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Beiraghipanah E, Askari A, Naami A, Rousta A. Presenting a local marketing model with emphasis on consumers' attitudes in order to buy Iranian products with a customer information behavior approach. Human Information Interaction 2020; 7 (2)
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Department of Business Management, Lamerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Lamerd, Iran.
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Background and Aim: Considering the importance of customer behavior, the purpose of this study was to present a local marketing model with emphasis on consumers' attitudes to purchase Iranian products with a customer information behavior approach.
Research Method: The method was grounded based theory. Data collection was done through semi-structured interviews. Population consisted of managers and supervisors of Pars Khazar Company. Sample included 14 senior managers and supervisors and sampling had been done in two dimensions of theoretical sampling and snowball sampling. The basis for concluding the interviews was theoretical saturation.
Findings: Results show the extraction of 38 codes or basic concepts from interviews, 38 core categories and 20 main themes  which is in the form of a paradigm model including:  Consumer attitudes toward service innovation, cultural component and social component as  title of central category and causal conditions (knowledge, skills and marketing), contextual factors (advantages of brand attitude functions, social responsibility and attitude towards Iranian products), intervening conditions (sources of power, learning-based empowerment, communication model, Customer Relationship and Consumer Nationalism), Strategies (Corporate Communications, Comprehensive Brand Attitude Strategy Planning, Creativity, Innovation, Public Relations, and Advertising) and Consequences (Intensity of Competition, Resources, Perception of Brand Attitude, Credibility, and Evaluation of Consumer Attitudes) From the expansion of the brand name.
Conclusion: The results was used as a first phase in examining consumers' attitudes in buying Iranian products. Also, applicable to consumer behavior experts as well as prominent academic professionals with a scientific background in marketing management. Based on the results, courtesy to official’s knowledge and skills in   marketing would provide favorable conditions to improve consumers' attitudes toward Iranian goods.
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