STAY AWAY FROM ME: Examining the Determinants of Consumer Avoidance of Personalized Advertising

This study attempts to identify the potential determinants of advertising avoidance in the context of personalized advertising media, including unsolicited commercial e-mail, postal direct mail, telemarketing, and text messaging. Using a self-administered survey (n = 442), the proposed model is tested with structural equation modeling analysis. The findings indicate that while ad skepticism partially mediates the relationship between ad avoidance and its three determinants (perceived personalization, privacy concerns, and ad irritation), both privacy concerns and ad irritation have a direct positive effect on ad avoidance. However, increased perceived personalization leads directly to decreased ad avoidance. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

Publication: 
Journal of Advertising
Author: 
Baek, Tae Hyun; Morimoto, Mariko
Document Type: 
Research
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