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    Title: "我可能不會愛你" : 品牌愛戀者品牌轉移之探究
    Other Titles: "I might not love you" : the exploratory study of brand switch behavior from the consumers with brand attachment
    我可能不會愛你 : 品牌愛戀者品牌轉移之探究
    I might not love you : the exploratory study of brand switch behavior from the consumers with brand attachment
    Authors: 葉福茂;Yeh, Fu-Mao
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士班
    黃哲盛;Huang, Je-Sheng
    Keywords: 品牌愛戀;品牌依戀;品牌轉移;敘說研究;品牌隔離;Brand Love;Brand attachment;Brand Switching;narrative inquiry;Brand Detachment
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:57:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 過去已經有豐富的文獻分別討論品牌愛戀的建構要素,在品牌愛戀之後,也有學者開始專注在品牌的隔離與轉移的議題上,但鮮少有學者對品牌愛戀到品牌轉移之間的過渡地帶進行討論,對品牌管理者來說,如何建立顧客的忠誠度固然重要,但是要長期維持顧客對品牌的愛戀關係也具有相當的挑戰性。本研究嘗試以質性的探索性研究,透過一對一深入訪談,嘗試捕捉消費者品牌愛戀弱化的關鍵,並且透過敘說研究,以「故事」的方式將當時的時空脈絡勾勒出來,試圖重建完整的品牌轉移過程。

    Retaining customers plays a vital role in pursuit of long term business success. Consumer loyalty and brand love have recently attracted rising interest in marketing research. This study aims to establish an understanding of brand detachments in the relationship ending process between a customer and brand. Because of their high emotional attachment, brand lover adore their brands and even fervently defend them against all odds.

    Yet, some of these relationships break down. This article addresses the question why strong emotional bonds with brands are weakened, and how consumers experience the process of emotional detachment and relationship termination. This study draws theories from marketing, sociology, psychoanalysis and psychology. Theoretical prototypes and models on how to establish and improve relationships with customers used to understand the vital elements required in forming a relationship, assuming an absence of which might contribute to the dissolution of a relationship.

    By using narrative inquiry, a relatively new qualitative methodology, is the study of experience understood narratively. It is a way of thinking about, and studying experience. Phenomenological interviews with brand lovers revealed that (1) three types of brand lovers (2) two patterns of brand switching are two main discovers of this study.
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