The attempt has been made by the researcher to include conceptual framework of online consumer buying behavior by including various aspects of literature review viz, Attitude, orientation and motivation towards online shopping. An attempt would be made in this paper to put forward results and findings based on critical review of available literature in form of earlier research studies relating to trends, growth, developments and future potentials of e-commerce and evolving behavioral patterns of online shopping activities considering its diffusion and issues especially concerning to gender, security etc. Finally, this study discovered a significantly impact of Consumer online buying behavior and Important managerial implications and recommendations are also presented. Article Preview Attitude Towards Online Shopping Despite an increasing number of online shoppers and offering of wide range of products on Internet, one finds paucity of research work undertaken with a focus on demographic variables especially gender as well as the attitudes; perceptions and profiling of online shoppers worldwide and especially in India.
She lives in her own home in a Chicago suburb with her children, who go to private schools. Recently a number of robberies and burglaries have occurred close to her neighbor hood. One of her friends was attacked in a mall parking lot and robbed.
Barbara is concerned about her safety and that her children and is considering buying a gun for home protection.
However, she is worried about the safety of having a loaded gun in her home with the kids around. She decides to visit him at the store and evaluate further the pros and cons of getting a gun on her next trio home. While there she goes to see her uncle at his shop.
He says the shooting club is also doing well and has lots of new members. Barbara explains that she is thinking about buying a gun because of all the crime recently in her area. She also explains her concerns with the safety of having a gun around the house. Uncle Al tells her he does not want to try to influence her decision.
He believes people have to decide for themselves whether owning a gun is right for them. However, if they do choose to buy one they need to learn how to load and fire it safely and effectively.
He also says a gun lock that can be put on the trigger housing can be used to avoid problems with the children. Barbara decides to buy a gun for her home. She asks her uncle to recommend the best model for her needs. Uncle Al tells her he thinks a revolver is much simpler to operate and safer to handle than an automatic.
Although the Model handless caliber ammunition, 38 special cartridges can also be used in it. He recommends using the 38s at first because they produce less recoil when fired and then stepping up to the s when her skills develop because they have more stopping power.
Barbara and her uncle walk over to the shooting range with his Model He explains how to load the revolver and how to shoot it in both single and double action.
He also shows her a trigger lock and how to put it on the gun. Barbara loads the gun and tries it out at the range.CHAPTER III CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR INTRODUCTION Consumer behaviour refers to the act of individuals who are directly involved in obtaining and using goods and services.
It also includes the decision-making process which leads to the act of purchase. Vigneron, Franck and Lester W. Johnson (), “A Review and a Conceptual Framework of Prestige-Seeking Consumer Behavior “, Academy of Marketing Science Review, (1), 1 .
Chapter 2: A Framework for Consumer Behavior – The Wheel of Consumer Analysis. Affect & Cognition. Consumer Behavior. Marketing Strategy. Consumer Environment. The Wheel of Consumer Analysis. The Wheel of Consumer Analysis is a framework that helps us understand consumer behavior. The world economy is becoming increasingly cross‐cultural.
During the next decades, as marketers enter new international markets, an understanding of how culture influences consumer behavior will be crucial for both managers and consumer researchers. This article presents a framework that integrates and reinterprets current research in cross‐cultural consumer behavior.
Consumer behaviour consists of actions, reactions, and responses in relation to the products bought and services sought.
Factors such as personality, perception, attitude, and learning on the one hand and the product, price, physical attributes, advertising and societal influence on . John has served as President of the Society for Consumer Psychology and has published over 50 articles in journals including the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the Journal of Consumer Psychology, the Journal of Applied Psychology, and the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing.