Index

Qualitative Consumer Research

ISBN: 978-1-78714-492-7, eISBN: 978-1-78714-491-0

ISSN: 1548-6435

Publication date: 1 August 2017

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(2017), "Index", Qualitative Consumer Research (Review of Marketing Research, Vol. 14), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 273-276. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1548-643520170000014004

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INDEX

Acts of selflessness
, 151–153

Advertising research
, 2, 3–7

literary tradition in
, 2

Affordability
, 170, 172, 173

Agapic love
, 149–151

Aggregate self
, 145, 149, 153–155

Akhism
, 96–98

Altruism
, 154, 156, 157

American Cancer Society
, 140, 141

American Marketing Association (AMA)
, xiv, 178

Bad credit experience
, 52, 53, 54, 73

and identity deformation
, 62–70

Barriers
, 177, 193, 196, 198, 202

BM stores. See Brick-and-mortar (BM) stores

Borrowing theories
, 162

Brand image
, 33, 34, 35, 44, 45

Brand issues
, 33–34

Brand name
, 26, 29, 34

Brick-and-mortar (BM) stores
, 82, 207

CAGR. See Compound annual growth rate (CAGR)

Cancer
, 140, 141, 143–144

Cancer survivors
, 143–144

CO. See Convenience orientation (CO)

Cognitive-cultural work
, 2

Cognitive literary

analysis
, 8, 15, 17

criticism
, 2, 7–10, 15

ethos
, 18

field
, 2

scholarship
, 11

theorists
, 2

theory
, 2, 8

Collaboration
, 2, 100

COM. See Country of manufacture (COM)

Complicit consumer
, 59

Compound annual growth rate (CAGR)
, 97

Conceptual blending
, 2, 17, 18

Conceptualization
, 209, 213, 217

Consumer activities
, 56

Consumer behavior
, 228, 229, 232, 234, 235, 238, 251

Consumer culture theory (CCT)
, 56, 99

Consumer identity construction
, 52

Consumer identity deformation
, 71

See also Identity deformation

Consumer perceptions
, 163–164

Consumers

deform and renegotiate
, 53

non-consumption behaviors
, 52

typology
, 85–89

Consumption
, 54–56, 177, 187, 188, 190–191

Consumption-based consumer identity
, 52, 55

Convenience consumption
, 190–191, 198–199

Convenience orientation (CO)
, 176, 177–187, 200

theoretical foundation of
, 187–188

COO. See Country of origin (COO)

Counterfeit consumption
, 228, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 238, 246–248

Country issues
, 35–39

Country of manufacture (COM)
, 37–38

Country of origin (COO) effect
, 26–29

Country of origin literature
, 29–31

Credit cards
, 58–59

Credit experiences
, 52–53, 54, 57

identity deformation
, 53, 62–70

Credit trap
, 58–62

Crucial cognitive activities
, 2–3

Cultural stereotypes
, 27

Curiosity
, 245–246

Curious and social
, 249

Customer experience
, 112

components of
, 114–115

designer-controlled virtual experience
, 215–216

management
, 113–115

physical experience
, 214–215

research
, 115–120

retail customers active
, 220–222

retailer-controlled shopping experience
, 211–212

role of
, 212–214

spatiality of presence
, 216–219

virtual experience
, 214–215

Customer journey
, 115, 118, 123, 127, 128, 131, 132

Customer journey map (CJM)
, 115, 123, 128

Debt, psychology of
, 56–57

Deform
, 54

Designer-controlled virtual experience
, 215–216

Disengaged
, 250

Emergent typology
, 248–250

Emerging themes
, 238–248

Environmental concerns
, 194

Epistemic vigilance
, 7

ERP. See External reference price (ERP)

Ethnocentrism
, 38

ExperienceFellow tool
, 132

Extended self
, 46, 73, 142, 144, 153, 155, 219

External reference price (ERP)
, 83

Flexibility
, 192, 196

Geofencing
, 83

Gift giving
, 63, 142, 144, 145, 149–151

Good-credit consumers
, 55, 72

Grounded theory approach
, 85

Health concerns
, 192–193

Hermeneutical analysis
, 53

Houston community
, 246

Humanistic orientation
, 3

Identities-in-crisis
, 53

Identity
, 54–56

defined
, 52

Identity deformation

embarrassment
, 68–70

humiliation, and degradation
, 68–70

identity assaults
, 67–68

identity-in-crisis
, 65–67

loss of agency
, 65

loss of control
, 65

public identity
, 68–70

stigma
, 68–70

Individual effect, COO effect formation
, 33

In-home consumption settings
, 238–239

In-home counterfeit channel
, 230

In-home purchasing events socially embedded markets
, 229, 230, 231

Internal reference price (IRP)
, 83, 84

Interpretation
, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 16, 18

Interviews
, 177, 189–199

Intimacy
, 239–240

IRP. See Internal reference price (IRP)

Large retailer strategies
, 90–91

LEGO advertisement
, 10, 11, 12, 14

Lifestyle facilitators
, 55

Literary cognitive theory
, 7

Loneliness
, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 147, 149

Loyal
, 249

Luxury brands
, 231–232, 233, 234

attitudes toward counterfeiting
, 232–233

counterfeit consumption, motivating factors of
, 233

counterfeit purchase intent
, 233–234

purchase channels
, 231–232

Made in concept
, 29

Marketing implications
, 201–202

Marketing professionals
, 197

See also Interviews

Marketing strategy
, 89, 90–91

See also Large retailer strategies; Small retailer strategies

Media
, 41–43

Mobile ethnography
, 112, 113, 117–120, 121, 128–129

Mobile Quality Check
, 121

Modularity hypotheses
, 9

Myths
, 43

Nationalism
, 28

Nationalistic feelings
, 38

Neoclassical economists
, 162

Non-consumption behaviors
, 52

Obligatory attendance
, 242–243

Obtainability
, 170, 172, 173

Originality
, 240–242

P2PSN. See Peer-to-peer online patient survivor networks (P2PSN)

PAR. See Participatory action research (PAR)

Paradigmatic challenges
, 2

Participatory action research (PAR)
, 101

Peer-to-peer networking
, 146, 149, 154

Peer-to-peer online patient survivor networks (P2PSN)
, 140, 141, 142, 144–146, 150–152

Persuasion knowledge
, 14, 15

Persuasion research
, 2, 3, 6, 17

Persuasive communications
, 3

Physical deformities
, 54

Poor consumers
, 97, 98, 99

Popularity
, 44–45

Price

combining interviewing techniques
, 165

consumer perceptions
, 163–164

for consumers
, 162

conventional economic meaning of
, 164

conventional meanings of
, 166–168

deeper meanings of
, 168–171

defined
, 162

negatively valenced perceptions of
, 164

responses to
, 163–164

Price-oriented shoppers
, 82

Price–quality relationship
, 163

Primary care providers (PCPs)
, 142

Product-country consumer relationships
, 28

Product-country image
, 26

Product evaluation
, 26, 28, 29, 33, 34, 36, 41, 43, 44

Product-place image
, 26

Psychologism
, 8

Psychology of debt
, 56–57

Purchase decision
, 26, 30, 31, 33, 37, 41, 43, 44, 45

Purse party consumers
, 248

Qualitative research
, 26, 31, 32, 46

Quality
, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 172

Quality concerns
, 193

Reference price
, 83–84, 91

Religious affiliation
, 37

Retailer-controlled shopping experience
, 211–212

Retailing
, 80, 90

Review of Marketing Research
, xiv, xvi

Sacrifice
, 162, 163, 166, 172

Security concerns
, 196

Selflessness, acts of
, 151–153

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
, 113, 119, 120, 121, 124, 130

Sharing
, 6, 121, 144, 145, 152–153

Showrooming (SR)

consumer typologies
, 87

growth of
, 80–81

reference pricing
, 83–84

Skeptic
, 249

Small retailers
, 80, 88, 89, 90

Small-sized grocers
, 105

Small-sized retail store
, 106

Social and economic justifications
, 229

Social engagement
, 243–245

Societal effect
, 41

Socio-cultural contexts
, 2

SR. See Showrooming (SR)

Stigma
, 69

Supermarketization
, 98, 99, 100

Theory of mind
, 2, 13–17

Turkey
, 99, 100, 106

profit-oriented organized modern grocery retailers in
, 97

Turkish brand
, 33, 39

Turkish consumers
, 36, 37, 39, 42, 46

Turkish market
, 44

TV show
, 5

Web-based software
, 123

Women, food purchasing
, 105

Word-of-mouth (WOM)
, 112