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    Title: 企業品牌中非音樂性聲音對消費者意向之影響
    Other Titles: The path from sound to brand on customer intention
    Authors: 張雁婷;Chang, Yen-Ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學企業管理學系碩士班
    張瑋倫;Chang, Wei-Lun
    Keywords: 品牌聲像;非音樂性聲音;理性行為;Sonic branding;Non-musical sound;TRA
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:21:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 聲音能夠傳達很多微妙的訊息,且不受文化的影響,長期的使用聲音對於品牌策略而言是一項重要的策略。根據許多國外報導研究發現,歐美許多企業為本身品牌打造獨一無二的聲音識別,謂之品牌聲像(sound/sonic/acoustic branding),因此,本研究將期望透過非音樂性聲音,探討是否真能為品牌建立清晰的識別,以及有效的傳達企業識別。
    本研究目的為了解企業使用非音樂性聲音所傳遞的個性及是否能溝通特定訊息,進而改變人們的態度及行為傾向,因此使用理性行為理論來衡量可能的行為傾向,及Aaker (1997)的品牌個性得到非音樂性聲音在消費者心目中的形象,研究結果呈現:(1)良好的非音樂性聲音設計確實可以傳達正確的品牌個性,甚至是產品屬性、特徵等,並歸納成功之品牌非音樂性聲音的要素;(2)非音樂性聲音適切的設計足以傳達企業品牌的個性及使命。
    Sound conveys lots of messages without culture effect. According to foreign reports, lots of corporate have designed their own audio signature which is also called Sonic Branding. Additionally, it is crucial for a brand to utilize it consistency. This paper investigates if a corporate brand image can be delivered and communicated clearly via a designed non-musical sound.
    This research examines how consumers perceive corporate brand image via non-musical sound and the influence of behavior intention. This study attempts to (1) validate the consistency between perceived corporate image and the mission that the company attempts to convey, (2) verify the appropriateness of a non-musical sound for a brand, and (3) discusses the affect of non-musical sound on customer intention. First, this study uses brand personality (Aaker, 1997) to measure the brand image for all non-musical sounds, which are registered in USPTO. This study surveys 154 participants based on selected brand sounds.
    The present research also separates customers into three categories: norm, autonomy, and medium. The results reveal that customer autonomy and norm have higher value of behavior intention than medium. In addition, the finding shows well-designed non-musical sound indeed can convey specific corporate value. This work concludes how non-musical sounds succeed finally. The identified features of each brand sound provide guidance to brand managers who intend to implement a non-musical sound to a corporate brand in the future.
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