Consumer ethnocentrism and tendencies to protect Wisconsin-made cheese products
Research paper utilizing the CETSCALE
Consumer loyalty is built on culturally rooted perceptions that a particular brand or product is better than any other brand or product. There is limited research on cultural and regional taste preferences that affect consumer purchasing intentions for local cheese versus cheese made elsewhere. Despite the abundant literature on country of origin and ethnocentrism as a cue in consumer decision making attributes, there is a need to address distinctions of consumer ethnocentrism toward locally sourced agricultural food products.
Using an adapted CETSCALE, our research was conducted in the State of Wisconsin USA and explored socioeconomic influences toward buying and protecting locally produced cheese products from cheese products produced in foreign countries or elsewhere in the USA.
Journal of Leadership Studies-Symposium Piece-Relational Leadership: Perspectives of Key Constructs on Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Equity in Higher Education
American Psychological Association Conference-Utilizing Clinical Hypnotherapeutic Intervention with CBT to Treat Pandemic-Aug. 13-2021 Symptomology