chapter is organised into three parts. The first part focusses on antecedents of consumer–brand relationships such as the global or local identity of the brand and brand personality. The second part presents detailed explorations of various brand relationships such as brand love and brand trust. The third and the final part focusses on an important phenomenon, the stage for various brand relationships, being online brand communities. The chapter concludes with the future research directions in these three main areas together with a discussion of offline and online branding opportunities in the Turkish market.
Merdin-Uygur, E., Kubat, U. and Gürhan-Canli, Z. (2018), "Consumer–Brand Relationships in Turkey", Ozturkcan, S. and Okan, E. (Ed.) Marketing Management in Turkey (Marketing in Emerging Markets), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 143-164. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78714-557-320181012Download as .RIS
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