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研究生(外文):Cheng, Yi-Chen
論文名稱:品牌態度與品牌反應之關係: 品牌情緒依附之中介角色
論文名稱(外文):The relationship between brand attitude and brand responses: The mediating role of emotional brand attachment
指導教授(外文):Lin, Shao-Lung
口試委員(外文):Wang, Kuo-ChingChen, Yung-Yen
外文關鍵詞:brand attitudeemotional brand attachmentbrand loyaltyprice premium
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The main purpose of this study is to explore and examine the relationship among brand attitude, emotional attachment, brand loyalty, and price premium. The study used survey to collect data provided by a sample of regular consumers in Taiwan Area. The focus group selected 24 brands out from 9 categories. The study show one brand in each questionnaire and therefore employ total 24 version questionnaires. Every 35 respondents answered one version questionnaire. The data provided by a useful sample of 655 consumers (the effective response rate was 77.98%). The results revealed that brand attitude positively influences brand loyalty and emotional brand attachment; emotional brand attachment affects brand loyalty and price premium positively. In addition, emotional brand attachment mediates the relationship between brand attitude and brand loyalty and price premium respectively. We discuss implications for theory and practices, and suggestions for the further study.
中文摘要 .....................iii
英文摘要 .....................iv
致謝辭  .....................v
內容目錄 .....................vi
表目錄  .....................viii
圖目錄  .....................ix
第一章  緒論...................1
  第一節  研究背景...............1
  第二節  研究問題與目的............2
  第三節  研究架構...............5
第二章  文獻探討.................7
  第一節  品牌情緒依附.............7
  第二節  品牌態度...............9
  第三節  品牌忠誠度..............10
  第四節  價格溢價...............12
  第五節  研究假設...............13
第三章  研究方法.................18
  第一節  資料收集與研究樣本..........18
  第二節  品牌篩選...............21
  第三節  變數的衡量..............22
  第四節  資料分析...............24
第四章  研究結果.................29
  第一節  信度與效度分析及共同方法變異之結果..29
  第二節  相關分析...............31
  第三節  研究假設之檢驗結果..........32
第五章  討論...................36
  第一節  理論意涵...............36
  第二節  管理意涵...............37
  第三節  研究限制與未來建議..........38
參考文獻 .....................40
附錄   正式問卷.................52

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2011年台灣全區消費者心目中理想品牌調查排行榜(2011, January),管理雜誌,1(438),52-53。


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