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An example of an idiosyncratic experience is, for example, you reading a certain magazine. For marketing purposes, we cannot hope to deal with experiences at this level. It is more feasible to try to identify common or shared experiences that cut across people 30 and apply to a wide variety of media products. We can seek to deal with readers of the top 100 magazines, for instance. For these readers, we can try to identify experiences that are common in the sense of being similar, though certainly not exactly the same, across readers and magazines.
This classification of experiences provides a framework for identifying the breadth of experiences that may underlie media engagement. 4). 4 Levels of Experience Description Every individual’s experience is idiosyncratic to herself and the specific object of that experience. An example of an idiosyncratic experience is, for example, you reading a certain magazine. For marketing purposes, we cannot hope to deal with experiences at this level. It is more feasible to try to identify common or shared experiences that cut across people 30 and apply to a wide variety of media products.
Or it may be that congruence accentuates intrusion. Clearly, further research along these lines is needed. It does seem clear at this point, however, that the intrusion factor should be of real concern to marketers. And, not surprisingly, 59 this concern should perhaps be greater for TV than for other media. One interesting finding in this regard comes from the work of Bronner and Neijens (2006). They had people report both media experiences and their experiences with advertising for different media.