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Doctoral dissertation submitted to Technical University of Berlin. Scientific progress has shown the involvement of diet in a large number of diseases and disorders e. Although people consider themselves as not someone purchasing luxury products, they actually do so and they justify their purchases by hiding behind the reason of it being a necessity of contemporary life. New luxury brand positioning and the emergence of masstige brands.

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Luxury or Necessity?

Luxury has been defined as something expensive and excessive Sombart,p. Resolving the current confusion related to the concept requires a clear distinction of interpretations that emphasize the relativity of luxury. This type of face-to-face interview method is common practice in the gathering of data, especially in the marketing discipline Polsa,p. Remember me Forgot password?

What we propose is that relativity of luxury should be considered together while defining the decrrto of luxury. In this homogeneous structure, there are various motivations for people directing them for luxury goods.


We present a scheme summarizing previous conceptual contributions. The idea of luxury: COM ‘luxury’ and ‘luxurious’ cause vendors and consumers to refer to the term ‘luxury’ even for Additionally, the increasing interest in luxury in recent years has decrego unintentionally to the ambiguity of the term.

Despite substantial empirical research efforts, academic discussion has not agreed on a common definition of the concept of luxury. The concept of luxury brands. Rules of Marketing to Build Dde Brands. If a product is not produced in large volumes it is rare, and it is this characteristic of rarity which brings the characteristic price with it.

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Harvard Business Review, 81, 48— Analyzing complex and ambivalent attitudes. Reform of Medical Education in Bosnia-Herzegovina: This change is related to the relativity of luxury; furthermore, it is closely connected to the perception of luxury.

The second question was a more general question asked with the intention of getting participants to reveal their perceptions and knowledge of luxury.

Inaccessible luxury, intermediate luxury, and accessible luxury are the elements which build up the hierarchical framework see Figure 1. It is natural to assess a product as highlypriced because of its scarcity. Journal of Brand Management, 16 5—6— However, the decision of what is excessive or more than necessary alters depending upon the point of view.

Without taking the relativity dimensions into consideration, even different levels of luxury would not be well defined.


Which luxury perceptions affect most consumer purchase behavior? The consumer research folklore claims males are more interested in technological gadgets and cars. We intended to elaborate their own comments and to even reveal their lived experiences with the products. A cross cultural framework. Consequently, the evidence obtained in this study does not represent the perception of a specific population, but it does support us in the category building process Morrow,p.

Empirical Investigation of Luxury Perceptions Methodology In order to explore the meaning of luxury for people, we conducted in-depth interviews.

A conceptual framework and historical Investigation. All six items as a whole contribute to the definition and the existence of luxury. While some products are a necessity for some people who have a higher income compared to others, it might not be the case for all people. The driving feature of the traditional luxury product is its inaccessibility. Convenience or Necessity – International Association for Showrooming and the luxury brand. This resulted in taking up the organization of business seminars and exhibitions.

Les Cahiers de Recherche, 33, Dubois, B. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52 2— In the second section, we focus on the relativity of criteria used for characterizing consumption. Truong, Y, McColl, R.