Samples of English and Hungarian members of the public who stated that they sometimes visited art galleries were questioned about: (i) their perceptions of the quality of the artwork of various countries; (ii) their levels of ethnocentrism; and (iii) their personality traits and socio-demographic characteristics.
Linkages among these variables were explored together with possible connections between the respondents’ views of the reputation of a particular nation’s artwork and their intentions to visit exhibitions that featured artwork from that country.
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Kottasz, R., Bennett, R. The impact of ethnocentrism on perceived reputation and emotional liking of artworks: A comparative analysis. Int Rev on Public Marketing 2, 9 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02893254
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