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Humor, Brand Transgressions, Brand Trust
This work builds on extant research on humor and brand transgressions to demonstrate that the use of humor in brand communication strategies reduces brand attitudes after a transgression. A set of six studies, including a quasi-field study and a field study, show that the use of humor reduces brand trust after a transgression, which in turn, reduces brand attitudes.
Lteif, Lama, "When Humor Hurts: The Detrimental Effect of Humor on Brand Attitudes After a Brand Transgression" (2018). CUNY Academic Works.
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