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Another interesting point here is that participants ed their perceptions by exemplifying different characteristics and relativities of luxury. The consumer research folklore claims males are more interested in technological gadgets and cars. Turning marketing upside down. COM ‘luxury’ and ‘luxurious’ cause vendors and consumers to refer to the term ‘luxury’ even for Luxury Perceptions Luxury is not a stable concept by itself, and it is subject to continuous change, like life itself.
Luxury or Necessity? –
Related terms such as ‘deluxe’, ‘ premium ‘. Additionally, the increasing interest in luxury in recent years has contributed unintentionally to the ambiguity of the term. Clearly, both luxury products and luxurious images are unlikely to be the same for all consumers. This article aims to contribute to a clarification of the concept of luxury by going deep into the relativity of this attribute and the related characteristics of luxury products. Despite substantial empirical research efforts, academic discussion has not agreed on a common definition of the concept of luxury.
All six items as a whole contribute to the definition and the existence of luxury.
Luxury or Necessity?
What we propose is that relativity of luxury should be considered together while defining the levels of luxury.
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website. An exploratory study — three conceptual dimensions. Semiotica, 1— Analyzing complex and ambivalent attitudes. Luxury products contain both consequences like prestige and characteristics such as rarity De Barnier, Rodina, Valette-Florence,p.
The luxury consumption behaviour is not simple but complex by in the interpretation of system theory. At this point, the relativity of perceptions becomes effective. This shows us the relativity of concept of luxury. Comparability in cross-cultural qualitative marketing research: Equivalence in personal interviews. Smiththe decline of regionalism in the immediate post war period was the A conceptual framework and historical Investigation. If six is the optimum number to fix it, then the seventh screw would not be seen as a luxury but as superfluity.
Journal of Marketing Research, 28, — It is natural to assess a product as highlypriced because of its scarcity. Marketing Review, 3 4— When recruiting participants we focused on potential participants who had economic freedom, and thus were more appropriate to feed us with information of interest.
Les Cahiers de Recherche, 33, Dubois, B. The more the product is inaccessible, the more people will dream of owning it. Resolving the current confusion related to the concept requires a clear distinction of interpretations that emphasize the relativity of luxury. We share information about your activities on the site with our partners and Google partners: