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|Title:||The influence of occasion on consumer choice: an occasion based, value oriented investigation of wine purchase, using means-end chain analysis / by Edward John Hall|
|Author:||Hall, Edward John|
|School/Discipline:||School of Agriculture and Wine, Discipline of Wine and Horticulture|
|Abstract:||Focusses particularly on the purchase of wine and the factors that influence consumer choice and the values that drive the decision process across different consumption occasions. The effectiveness of occasion as part of the theoretical model of means-end chain analysis is investigated, as well as the feasibility of occasion in the Olsen and Thach (2001) conceptual framework of consumer behavior relating to wine.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture and Wine, Discipline of Wine and Horticulture, 2003|
|Subject:||Consumers Decision making; Consumer behavior; Wine industry Australia Marketing Statistical methods; Consumers' preferences Australia Econometic models; Marketing Management Case studies|
|Description:||Includes list of Supplementary refereed publications relating to thesis; and of Refereed conference papers, as appendix 1|
Includes bibliograhical references (p. 316-343)
xix, 381 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
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