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Assessment Information
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Assessment 1 Information

Subject Code: BUS106
Subject Name: Marketing Principles
Assessment Title:
Length:
Consumer Decision - Making Process Chart
One Page
Weighting: 25%
Total Marks:
Submission:
25
Online via Turnitin
Due Date: Week 5

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Assessment Description
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The purpose of this individual assignment is to develop your skills in understanding the consumer
decision-making process and its importance to marketers. This will enable you to apply marketing
theories and concepts to a ‘real world’ business situation.

Choose a product that you are interested in buying, something that you have never bought before.
Apply the BUS106 theories and concepts to identify and
iefly explain your behaviour at each
step of the consumer decision - making process. More specifically, you are to consider the
following points:

1. Identify and analyse your need and want that led to the purchase of the product.
2. Conduct an internal and external information search and identify sources used to make an
informed decision to buy the selected product.
3. Construct Evoked Set, Inept, Inert and Avoided Set of alternatives and na
ow down the
attributes of the product that satisfies your need and want.
4. Identify and examine available purchase methods.
5. Identify potential post-purchase behaviour, and outline how a company that sells your
selected product can minimise cognitive dissonance.

Your final task is to create a chart depicting each of the steps of the Consumer decision-making
process. In preparing your process chart, you will need to include images and any other visual aid
that supports your analysis. You are required to reference at least 5 sources of information. These
may include corporate websites, government publications, industry reports, census data, journal
articles, newspaper articles, and textbook material.

Your document MUST follow a professional structure:
Assignment Coversheet (Signed)
Consumer decision-making chart (One page, no more)
Reference List (you must apply Harvard Referencing Style)


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BUS106 Assessment Marking Ru
ic – Consumer Decision - Making Process Chart 25%

Criteria NN (Fail)
0 - 49
P (Pass)
50 - 64
CR (Credit)
65 - 74
DN (Distinction)
75 - 84
HD (High Distinction)
85 -100

Theory
Application


Your chart does not
satisfactorily identify
and apply relevant
BUS106 theories and
concepts

Your chart partially
identifies and applies
some relevant
BUS106 theories and
concepts

Your chart satisfactorily
identifies and applies
elevant BUS106
theories and concepts

Your chart strongly
identifies and applies
elevant BUS106 theories
and concepts

Your chart clearly and
thoroughly identifies and
applies relevant BUS106
theories and concepts

Data
Analysis


Your analysis lacks
depth, and your
interpretation is not
elevant to the
assessment criteria

You have analysed
some market specific
information, although
your interpretation is
not always relevant to
the assessment
criteria

You have analysed most
of the market specific
information required by
this assessment


You have analysed and
interpreted accurate
market information


You have analysed and
interpreted accurate and
specific market
information

Chart Format






The format chosen for
your chart lacks thought
and consideration for
the intended audience

The format chosen for
your chart is
satisfactory, but major
improvements would
enhance its
effectiveness

The format chosen for
your chart is appropriate
ut quite a few
improvements would be
needed for a
professional audience

Your chart is professionally
presented and has been
submitted in a format that,
with some tweaks, could
e suitable for a
professional audience


Your chart is
professionally presented
and has been submitted
in an entirely appropriate
format



Feedback and Grades will be released via Turnitin

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Identify and analyse your need and
want that led to the purchase of the
product.
Conduct an internal and external infor-
mation search and identify sources
used to make an informed decision to
uy the selected product.
Construct Evoked Set: Inept, Inert and
Avoided Set of alternatives and na
ow
down the attributes of the product that
satisfies your need and want.
Identify and examine available pur-
chase methods.
E.g.: Personal Income; Credit Cards;
Personal Loans; Home Loans; Lease
Agreement/Rent Agreements
Identify potential post-purchase behav-
iour, and outline how a company that
sells your selected product can mini-
mise cognitive dissonance.
Internal Information Search:
E.g.: By searching your memory, you
can
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Solution

Karan answered on Apr 12 2020
145 Votes
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I am
planning
to buy
eats headphone with wireless Bluetooth connectivity and battery efficiency

To make informed decision, internal and external sources of information can be used
Fast charging, real time audio cali
ation, long battery life and lightweight
Personal income is the method
which I can use to make the purchase
of headphone
The cognitive dissonance can be minimised by
eats
by providing wa
anty on
head
phone and convenient after sale service
Internal sources includes my values, beliefs, knowledge and perception
External...
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