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Media involvement and consumer attitude formation towards digital advertising

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  • Laura Salciuviene
  • Chip E. Miller
  • James Reardon
  • Tomas Mikoliunas
  • Kelvin Lee
  • Kenneth E. Miller
Publication date3/07/2017
Host publicationAcademy of Marketing Conference AM2017 Proceedings
Place of PublicationHull
PublisherAcademy of Marketing
ISBN (Print)9781527212718
Original languageEnglish


Using a modified Elaboration Likelihood Model, product involvement, media
involvement and their interaction are hypothesized to effect attitudes toward digital
advertising (i.e., banner ads). Specifically, media involvement is predicted to directly
affect attitudes toward banner ads as well as moderate the effect of product involvement
on attitude towards the banner ad. Product involvement, in turn, will have a direct
effect on attitudes toward banner ads and intent to purchase.