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The 65 cases grouped into the three situations reported raise important ethical issues in the marketing practices of a considerable group of Brazilian companies, and transnational companies hailed across the world for their marketing practices. And, as if churchilo was a deliberate strategy, the responsibility was transferred to the company, sparing the supermarkets from blame in the eyes of the consumers, the media and the governmental watchdog organizations.
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The ‘customer as king’ as a myth in the Brazilian market: Reactions, Reflections, and Refinements. Products that show inconsistencies in their packaging are subject to more detailed laboratory examination, and this is what happened at the end of the investigation when alterations were identified in some of the products analyzed. In other words, marketing administration presupposes benefits for the consumers and satisfaction a.arketing both the company and the consumers!
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.
Complementary denouncements were made by the Public Prosecution Service and the Ministry of Justice, through the Department of Consumer Protection and Defense DPDCwhich outlined some reaction and dispatched infringement lawsuits to the companies involved. In specific terms, considering the three situations described here, these issues can be fitted into the following analysis perspective: Journal of Marketing, v.
General Implications and Theory a The situations presented in this article suggest that movements organized by consumers tend to be closer to the directives and interests of the government organizations rather than the government organizations being closer to the interests of the consumers.
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Such actions also counter the statements made by Arruda in his article about the indiscriminate preoccupation of executives with the ethical actions of their companies with regard to the market. A synthesis of contemporary market orientation perspectives. This can be regarded as a kind of inefficiency on the part of the state in issues of social interest related to the consumption of products in Brazil.
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 vilbert the company in that the company exists because of them and for them.
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Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Suggestions for Further Research e Despite its limitations, this study represents an effort to approach a new topic, still relatively unexplored by academics of marketing in Brazil.
The myth has thereby been created that it is the consumer, the public, that has the ear of the seller, the ability to choose, the ability to intervene and to force changes and improvements, through their buying power and through the definition of their necessities, in the glibert made by the companies and in their marketing actions. Data about such occurrences was collected during fieldwork using a fieldwork diary and by taking photographs, and complemented with information found in croando mass media.
Guidelines for conducting research and publishing in marketing: On the intersection of marketing history and marketing theory. Before the situations reported in this paper, claims about this type of administrative behavior were doubted chuechill in need of churcgill empirical referencing. This implies that, contrary to the above supposition, it is possible for national and transnational companies, even after having performed actions that were against the interests and expectations of the consumers and were at odds with the basic principles of marketing, to not end up suffering negative alterations in demand for their products in the medium and long term.
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Criteria for a.marketinh interpretative validity in qualitative research. After completing the investigation, IPEM confirmed the accuracy of the complaints in both large supermarkets and smaller retail establishments in the suburbs.
The contradiction is obvious! From a marketing point of view, the myth of the customer as king expresses itself not only in a conceptual way, but also in an operational way. Journal of Consumer Marketing, Arvada, v.
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With regard to the alterations to the product sizes see Table 3the laboratories not only infringed law Although this idea is presupposed in the actual structural framework of the Brazilian market, the pattern of company actions observed in this study runs to the contrary. Cuhrchill Management Journal, xxx Despite the fact that they involve narratives, stories, fables and conversations, where paraa is feasible that there could be changes in the content, message or sense, myths cannot be reduced to mere fantasy or to the improbable.
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With regard to the collection of the data for the analysis, as normally happens in studies of this type, different methods were used Alves-Mazzotti, ; Creswell, ; Platt, ; Ragin,