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URN etd-0217114-113623 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 848 times. Download 4 times. Author Yu-hsin Cheng Author's Email Address No Public. Department Management Business Administration Year 2013 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language Chinese&English Page Count 130 Title THE IMPACT OF NEED OF UNIQUENESS AND SELF-MONITORING ON LUXURY PURCHASING BEHAVIOR Keyword luxury need of uniqueness need of uniqueness luxury Abstract Although Taiwan is in a state of recession, but with improved caution of quality
of life , the need of people is gradually growing , and the consumption of luxury
goods has significantly improved. With young people join the ranks of luxury
purchase, they helped the growth of luxury consumption. Early studies had found
many factors that impactd purchasing behavior of luxury goods, but less in the study
in the purchasing behavior of luxury of young people. With the data collected from
university students, this study intends to explore the factors that affect student's
purchasing behavior of luxuries. The factors include need of uniqueness,
self-monitoring , social function attitude, and purchase behavior.
This study used questionnaires to collect data online. A total of 229 valid
questionnaires returned were analyzed with SPSS 18.0 and AMOS 18.0. The results
show that Need of Uniqueness has a positive impact on the Social Function Attitude.
Social Function Attitude toward Purchase Behavior has a positive impact. However,
there is no significant impact from self-monitoring to social function attitude and
gender was not a moderator in this study.
Keywords: Need of uniqueness, Self-Monitoring, Social-function attitude, Purchase
Advisor Committee Hao-erl Yang - advisor
Jaw-shin Su - co-chair
Pi-chuan Sun - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2014-01-15 Date of Submission 2014-02-17