Some Consumption Orientations Associated with Propensity to Complain
Consumers' propensity to complain is investigated in relation to psychographic, demographic and personality variables, based on data from an exploratory survey. Results tend to confirm propositions previously advanced in the literature suggesting sensitivity to potential monetary and (especially) non-monetary costs as a major deterrent to complaining. Implications for research and marketing practice are considered.
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