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Gender role identity and dating behavior what is the relationship

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The framework presented suggests that two variables that have an important influence and have not been examined in the literature are gender and culture. INTRODUCTION Ongoing relationships between firms and their customers are receiving renewed interest in marketing (Sheth and Parvatiyar 1995).

These relationships are discussed under the paradigm of relationship marketing which refers to all the marketing activities directed toward establishing, developing and maintaining successful relational exchanges" (Morgan and Hunt 1994 p.22).

ABSTRACT - This paper presents a conceptual framework that proposes gender identity and culture as variables that impact on the success of a relationship marketing strategy when dealing with business-to-consumer relations.

A number of authors have suggested that firms should adopt both transactional and relational strategies for different customers (Berry 1995; Anderson and Narus 1991).

We argue that research focusing on business-to-business relationships is likely to be male dominated and deal with male-male relationships.

Under what circumstances is a transactional strategy more appropriate?

Similarly, most research in consumer relationship marketing is based on theoretical frameworks developed in western cultures, primarily the U. It is quite possible that the benefits received, or their importance, in firm-consumer relationships may be very different when considered in other cultural contexts.

This paper fills a gap in the current thinking about how to identify consumers who are more likely to engage in relational behavior by considering these missing links.

They argue that consumers who prefer discrete transactions feel stressed and manipulated by firms that attempt to engage them in relationships.

This is because companies may not be targeting the right consumer (Reichheld 1993), or not evaluating the consumer’s relational orientation (Fournier et al., 1998).