1Univerzitet Crne Gore, Fakultet za sport i fizičko vaspitanje (Nikšić, Crna Gora) 2Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Fakultet za sport (Novi Sad, Srbija) 3Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, ACIMSI (Novi Sad, Srbija)
ATTITUDES OF SERBIAN CONSUMERS TOWARD ADVERTISING THROUGH SPORT WITH REGARD TO THE FREQUENCY OF PURCHASING SPORTING GOODS
STAVOVI SRBIJANSKIH POTROŠAČA PREMA REKLAMIRANJU U SPORTU U ODNOSU NA UČESTALOST KUPOVINE SPORTSKIH PROIZVODA
Sport Mont 2015, XIII(43-44-45),
Unlike other advertising mediums such as TV commercials or online advertising, people involuntarily receive sport advertisements; they prefer to watch the game for the sporting action than the regular advertisements (Pyun, 2006; Pyun & James, 2009). However, it is important to analyse their general attitudes among various questions, mostly due to the reason it varies from demographic group to demographic group (Popović et al., 2011). Hence, this research was aimed at gaining relevant knowledge about the attitudes of Serbian consumers toward advertising through sport among the question how often consumers purchase sporting goods. Methods: The sample included 127 respondents, divided into six subsample groups: onsumers who do not purchase sport goods at all, then consumers who purchase sport goods less than ones a month, next 1–3 a month, 4–6 a month, 7–9 a month, as well as consumers who purchase sport goods more than 10 times a months. The sample of variables contained the system of three general attitudes which were modeled by seven-point Likert scale. The results of the measuring were analyzed by multivariate analysis (MANOVA) and univariate analysis (ANOVA) and Post Hoc test. Results: Based on the results it was concluded that significant differences occur at multivariate level, as well as between two of three variables at univariate level (p=.05). It is interesting to highlight that most of potential consumers (n=99) have recognized themselves in two categories: as consumers who purchase sport goods less than ones a months and one to three times a months, while there were no diffrences among the groups. Discussion: If we take a look into previous investigations, it is interesting there are some opposite results (Popović, 2011), and the recommnedations for further research are directed to spead out the sample a little bit more, mostly due to the reason the consumers who had a more negative attitudes were in the group that didn’t purchase the sport goods at all (Popović, 2011).
Popovic, S., Matic, R., Milasinovic, R., Hadzic, R., Milosevic, Z., & Bjelica, D. (2015). Attitudes of serbian consumers toward advertising through sport with regard to the frequency of purchasing sporting goods. Sport Mont, XIII(43-44-45), 262-269.
Popovic, Stevo, Matic, Radenko, Milasinovic, Rajko, Hadzic, Rasid, Milosevic, Zoran, and Bjelica, Dusko. "ATTITUDES OF SERBIAN CONSUMERS TOWARD ADVERTISING THROUGH SPORT WITH REGARD TO THE FREQUENCY OF PURCHASING SPORTING GOODS." Sport Mont, vol. XIII, no. 43-44-45, 2015, pp. 262-269.
Popovic, Stevo, Matic, Radenko, Milasinovic, Rajko, Hadzic, Rasid, Milosevic, Zoran, and Bjelica, Dusko. "ATTITUDES OF SERBIAN CONSUMERS TOWARD ADVERTISING THROUGH SPORT WITH REGARD TO THE FREQUENCY OF PURCHASING SPORTING GOODS." Sport Mont XIII, no. 43-44-45 (2015). 262-269.