Media amplification of a brand crisis and its affect on brand trust
Yannopoulou, N., Koronis, E. and Elliott, R., 2011. Media amplification of a brand crisis and its affect on brand trust. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (5-6), pp. 530-546.
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This paper explores the ways in which consumers' brand trust during a brand crisis is affected through direct experience versus when it is amplified through mass media. By using case-study methodology, our findings reveal that generalised public images of a product crisis initiate a public perception of risk, which provides more negative effects on brand trust than the actual consumers' experience does. We introduce the media as a third partner influencing the trust relationship between consumers and brands, and offer suggestions for restoring and preserving customers' brand trust.
|Creators||Yannopoulou, N., Koronis, E. and Elliott, R.|
|Departments||School of Management|
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