The Antecedents and Consequences of Defensive Attributions in Product - Harm Crises


This study examines the defensive attribution hypothesis in the context of a product-harm crisis. A high severity product-harm crisis results in more blame to the company and less blame to the consumer than does a low severity crisis, although this attributional pattern is more evident when the crisis is associated with an unfamiliar brand. A model then… (More)


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