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Use of hedonic scales among Chinese, Koreans, and Thais

Lue-Lih Yeh

Use of hedonic scales among Chinese, Koreans, and Thais

by Lue-Lih Yeh

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consumers -- Asia -- Attitudes.,
  • Food preferences -- Asia.,
  • Food -- Sensory evaluation -- Asia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lue-Lih Yeh.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 leaves, bound ;
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15534393M

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All respondents evaluated sample pairs using 9-point hedonic scales translated directly from English into their respective languages. Each respondent evaluated various foods on the 9-point Use of hedonic scales among Chinese scale and chose the most preferred among sample pairs.

Food samples were selected to cover the full range of hedonic ratings for each :// In this study, three hedonic scales were compared, including the widely-used 9-point hedonic scale, the LAM scale, and an point category scale using the LAM’s verbal anchors as category Koreans Feng et al.

[38] used directly translated versions of the 9-point hedonic scales to study the differences between labeled and numerical versions of the 9-point scales among American, Chinese, Thai 'words_only'_and_'numbers.

Yeh et al. () noted that with the 9-point hedonic scale, Koreans, Chinese and Thais tended to use a smaller range of scores on the scale than Americans. Prescott (Prescott ; Prescott et al. ), comparing Japanese and Australian consumers, concluded that they both used the 9-point hedonic scale in a similar fashion, yet he did not   For example, for the 9-pt hedonic scale (Peryam & Pilgrim, ), Yeh et al.

() reported that Chinese, Koreans, and Thais used a smaller range of the scale than Americans, and similar differences between Koreans, Japanese and Americans were also found by Yao et al.

Yeh LL. Use of hedonic scales among Chinese, Koreans, and Thais. MS thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA () Google Scholar   The Basic Law of Hong Kong states that English and Chinese are the two official languages of Hong Kong. During the British colonial era, English was the sole official language until As the majority of the population in Hong Kong are descendants of migrants from China's Canton Province, the vast majority speak standard Cantonese or other Yue Chinese varieties as a first language, with   China Tops the PISA Results.

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Mothers changed the amounts of emotion words and teaching techniques to meet children's need, depending on children's age, gender, and verbal ://   Until recently, East Asia shunned globalism.

Economically advanced and yet ethnically homogeneous, the region seemed to show that modernity can co-exist with the traditional structures of family, kinship, ethny, and nation. We can be more than just individuals in a global marketplace.

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Therese Chinese Catholic School),市长向圣德力小学所取得杰出教育成就表示祝贺,他强调教育是 ?nid= In addition, the Koreans’ familiarity with soju, with an alcohol level of around 20% ABV, has led to a preference for strong red wine, especially among wine consumers aged 30 to As this segment of the population is used to eating fiery dishes with soju, they expect a similar sensation in the mouth from wine, and may prefer a tannic A 2 x 4 factorial design (cultural dyads x levels of cultural adaptation) is used to investigate the effect of cultural adaptation on attraction, outcomes, perceived compliment, and perceived trustworthiness when Americans sell to Japanese and Thais.

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Personality dispositions such as extraversion, neuroticism, and self-esteem can markedly influence levels of SWB. Although personality can explain a significant amount of the variability in SWB, life circumstances also Measuring shopping values of Malaysian retail consumers Measuring shopping values of Malaysian retail consumers Jeannot Abdul Karim; Mukesh Kumar; Sofiah Abd Rahman Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to verify the measurement scale of shopping values in the Malaysian context.

Both hedonic as well as utilitarian shopping value measurement scales were tested for their