Measuring attitude towards advertisements

Sanesh, P V, Ahuja, V and Abidi, N (2022) Measuring attitude towards advertisements. International journal of health sciences. pp. 2211-2226. ISSN 2550-6978

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Attitude towards advertising is recommended as a valid and significant predictor of advertising outcomes such as consumers' ad engagement, brand attitude, and purchasing behaviour. In the past, the major models developed and determinants used for evaluating attitudes toward advertisements  were influenced by the early consideration that advertisement generally means television commercials. Recent reports have confirmed a paradigm shift in media consumption habits of consumers from traditional media to digital media for their entertainment, information, and social needs. Presumably, based on evolved media consumption patterns, these may change in the title, order, and magnitude of cognitive factors associated with attitude towards advertisement, thus necessitating new combinations of factors for attitude evaluation. This study presents a detailed review of articles related to attitude toward advertisement in general and specific media, intended to identify and suggest a new comprehensive model for determining the attitude towards advertisement. The meta-analysis of 86 data points indicated that the usage frequency and relevancy of some cognitive factors are more significant, and some factors can be clubbed together.

Affiliation: Skyline University College
SUC Author(s): Abidi, N
All Author(s): Sanesh, P V, Ahuja, V and Abidi, N
Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Advertising, Attitude, Comprehensive Model, Determinants, Precedents.
Subjects: A Business and Management > AP Marketing
Divisions: Skyline University College > School of Business
Depositing User: Mr Veeramani Rasu
Date Deposited: 06 Jul 2022 05:49
Last Modified: 06 Jul 2022 05:49
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