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    Factors affecting british expatriates' adjustment in Thailand 

    Yanida Siamwalla (Assumption University, 2013)

    Building on literature relating to expatriate adjustment, this study attempted to identify factors that affect individualistic expatriate responses to cross-cultural adjustment in a collectivist culture. This study examines empirically the degree to which 387 British expatriates have adjusted themselves in terms of interaction, general/cultural and work adjustment in Thailand. It also analyzes the expatriates' adjustment antecedents which are personal factors, work related factors and cultural factors. Multiple regression ...
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    The relationship between price deals, perceived quality, and brand equity for a high involvement product 

    Rachata Rungtrakulchai (Assumption University, 2013)

    This study aimed to investigate the impact of price deals and perceived quality on the brand equity in the context of brand knowledge and brand associations. This study extends the previous litera- ture on brand equity by focusing on how a consumer perceives brand in high involvement products. Eighteen face-to-face interviews were conducted to identify the product category for a high involvement product. Three hundreds and eighty-six sets of questionnaires were usable and completed. The findings supported that price deals ...
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    The influence of customer experience on behavioral response in lifestyle centers in Bangkok 

    Amornrat Pattarakitham (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of customer experience on consumer behav- ior towards lifestyle centers in Bangkok using the Stimulus-Organism-Response (S-0-R) model. In addition, the influences of the stimuli such as mall environment, customer-to-customer interaction, and mall tenant mix (variety), on behavioral response (revisit intention and desire to stay) were found in this study. A self-administered questionnaire was employed to collect data from customers who had visited lifestyle centers in Bangkok ...
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    Impact of perceived service on brand image and repurchase intentions of Thai passengers towards low cost carriers 

    Shanyalak Sangkatat Na Ayutthaya (Assumption University, 2013)

    Since the application of the Open Sky Policy in 2002, Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) have been gaining a progressive market share in Thailand. However the numbers of academic researchers in this field are limited, the researcher hence focused on Thai passengers traveling on LCCs to explore new knowledge. Based on a comprehensive literature review, the conceptual model investigated whether the perceived service quality affects airline brand image and repurchase intention of Thai passengers was developed and tested in LCCs sector. ...
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    Modeling adoption intention of online education in Thailand using the extended decomposed theory of planned behavior (DTPB) with self-directed learning 

    Bussagorn Leejoeiwara (Assumption University, 2013)

    This study aimed to explore the determinants of online education adoption based upon the ex- tended Decomposed Theory of Planned Behavior with self-directed learning attributes. Quantitative research method was employed for data collection from a sample of 542 students in Thailand. Data was analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Results showed that all four main variables based on the extended DTPB with self-directed learning were significantly related to adoption intention. How- ever, perceived relative advantage and ...