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Abstract

By referring to Means-End-Chain-Theory, we identified personal values as the actual buying motive. Since these values vary according to the consumer’s cultural background, it is expected that culture-specific values lead to culture-specific consumption patterns. To verify this proposition, we conducted laddering-interviews using the example of wine in a German-Ukrainian comparison. As expected, consumers differ with respect to their purchasing motives.

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