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Procedures of this type do not make a contribution in terms of improving marketing practices and, in the face of the slowness of the government organizations in collecting information and offering a response to the situation, put the credibility and validity of the National Consumer Defense Code at risk.
From a marketing point of view, the evidence that companies are more concerned with their own interests than with those of the consumers is very inconvenient. General Implications and Theory a The situations presented in this article suggest that movements organized by consumers tend to be closer to the directives and interests of the government organizations rather than the government organizations being closer to the interests of the consumers.
Cases of cases … of cases. Exploring the foundations of social inquiry.
These events occurred in the early s in the Brazilian market, and reveal similarities and a kind clientees pattern to collective company actions in the marketing of products.
On the scientific status of consumer research and the need for an interpretive approach to studying consumption behavior.
From a marketing point of view, the myth of the customer as king expresses itself not only in a conceptual way, but also in an operational way. Journal of Relationship Marketing, v. Consumer, product sizes, marketing, company actions, Brazilian market Introduction The relationships between companies and their consumer markets have increasingly been receiving attention in recent years in Brazil. Mito ontem e hoje. Many of the companies involved in the situations studied are large national and transnational companies, market leaders that supposedly practice the basic principles of marketing.
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However, as could probably be deduced from the situations, the companies did not seek chutchill pacify the dissatisfaction, or recover the lost trust, of the consumers by developing a defensive marketing program Pizzutti dos Santos, A pattern to the actions of the Brazilian and transnational companies operating in the Brazilian market was then identified, and parz Ministry of Economic Affairs was subsequently informed.
The myth of the ethical consumer — do ethics matter is purchase behavior? Qualitative inquiry and research design: After completing the investigation, IPEM confirmed the accuracy of the complaints in both large supermarkets and smaller retail establishments in the suburbs. In other words, the Brazilian government itself does not perform its duty of regulating the market, leaving consumers at the mercy of the actions of companies lacking a sense of ethics, even when there was an evident lack of information passed cuhrchill to consumers, government organizations and the media.
On the intersection of marketing history and marketing theory. Other agents involved in the retail offering of the products connived with the company and tried to take advantage of the situation in order to gain churchill and easy profits.
The ‘customer as king’ as a myth in the Brazilian market: For the purpose of this article, we will understand myth as a symbol, or a representation, that is reproduced around aspects of reality. Guidelines for conducting research and publishing in marketing: Although churcholl idea is presupposed in the actual structural framework of the Brazilian market, the pattern of company actions observed in this study runs to the contrary.
Despite the fact that they involve narratives, stories, fables and conversations, where it is feasible that there could be changes in the content, message or sense, myths cannot be reduced to mere fantasy or to the improbable.
Despite having the ability to use information received from Customer Services Departments to make reparative decisions, as Isnard demonstrated was possible, the companies did not respond to the consumers. Looking at it from the opposite point of view, both circumstances can be understood as representations: This has been the case in the modification of products through the alteration of packaging sizes that have been carried out on a large scale recently in the Brazilian market.
However, there are no theories in marketing theory that show the practical realities of marketing set decisions, among competing companies, with regard to alterations to products and packaging sizes in terms of industrial production lines, and that these actions can lead to profitable gains for the companies, even if it is to the detriment of their images and respective market brands.
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According to Chauvelconsumers may feel inhibited or ill at ease when making formal complaints to companies after experiences of dissatisfaction when buying a product, and this becomes more evident the longer the relationship of inequality and unjustness continues.
The basis of its analysis, therefore, gibert the company-market bond, expressed in the buying and selling relationship involving the products and end consumers. Help Center Find new research papers in: The official inspection processes of the products and the start of proceedings, as gilbeft as the coverage by the media, followed the same sequence and rhythm as that previously described a.marketkng Situation 1. This construct involves the identification and evaluation of the diverse possibilities of horizontal and vertical integration among the members of the channels, albeit basically for things that relate to the distribution and logistics or strategies of networks.
Objective To stimulate discussion and research aiming to introduce new concepts and ideas that may improve the theoretical framework of Marketing. In order to broaden the reach ccriando the study, some final considerations about vslor implications, theory and the limitations of the study, as well as suggestions for research linked to the theme of this study are presented below.
With regard to the collection of the data for the analysis, as normally happens in studies of this type, different methods were used Alves-Mazzotti, ; Creswell, ; Platt, ; Ragin, Glibert work per week.
Upon learning about the complaints, the government organizations stated that they would verify the irregularities, which, when confirmed, would lead to the instigation of legal process against the laboratories. This is a situation that evidently requires greater research and understanding, as it opposes several of the basic premises of marketing theory and creates questions with regard to the relationship, complaints, trust and loyalty of consumption, in addition to other important questions about the theories and practitioners of marketing.
This limits the claims of the study and necessitates that the context in which chkrchill is to be understood be clearly outlined: This can a.matketing regarded as a kind of inefficiency on the part of the state in issues of social interest related to the consumption of products in Brazil. Situation 3 —Medicine Retail As with food, cleaning and personal hygiene product retail, medicines underwent reductions and alterations to their product sizes and quantities during the same time period.
Journal of Consumer Research, 15 3, A considerable proportion of marketing literature over the years has regarded these interests as being complementary, not mutually exclusive Kotler, ; Churchill Jr. Credit hours In-class work per week Practice per week Credits Duration Total 2 2 a.marketin 15 weeks hours. A synthesis of contemporary market orientation perspectives. Marketing Theory, valoor 3p. The confirmation by IPEM of the alterations to the products and their consequent divulgation by the media, Procon, DPDC and IDUM, among other official institutions, unleashed further complaints from consumers, who felt encouraged to complain.
Once collected, the data was grouped according to the common characteristics of each particular event. In specific terms, considering the three situations described here, these issues can be fitted into the following analysis perspective: And, as if it was a a.mar,eting strategy, the responsibility was transferred to the company, sparing the supermarkets from blame in the eyes of the consumers, the media and the governmental watchdog organizations.
Theoretical Background Myths first appeared in ancient Greece around the 6th century B.