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The impact of social media on consumer acculturation: Current challenges, opportunities, and an agenda for research and practice

Hatice Kizgin, Bidit L. Dey, Yogesh Dwivedi Orcid Logo, Laurie Hughes Orcid Logo, Ahmad Jamal, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Bianca Kronemann, Michel Laroche, Lisa Peñaloza, Marie-Odile Richard, Nripendra P. Rana, Rene Romer, Kuttimani Tamilmani, Michael Williams

International Journal of Information Management, Volume: 51, Pages: 102026 - 15

Swansea University Authors: Yogesh Dwivedi Orcid Logo, Laurie Hughes Orcid Logo, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Michael Williams

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The concept of acculturation has been based on the assumption of an adaptation process, whereby immigrants lose aspects of their heritage cultures in favour of aspects of a host culture (i.e. assimilation). Past research has shown that acculturation preferences result in various possibilities and in...

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ISSN: 0268-4012
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description The concept of acculturation has been based on the assumption of an adaptation process, whereby immigrants lose aspects of their heritage cultures in favour of aspects of a host culture (i.e. assimilation). Past research has shown that acculturation preferences result in various possibilities and influence consumption behaviour. However, the impact of social media on consumer acculturation is under explored, although the social purpose and information sharing online is utilized for a variety of social purposes. Recent studies have shown the transformation from an offline to an online context, in which social networks play an integral part in immigrants’ communications, relationships and connections. This study merges the views from a number of leading contributors to highlight significant opportunities and challenges for future consumer acculturation research influenced by social media. The research provides insights into the impact of social media on consumer acculturation.
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