The Impact of Cultural Symbols and Spokesperson Identity on Attitudes and Intentions
In today’s multicultural societies, ethnic targeting is increasingly important for marketing. Two main approaches to target ethnic minorities have emerged: messaging consumers when their ethnic identity is most salient, and featuring spokespeople who have the same heritage as the target. We conduct replications of two articles representative of these research streams: Forehand and Deshpandé (2001) and Deshpandé and Stayman (1994). Our findings identify generational status as an important boundary condition for these ethnic targeting strategies.
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Lenoir, A.-S.I.A, Puntoni, S, Reed II, A, & Verlegh, P.W.J. (2013). The Impact of Cultural Symbols and Spokesperson Identity on Attitudes and Intentions (No. ERS-2013-010-MKT). ERIM Report Series Research in Management. Erasmus Research Institute of Management. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/40663
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