Badri Munir Sukoco
Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Airlangga University

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INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN PARTICIPATIONS OF A BRAND COMMUNITY: A VALIDATION OF THE GOAL-DIRECTED BEHAVIOR MODEL Badri Munir Sukoco
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 5, No 2 (2011): October 2011
Publisher : Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

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Previous studies have been neglected the behavior of the owners who are non-members when discussing brand community (BC), even though they are substantially larger. This study purposely discuss what are the differences between the two by using model of goal directed behavior (MGB) and uses the findings as a way to recruit non-members in BC activities. This study also proposes some refinements to the original concept of MGB. This survey-based study, conducted with 201 active members and 226 non-members of a motor club in Indonesia, employs structural equation modeling methodology which supports the proposed model. The findings suggest that non-members have a stronger effect of positive anticipated emotions on attitude and desire to participate, which could be the starting point for marketers to recruit them. While for non-members, the perceived behavioral control and attitude toward BC activities have greater effects. The findings and discussion lead to some managerial and research implications.