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Muslim customer’s shopping experiences in multicultural retail environment

Purpose This study aims to understand better the impact of intercultural communication, social environment and personality on customer satisfaction and post-purchase stage in retailing from Muslim customers’ perspective. In this endeavour, this study illustrates the unique context of intercultural c... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Islamic marketing 2019-02-22, Vol.10 (1), p.336-356
Main Author: Ihtiyar, Ali
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Publisher: Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited
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title: Muslim customer’s shopping experiences in multicultural retail environment
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  • Customer services
  • Decision making
  • Ethnicity
  • Hypotheses
  • Influence
  • Intercultural communication
  • Marketing
  • Multiculturalism & pluralism
  • Muslims
  • Perceptions
  • Religion
  • Researchers
  • Shopping
  • Society
  • Studies
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description: Purpose This study aims to understand better the impact of intercultural communication, social environment and personality on customer satisfaction and post-purchase stage in retailing from Muslim customers’ perspective. In this endeavour, this study illustrates the unique context of intercultural communication to highlight several improvements contributing towards the advancement of intercultural communication literature. Design/methodology/approach This research adopted a survey approach where 450 questionnaires were obtained among selected grocery retailers in Klang Valley, Malaysia. The measurement of the constructs and their interrelationships were examined based on partial least squares structural equation modelling (PLS-SEM). Findings The findings partially validated the proposed framework with statistically significant relationships among all constructs. Furthermore, it exposed additional insights into some practical and conceptual solutions for addressing intercultural communication of religiously and culturally diverse service encounters in the Malaysian grocery retail industry. These contributions postulated an impetus for future research in various service settings. Originality/value Based on the theories, this study assessed the role of the social environment and personality of grocery retail customers on intercultural communication competence (ICC). It also examined the impacts of ICC on inter-role congruence and interaction comfort. It is anticipated that by filling this knowledge gap, the research assisted in strengthening retail communication strategies, which require intercultural communication adjustments in a multicultural business environment. ICC is expected to improve the retail industry’s competitiveness when it positively influences inter-role congruence and interaction comfort among customers.
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