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But students of marketing should be aware of a pattern of knowledge that is beginning to take shape. 1 shows some of the many influences that go to shape a person’s needs and responses. 5 is part of this picture. There are a number of ‘models’ of the way buyer behaviour operates. The simplest is the ‘economic model’, related to the perfect competition theory outlined in Chapter 1. It takes the view that people act in a purely rational way to optimize the satisfactions gained from their expenditure, bearing in mind cost on the one hand and value on the other.
When The Hidden Persuaders was published in 1957, however, public attention was more aroused than ever. Packard heavily documented his argument that two-thirds of America’s largest advertisers had geared their campaigns to a depth approach, using strategies inspired by what was called motivation analysis. Consumers were seen as bundles of daydreams with hidden yearnings, guilt complexes and irrational emotional blockages. Using research techniques that were designed to reach the subconscious mind, it was hoped that advertising would mass-produce customers for the corporations just as the corporations mass-produced products.
However, the matter goes much further than the question of buying and selling. Businesses are now increasingly expected to exercise ‘social responsibility’ in all their actions. For example, some of the sports shoe manufacturers came under fierce criticism for employing cheap labour from Asia. Quite apart from any legal requirements, it is no longer acceptable for a business to be carried on in a way that pollutes the environment or causes excessive noise – things that a few years ago would have been regarded as ‘necessary evils’.