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As well as these authors, others have also identified the customer as king in theoretical, conceptual and operational terms. The ‘customer as king’ as a myth in the Brazilian market: European Journal of Marketing, v. Accusations were made both by individual consumers and by consumer organizations, but were dealt with inefficiently by watchdog organizations and the mass media in general.
Skip to main content. 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.
The basis of the analysis was the company-market bond; that is, the buying and selling relationship involving products and final consumers. Log In Sign Up.
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The Brazilian market will probably become increasingly competitive in the coming years, and actions that place the ethics of a company in question are also tending to become increasingly common. The laboratory examinations confirmed the alterations, and information about them reached the mass media through, on the one hand, the publishing of the results and, on the other hand, their becoming the objects of new investigations, from which it was observed that the same events had been occurring throughout the country: There is, then, a myth, a representation among academics lecturers, researchers and authors that the customer is king, a key-piece, fundamental and, ultimately, the main concern of the company in that the company exists because of them and for them.
With regard to the alterations to the product sizes see Table 3the laboratories not only infringed law The paper will be divided into five parts: Cambridge University Press, 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 quick and easy profits. The main point of the data analysis was to attempt to identify common patterns to the marketing actions found in the three types of situation studied.
Figure 1 — A supermarket entrance with a notice board informing customers about the alterations. In this sense, then, it is supposed that the companies involved in the situations studied end up suffering some type of alteration to their participation in the market, such as consumers changing their preferences and choosing to buy the products from other companies.
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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.
The cleaning and personal hygiene products that underwent modifications can be seen in Table 2. Credit hours In-class work per week Practice per week Credits Duration Total 2 2 8 15 weeks hours.
Help Center Find new research papers in: 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. Data about such occurrences was collected during fieldwork using a fieldwork diary and by taking photographs, and complemented with information found in the mass media.
Consumer, churhcill 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.
For the purpose of this article, we will understand myth as a symbol, or a representation, that is reproduced around aspects of reality. Journal of Marketing, Vol. 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 valr the distribution and logistics or strategies of networks. The objective of this paper was to analyze such marketing actions, which have vallor developed and practiced in the everyday Brazilian market in recent years.
They are clientss associated to lies, illusions and legend, mainly due to the manner in which Greek and Roman mythological stories were passed down from generation to generation, Grimal, The need for moral champions in global marketing. Before the situations reported in this paper, claims about this type of administrative behavior were doubted and in need of greater empirical referencing.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Without informing the consumers or mass media, a considerable number of national and transnational companies reduced the quantities and volumes of products offered to consumers, especially in the sectors of food retail, personal hygiene, cleaning products and medicine, through the structure of supermarkets and pharmacies that exists in the country.
However, as could probably be deduced from the situations, the companies did not seek to pacify the dissatisfaction, or recover the lost trust, of the consumers by developing a defensive marketing program Pizzutti dos Santos, 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.
Exploring the foundations of social inquiry. This a.narketing, as has recently been evidenced by companies, consultants and academics, and which neglects mass marketing and market segmentation, for marketing to the individual and to communities has not, however, been sustained by the actions of the companies involved in the situations chruchill. The new era of globalization of the world economy, the opening of the Brazilian market and the privatization process of Brazilian national companies, as gilbetr as an increase in competitiveness and lcientes escalation in the fight to increase market share within the Brazilian internal market, are regarded valro new phenomena and show new facets of this market.
Methodology The research for this article was based on a study of three driando of situation, involving 65 individual cases, of alterations to product packages in which quantities and volumes were reduced, encountered in the sectors of food retail, personal hygiene, cleaning products and medicine. In general, the idea that the market is able to regulate company actions per se, in a proper and ethical way, is questionable, according to what was observed in the situations described in this paper.
Does it affect loyalty? European Journal of Marketing, Vol. In specific terms, considering the three situations described here, these issues can be fitted into the following analysis perspective: CRF-DF aponta maquiagem em medicamentos.
A considerable proportion of marketing literature over the years has regarded these interests as being complementary, not mutually exclusive Kotler, ; Churchill Jr. This can be regarded as a kind of inefficiency on the part of a.msrketing state in issues of social interest related to the consumption of products in Brazil.