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For instance, compulsive buying can have severe ﬁnancial consequences for the consumer and his or her family. 61 Other behaviors of concern include stealing, buying or selling through black markets, and underage drinking or smoking. 10 Advertisement for Recycling Companies, consumers, and the environment can beneﬁt from recycling. well. Key ethical issues are whether companies should advertise to children, whether marketing efforts promote obesity, whether advertising affects self-image, and whether marketing invades consumers’ privacy.
Some companies have changed their 18 PAR T ONE • An Introduction to Consumer Behavior marketing voluntarily, whereas others have waited until legislators, regulators, or advocacy groups forced them to make changes in their marketing. Finally, research on disposition behavior has the potential to aid recycling programs and other activities related to environmental protection, as discussed in Chapter 18. Marketing Implications of Consumer Behavior As you learn about consumer behavior, you may wonder how marketers use different consumer behavior concepts and ﬁndings.
93 Research shows that consumers have complicated reactions to pricing. 95 When buying multiple units of a service for one bundled price (such as a multiday ski pass), consumers may not feel a great loss if they use only some of the units because they have difﬁculty assigning value to each unit. 96 According to research, how much consumers will pay for a given item can even be affected by the price of unrelated products they happen to see ﬁrst. 97 Finally, studies indicate that consumers have differing perceptions of what a product is worth, depending on whether they are buying or selling it.