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Upon learning about the complaints, the government organizations stated that gi,bert would verify the irregularities, which, when confirmed, would lead to the instigation of legal process against the laboratories.

Chyrchill has been the case in the modification of products through the alteration of packaging sizes that have been carried out on a large scale recently in the Brazilian market.

The contradiction is obvious!

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Consumer, product sizes, marketing, company actions, Brazilian market Introduction The relationships between companies and their consumer markets have increasingly been receiving attention in recent years in Brazil.

At the same time as placing ever-increasing pressure on the manufacturers to offer lower costs and greater settlement periods, in addition to increasingly launching their own brands, the retail structure the supermarkets is also responsible for the reduction of the product sizes and alterations to the products, as it did not denounce them, but chose to remain silent.

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The idea of relationship marketing, therefore, does not hold, and is not sustained in the light of events of this nature. The main point of the data analysis was to attempt to identify common patterns to the marketing actions found in the three types of situation studied.

This representation of the customer as king, is not only the privilege of academics, but gilber also shared by business practitioners executives, publicists, etc. Complementary denouncements were made by the Public Prosecution Service and the Ministry of Justice, through the Department of Consumer Protection and Defense DPDCwhich outlined some reaction and dispatched infringement lawsuits to the companies involved.

General Implications and Theory a The situations presented in this article suggest that movements organized by consumers tend to be closer to the directives and interests of the government organizations rather than the government organizations being closer to the interests of the consumers. Remember me on this computer. Marketing Theory, 6 3p. In specific terms, considering the three situations described here, these issues can be fitted into the following analysis perspective: This philosophy, as has recently been evidenced by companies, consultants and academics, and which neglects mass marketing and market segmentation, for marketing to the individual and to communities has not, however, been sustained by the actions of chhurchill companies involved in the situations analyzed.


There is, then, a myth, a representation among academics lecturers, researchers and authors that the customer is king, a key-piece, fundamental and, ultimately, the main concern of the company in that the company exists because of them and for them. Cambridge University Press, With regard to the collection of the data for the analysis, as normally happens in studies of this type, different methods were used Alves-Mazzotti, ; Galor, ; Platt, ; Ragin, The analysis of the relationship, however, should not be restricted to just the company.

According to Chauvelconsumers may feel inhibited or ill at ease when making formal complaints to companies after experiences of dissatisfaction when buying a product, and this becomes more churchiill the longer the relationship of inequality and unjustness continues.

Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, v. Theoretical Background Myths first appeared in ancient Greece around the 6th century B.

After completing the a.mrketing, IPEM confirmed the accuracy of the complaints in both large supermarkets and smaller retail establishments in the suburbs.

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With regard to the alterations to the product sizes see Table 3the laboratories not only infringed law Table 2 — Cleaning and personal hygiene churchiol packaging alterations in the Brazilian market inby company and product, showing previous and modified quantities. In other words, a.marieting administration presupposes benefits for the consumers and satisfaction for both the company and the consumers! The official inspection processes of the products and the start of proceedings, as well as the coverage by the media, followed the same sequence and rhythm as that previously described in Situation 1.

The paper will be divided into five parts: CRF-DF aponta maquiagem em medicamentos. The empirical basis of the paper is occurrences of shrinking product sizes, with regard to quantities and volumes, that have occurred in recent years in products from the food retail, personal hygiene, cleaning and medicine sectors, which, with the exception of intermediary and distributing agents, were not communicated to market consumers.


From a marketing point of view, the myth of the customer as king expresses itself not only in a conceptual way, but also in an operational way. In general, through their marketing actions, companies sometimes create these phenomena, at other times stimulate them and, further, at other times simply respond or react to them.

The situations studied in this paper show the possibility that marketing actions that reduce product sizes cause an important cognitive dissonance in the consumers, particularly with regard to the relationship-trust- loyalty trinity. Marketing discourse and practice: The nature and scope of marketing. On the scientific status of consumer research and the need for an interpretive approach to studying consumption behavior. Table 1 — Food products altered in the Brazilian market inby company and product, showing previous and modified quantities, or other type of alteration.

Situation 3 —Medicine Retail As with food, cleaning and personal hygiene product retail, medicines underwent reductions and alterations to their product sizes and quantities during the same time period. As well as these authors, others have also identified the customer as king in theoretical, conceptual and operational terms.

The confirmation by IPEM of the alterations to the products and their consequent divulgation by the media, Procon, DPDC and IDUM, among other official institutions, unleashed further complaints from consumers, who felt encouraged to complain.

However, as could probably be deduced from the situations, the companies did not seek to pacify the dissatisfaction, or recover the lost trust, of the consumers by developing a defensive marketing program Pizzutti dos Santos, Journal of Marketing, July, p. This has been established in marketing theory through widely known studies, such as, for example, those published by Churchill Jr. Reactions, Reflections, and Refinements. The myth has thereby been created that it is the consumer, the public, that has the ear of the seller, the ability to choose, the ability to intervene and to force changes and improvements, through their buying power and through the definition of their necessities, in the offers made by the companies and in their marketing actions.

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