Does consumer self-concept and product involvement influence wine purchasing behaviour?
What is it about?
This study examined the extent to which consumer self-concept (self-image) and product involvement influences wine purchase-decision at the retail level given the anticipated consumption occasion (i.e. an intimate dinner). It also explores the predictive effects of self-concept on this interaction.
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