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Loyalty as Defined in the Odyssey - Loyalty, as defined in the Odyssey seems to be the constant devotion to someone, the hopefully longing of their return and victory. Homer seems to value loyalty over many of the other human traits, as Eumaeus gets not only Homer’s famous “you” but his own book as well. The swineherd is not the only character that Homer uses to show loyalty, Penelope and Telemachus show unyielding faithfulness to Odysseus throughout the epic poem; as do many other characters even gods. Homer demonstrates the value he places on loyalty through the use of these characters with their devotion to Odysseus....   [tags: Loyalty, Odyssey, ] 936 words
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What is Customer Loyalty? - Introduction Customer loyalty according to Loyalty Research Centre (2014) “can be defined as customers continuing to believe that one organisation’s product/service offer remains the best option. It meets their value purchasing decision”. Consumer Loyalty (2014) breaks this definition down to its simplest form by stating, “Consumer loyalty is all about attracting the right customers, getting them to buy, buy often, buy higher quantities and bring even more customers”. They go on to list five ways in which loyalty can be built (see figure 1)....   [tags: Loyalty Research Center, Product, Service]
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Training for Customer Loyalty: Pal’s Training Case Study - Training for Customer Loyalty “Training is the systematic acquisition of skills, rules, concepts, or attitudes that result in improved performance” (Goldstein & Ford, 2002). Pal’s Sudden Service has focused their hiring practices on hiring the right people first, providing the best training possible and reinforcing training everyday. The investment in training has much more to do with the company other than low errors, reduced customer wait times, which lead to high customer satisfaction. The focus on training reduces employee turnover....   [tags: costumer satisfaction, profitability, loyalty]
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The Concept of Loyalty - Stated by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “a feeling of strong support for someone or something “, Loyalty is a feeling universal to everyone. Whether it is loyalty to a relationship, or friendship, self loyalty, or loyalty to a team we all experience the “quality or state of being loyal” (Merriam-Webster). Loyalty in every aspect is significant in a relationship or friendship. When we think of being loyal in a relationship a hefty amount of situations comes to mind. Keeping confidences in our companion unquestionably, any information that is private should be kept permanently confidential....   [tags: friendship, relationships] 864 words
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Leadership and Loyalty - “Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence” (Colin Powell). Striking the manifesting ideals of loyalty in English Literature reflects a strong sense of character in the tales of Beowulf, Hamlet, and King Arthur. Bound to the history of the medieval times, their loyalty to their people, church, and effect on modern day chivalry has made a large impact. The medieval times were always known for their concepts of knights, castles, the feudal system, and the chivalry that has been passed down through many generations that has created various stories....   [tags: kighthood, leader, gentleman, feudal system]
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Electronic Loyalty vs. In-Store Customer Loyalty - E-Loyalty v Traditional In-Store Customer Loyalty: Has the maturity of online retailing influenced customer loyalty online in favour of offline retailing. Literature Review   Introduction The purpose of this literature review is to explore the current literature based on customer loyalty towards online stores, also known as ‘e-loyalty’, in comparison to the traditional in-store ‘offline’ method. Relevant literature will be evaluated and concluded based on whether online retailers have taken over the traditional shopping method and consumer’s loyalty is now referred to as e-loyalty, based on the favour of online shopping....   [tags: online, offline retailing, behavior] 1477 words
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The Role of Loyalty in The Odyssey - Intro: There are a wide variety of themes present throughout the Odyssey, written by Homer. Be it hospitality, perseverance, vengeance or power of the Gods, loyalty is truly the theme that brings the whole book together. Being 10 years after the Trojan War, many have forgotten about Odysseus and his men as they constantly brave what the gods throw their way. This essay will be talking about Odysseus and Penelope’s mutual loyalty to one another, the loyal relationships between Gods and men and finally, the loyalty Odysseus’ men show for him until death....   [tags: Homer, Literary Analysis] 1045 words
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Loyalty in Love in The Time of Cholera - When one thinks of loyalty, they usually conjure up an image of a dog and his master; the dog, following and doting on its master, willing to give up its life to protect him. In the book, “Love in the Time of Cholera” written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, many examples of Loyalty are shown. The book starts out with the character Dr. Juvenal Urbino finds out that his friend, Jeremiah de Saint- Amour has committed suicide and left Dr. Urbino a letter with his final instructions. Dr. Urbino dutifully skips out on Mass to make sure his friend’s final wishes are fulfilled....   [tags: Gabriel Garcia Marquez] 802 words
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The Conflict Between Loyalty and Greed - Themes are often used to portray a deeper character insight. In Shakespeare’s King Lear, many themes seem to reflect a character’s values based off their decisions and actions. Specifically, these are conflicting themes of loyalty and greed, where the characters have mutual relationships between each other but oppose each others’ morals. This is seen through Cordelia and her sisters; Regan and Goneril, and their treatment towards their father, Albany and his brother in law Cornwall’s dealings regarding King Lear and Gloucester and lastly, Edgar and his half brother Edmund, with the actions towards their father, Gloucester....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]
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An Analysis of Loyalty and War - ... The Civil War itself was a clear example of how far loyalty something could affect people and even a country. The South had been mistreated by the North and many were ready to leave the union and form a new country but there were also those who did not want a war. Even the commander of the confederate army had wished to avoid war "I hope, therefore, that all constitutional means will be exhausted before there is a resort to force."(496) most people would be reluctant to wage war with a country they once called their own....   [tags: American Civil War] 762 words
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Antigone: The Theme of Family Loyalty - The notion of honor and justice is prevalent throughout all types of literature. In Greek culture, honor is essential for creating a solid foundation within a society and family. Honor will follow you until the day you perish, and beyond. The honor for men in Greece is spiritual in that loved ones show respect to the deceased by giving them a proper burial. Nevertheless, when a man acts upon betrayal of the city, that man looses the privilege to die in such honor. This is evident in the life of Antigone when her two brothers, Polyneices and Eteocles, both die at each other’s hands at war when deciding the ruler of Thebes....   [tags: Sophocles’ Antigone]
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Loyalty in Romeo and Juliet - Romeo and Juliet- Loyalty Loyalty plays a big part in Romeo and Juliet. Ties of loyalty are woven throughout the play, binding certain characters together. The main theme is the feuding families of Romeo and Juliet that holds an “ancient grudge” against each other: the Montague’s and the Capulet’s. Romeo’s family and friends despise Juliet’s family, the Capulet’s, and as the play progresses you will find them defending each other in the face of an enemy. Romeo and Juliet have to defy their parent’s expressive wish not to see each other, and accept the consequences of their forbidden love....   [tags: Shakespeare, Literary Analysis] 484 words
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The Knightly Code of Loyalty - The Knightly Code of Loyalty is reflected in the modern book Breaking Dawn and the modern movie A Bug's Life. In Breaking Dawn, loyalty is reflected through Jacob Black who remains loyal to his wolf pack, the Cullens, Bella, and his true love, Renesmee. Loyalty is the feeling of devotion one holds for ones country, creed, family, and friends(dictionary.com). It is remaining faithful to what you believe in. In King Arthurs time, the knights followed strict rules of chivalry, honor, bravery, and loyalty....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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The True Value of Loyalty - ... One of the book's most important quotes is “For you a thousand times over” (67, 371) which Hassan says to Amir, then later Amir himself repeats it to Sohrab. This is the sentence that Trinter 2 drives Amir through his long journey to find his better self. Without Hassan and his endless loyalty constantly in the back of his mind, Amir could not have completed his journey to do what he should have a long time ago. He should redeem himself while his best friend is still alive, or even while they were children....   [tags: Hosseini's The Kite Runner]
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Advantages of Maintaining Employees' Loyalty - In the past 20 years, the technology has been improving as well as the behavior of human. Another change that has been significant enough in the workforce is the generation. Since the baby boomers is reaching the retirement ages, the workforce changes its face. During the change of the pace there are many issues regarding the younger generation. Though, the unprepared new labor force brings another issues to the most company. As the new age begin, the company is struggling with the high demand of spending and low output level from the employees....   [tags: motivation, rewards and punishment]
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Bad Burning and Family Loyalty - “Barn Burning” and Family Loyalty William Faulkner’s narrative “Barn Burning” highlights one of the most complex humanistic behaviors that has endured the test of time and is still relevant today. All cultures throughout history have placed an emphasis on familial loyalty to some degree or fashion and for the majority of people the bonds shared with those to whom one is directly related to are perhaps the most sacred and binding relationships in a person’s lifetime. One’s immediate family plays a strong and direct role in shaping and molding individuals into who they are and what they will become in the future....   [tags: William Faulkner's narrative, literary analysis]
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Review: Loyalty and Legislative Action - ... This set the stage for the Lusk Committee in 1919-1920, which clearly degenerated quickly into a good old fashioned witch hunt, that as Chamberlain asserts, “violated almost every canon of responsible conduct....ranged recklessly of individual rights...with wanton disregard for such fundamentals as separation of powers and due process of law.”(203-04) Chapter two looks into the events of the 1930's in the Empire State. Lawmakers passed the 'Ives Loyalty Oath Law' in 1934, that specifically required teachers and school administrative personnel to swear they were not members of the communist party, nor advocated communism or other ideals subversive to American democracy....   [tags: New York state legislature]
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Loyalty in "King Lear" - Loyalty is being faithful to commitments and obligations. On the other hand there are many ways to display loyalty. One can be loyal to a person, political party, country, religion, or cause. The list is seemingly endless. William Shakespeare’s play King Lear exhibits many forms of loyalty, but one that shines particularly is loyalty to ones selfish needs. However there is a limit to loyalty which most over look. The characters Cordelia, the emotional King Lear, and the vile Edmund all manifest their loyalty to their own self, and all meet their demise....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature] 1084 words
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Loyalty by Yulia Drunina - ... Reading this, people can assume that she is attached to Russia with every fiber of herself. The mood that Yulia wants the reader to feel is sadness mixed with a bit of joy in the beginning. Throughout the poem she describes place she lives in as a peaceful place fading away through time. She wrote something that would translate to “Even if you disappear or change into something else, I will still always be attached to your old self.” This makes the reader feel the sadness of leaving something you are so attached to (Drunina, 1946)....   [tags: poem report and analysis]
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Factors Influencing Customer Loyalty - Research shows that one of the biggest challenges nowadays for the organisations operating in the restaurants and service industries is to provide and maintain the satisfaction of their customers and ensure the brand loyalty (Mumel & Snoj, 2007). It is important for a company to understand what is expected of the company from a customer perspective, and the level to which the company is meeting this expectation. There are two themes that must run parallel to each other when delivering a quality service (Szwarc, 2005)....   [tags: brand, satisfaction, service] 3173 words
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IKEA and Loyalty Cards - ... Kamprad experimented withadding restaurant to the store so that customers could relax and refresh when shopping. The restaurant was hit and, it became an integral feature of all IKEA stores. In 1965, IKEA opened its first store in Stockholm. By now, IKEA was generating the equivalent of $ 25 million and hadalready opened a store in neighboring Norway. IKEA experimented with a self service pick upsolution, allowing shoppers to enter the warehouse, load flat packed furniture on to trolleys and then take them through the checkout....   [tags: cost effective, home products] 1156 words
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Customer Loyalty - The Customer loyalty has been a major and unanimously acknowledged as a valuable asset in competitive markets according to Srivastava, Shervani, & Fahey, 2000. As a result, it becomes more important to give power to in loyalty panel particularly when the consumers faces very low switching or moving cost to other product or service, because they are not locked in by a contract (Shapiro & Vivian, 2000). It is also become important in competitive markets due to availability of more lucrative and easily available options....   [tags: Business, Customer Relationship Management ] 2200 words
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The Nature of Loyalty - The Nature of Loyalty In the play King Lear, Shakespeare presents the reader with many negative views of society, and of human nature. One of the few bright spots in the play is Kent, a very loyal and honest man. Through Kent and his actions, Shakespeare shows the reader the nature of true loyalty. Kent's nature is evident from the very first time he talks to Lear. Lear has begun to detail his disappointment in Cordelia, and announce that he will not be providing her with a dowry. Kent interrupts Lear's speech with a cry of "Good my liege" (Shakespeare 17)....   [tags: English Literature Essays] 671 words
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Customer Loyalty - Introduction Consumers have many choices when air travel is required. Therefore, to be the consumer’s first choice, a company must do everything in their power to gain customer loyalty. Southwest Airlines is a leader in creating customer loyalty, progressing to creating customer evangelists. The four leading factors in creating this customer loyalty are durability, affordability, customer relations, and corporate citizenship. The first two, durability and affordability, speaks to the economic concerns of the consumer, while customer relations and corporate citizenship speaks to the psychology or experience of the consumer....   [tags: Southwest Airlines, Airline Industry]
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Customer Loyalty and Customer Satisfaction in a Hotel - Customer satisfaction index 1. Safety: Personal safety, Protection safety and Storage safety 2. Convenient: Help unload luggage, Quick checkout, Alternative way of consumption and appropriate reimbursement bills 3. Private: Quiet rest environment, Secret receive a visitor and Hidden gifts distribution method 4. Respect: Initiative to say hello, Call the office and Help them call a car, etc. Customer loyalty: Customer loyalty related to the degree of customer satisfaction, it is a quantitative concept....   [tags: hotel manager, safety, storage] 1949 words
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Loyalty in Animal Farm by George Orwell - ... Furthermore Atticus is so devoted that he is stabile to Tom’s case even though the threats from the community continue to pour forth and become more intense. The point of view, being narrated by Scout in first person allows the reader to see the loyalty portrayed from the perspective of an innocent little girl. This is important because had it been from the perspective of someone else the reader would not have been able to experience the effect it had on Atticus from a first hard perspective of his daughter....   [tags: communism, rebellion] 1336 words
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Student and Stakeholder loyalty of East Memorial - East Memorial is an elementary school consisting of grades K through fifth. The school is a part of Weld County School District Six (WCSD 6). The following information will identify how WCSD 6 and East Memorial Elementary School (EMES) build and keep stakeholders loyalty. This is an important part of any school organization. According to Baldrige, one organizational goal should be “…achieving such a degree of loyalty that the student or stakeholder will advocate for your organization and your programs and services” (2012, p.39)....   [tags: Education]
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Theme of Loyalty in Homecoming and The Hunger Games - Loyalty is like glue, since it keeps the camaraderie in a relationship intact. If someone breaks the loyalty, then that trust and camaraderie are damaged as well. But yet, one can remain loyal without sacrificing one’s needs or desires. Examples of this have often appeared in modern day literature. For example, take the Tillerman siblings from Cynthia Voigt’s novel, “Homecoming.” In this novel, the oldest sibling, Dicey, has to take care of her three younger siblings after their mother deserted them in a mall parking lot....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Family and Loyalty in 17th Century Plays - Family and loyalty are popular themes in literature and are often the focus of plays. While at first glance, Moliere’s Tartuffe and Racine’s Phèdre seem different, considering that the first one is a comedy and the second is a tragedy, at its heart, the two plays have very similar family structures and their stories are driven by loyalty or the absence of it. Even though the plays introduce two families that are centuries apart, Phèdre takes place in the Antiquity, while Tartuffe is set in the 17th century, yet both of these families are patriarchal and immense loyalty surrounds the two fathers....   [tags: marriage, decisions, feelings] 810 words
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Study Design for Customer Loyalty to Restaurants - A methodology is written to ensure that the findings created from a study are reliable and valid to ensure that the correct research instruments are utilised (Marczyk et al., 2010). The purpose of this chapter is to detail the process of this study to achieve the aim and objective using a combination of primary and secondary research methods. It is found that a large range of literature regarding the topic of brand loyalty and customer satisfaction. However, there is a shortage of literature within the specific fast food industry....   [tags: satisfaction, plan, research] 5680 words
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Customer Loyalty Program: Chapter 1 - ... 2. What is the customer behaviour towards the loyalty program in terms of: 2.1. Discount; and 2.2. Loyalty Card. 3. What is the level of customer loyalty on shopping malls; 4. Is there any relationship of customer program to customer loyalty on shopping malls; and 5. Is there significant difference in the customer loyalty when evaluated according to their profile. HYPOTHESES Ho1The null hypothesis of the study was tested at 0.05 level of significance states that there is no significant difference in the customer programs to the customers’ loyalty when evaluated according to their profile....   [tags: problem and its setting] 2283 words
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Improving Loyalty Program Efficiency and Differentiation - Introduction Theoretical, managerial, and empirical knowledge are investigated in order to improve loyalty programme efficiency and differentiation. To understand how economic, hedonist, relational, convenience, informational rewards increase or decrease customers’ perceived program benefits with loyalty based on individual shopping reference. From the loyalty programmes, the members may value from monetary and non-monetary rewards. This research is to investigate the influence of consumer’s action towards loyalty programmes....   [tags: rewards, intrinsic, economic] 703 words
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The Enduring Loyalty, Love, and Compassion of Eumaios - ... At this point, Eumaios does not know the true identity of the “wanderer.” He thinks the person merely needs his assistance. Not even knowing the person’s background, Eumaios benevolently invites the stranger into his home to give him food and shelter. In this same book, when the Odysseus beggar goes to sleep, “His own host threw over him / a heavy blanket cloak, his own reserve / against the winter wind” (616-8). Eumaios simply regards the needs and comfort of his guest over that of his own, as he thoughtfully places his cloak on the Odysseus beggar and decides to brave the cold winter weather....   [tags: Homer's Odyssey, character analysis]
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Characters, Loyalty, and Violence in Hinton's The Outsiders - ... Johnny and Ponyboy make it to the church without being seen, they clean the church up a little bit so that they could have a place to lay at night because it was filled with broken glass and had rats everywhere. Johnny and Ponyboy spend the whole week smoking cigarettes, eating baloney and going around the grocery store to kill time until they heard back from the other boys that everything is ok and they can go back home with them. Dallas comes a week later to Johnny and Ponyboy and tells them that everybody knows about the murder that happened at the park between the Socs and the Greasers and that they will fight tomorrow night (Hinton 51)....   [tags: character and story analysis]
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British Women: An Example of Modesty and Loyalty - Women in the United Kingdom have fought very long to get their rights respected and accepted in general throughout history. The women of today that are known as leaders and preachers of human rights of today, took a very long path of walking towards tolerance, freedom, fair and equal treatment. Discrimination was a major issue back in the sixteenth century, and there was a very big difference put between the men and the woman. Females had absolutely no right of owning anything. They just lived to satisfy their husbands and take care of the family household....   [tags: protection of rights, human rights] 1110 words
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Factors Affecting Customer Loyalty Programs - In 2012, Boonying Kongarchapatara & Randall Shannon in their paper, ‘Investigating the Effectiveness of a Loyalty Program Through the Relationships of Program Design, Implementation, and Customer Loyalty’ emphasize on the factors which affect the customer loyalty programmes through their design and implementation phases. The study focusses that a well-designed structure of the loyalty program helps in gaining a strong hold on customer loyalty and makes a positive impact on the minds of the customers....   [tags: relationships, management, marketing] 1703 words
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Loyalty Of Employee - Different cultures place varying values on loyalty to the employer. In some countries, most notably in Asia, there is a high degree of loyalty to one company. However, in most European countries and the United States, loyalty at ones employer is not highly values; instead it is considered more rational and reasonable for an employee to change jobs whenever it is warranted to achieve the optimal overall career. Both of these positions have advantages and disadvantages. In cultures that value loyalty to the employer, a kind of family relationship seems to develop between employer and employee....   [tags: essays research papers] 336 words
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Importance of Loyalty in the Epic of Gilgamesh - Loyalty in The Epic of Gilgamesh The ancient Mesopotamian writing, The Epic of Gilgamesh, gives readers insight into the traditions and customs of the people who wrote it. Like all epics, The Epic of Gilgamesh is the story of a heroic national figure: this epic gives the story of the life of Gilgamesh from his birth as two-thirds god, one-third man to his death. Throughout the epic the importance of loyalty is addressed. In The Epic of Gilgamesh readers see that loyalty is the most important aspect of a Mesopotamian relationship and that there are always consequences for violating trust....   [tags: Epic Gilgamesh essays] 575 words
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An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas - An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas Murder, corruption in government, religious zealotry, and revenge of scorned lovers are themes that run rampant through many Greek dramas. However, in the plays Medea, written by Euripides, and Antigone, written by Sophocles, such themes reach an almost unprecedented levels. The plays follow women driven to extremes by what she feels is great injustice. The two women, after whom the plays are named after, fight against the offense and demand respect from the men they deal with....   [tags: Greek Play Drama] 1820 words
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How to Sustain Customer Loyalty towards Brands - The cut throat competitive era has put every company on its guard. They are well aware of the fact that customers tend to be very disloyal. The focus on the customer retention and loyalty has been increased because companies are realizing the dire importance of customer loyalty and they are focusing more in retaining the customers (Hill & Alexander, 1996). According to Kumar and Shah (2004) the brand loyalty is one of the most widely studied marketing concepts by the researchers and it is also the most implemented marketing initiative by practitioners....   [tags: Business, Marketing]
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Loyalty Shown In The Odyssey - Loyalty to family, community, and the gods is an important quality in the lives of ancient Greek citizens. These qualities are clear demonstrated in The Odyssey through Penelope, Telemakhos, and Odysseus. Penelope shows her loyalty in several ways. She shows loyalty to Odysseus by waiting for his return for twenty long years. She did not choose a suitor until she knew for sure that Odysseus was dead. To delay the decision of choosing a suitor, Penelope said she would marry a suitor after she had finished weaving her shroud....   [tags: essays research papers] 478 words
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Fate, Loyalty, and Law in Antigone - Fate, Loyalty, and Law in Antigone The play Antigone by Sophocles is a play like no other. There are three major themes or ideas which have a very important role in the play. The first major theme is fate, on how the play comes about and the turn of events that come about throughout it. Another main theme or idea is the pride the characters have and their unwillingness they have to change their minds once they are set on something. The last major theme is loyalty and the practical problem of conduct involving which is a higher law between the divine laws and those of the humans....   [tags: Papers] 1568 words
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Loyalty Card Proposal by Waitrose - Loyalty Card Proposal by Waitrose In an industry where the players are generally ranked by their size, Waitrose has established itself as a leader - not on the basis of mass but of quality. Other supermarket giants have gone for volume; Waitrose has targeted quality and choice. The products they offer are of high quality and this is reflected in the prices which tend to be higher than other supermarkets such as Tesco's. The variety on the shelves reflects the demanding tastes of the Waitrose shopper who the company promotes itself to, and includes a huge choice of wines, But there are keenly priced essentials, too, for the budget-watching household....   [tags: Papers] 847 words
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Building Loyalty With Web 2.0 - Building loyalty with Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is changing the way audiences interact with travel brands. User generated content [UGC] and social network sites such as Flickr, Youtube, and Yahoo Trip Planner are reshaping audience expectations and experiences. The authority figure is no longer the travel agent or the media - it is now the audience. Welcome to Travel 2.0. In the Travel 2.0 era, the power is shifting. In a Travel 2.0 environment, travel brands now need to meet and match their online audiences expectations and requirements with appropriate, engaging, entertaining, and targeted experiences....   [tags: Internet] 1410 words
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Challenging the Notions of Loyalty in State of War by Thomas Conlan - ... Depending on how this word is translated, a phrase such as “battle chusetsu” can come to mean either battle loyalty or battle service. In this case it is actually best translated as battle service, as this and others similar, such as wound chusetsu and the chusetsu of being victorious in a skirmish, are phrases frequently found in a warrior’s petition for reward. The petition for reward is a document including all of the damage a warrior has suffered plus the honorable acts in which he should be rewarded for, such as how many opposing warriors he has killed or taken prisoner....   [tags: samurai, integrity, status]
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Love or Loyalty - Original Writing - Love or Loyalty - Original Writing ‘Be quiet Margaret. I am trying to read!’ Robert bellowed, as he pondered over the reason for Margaret’s newborn unruliness. He was almost tempted to put her in her place at once, yet he decided necessary though it may be, it was not something that was to be rushed. ‘Get me a drink Margaret, Scotch.’ Robert barked eager to gain control once again. Margaret on the other hand hobbled off nervously, she feared that this might happen yet she knew better than to protest....   [tags: Papers] 1313 words
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Varying Degrees of Loyalty in Julius Caesar by Shakespeare - Loyalty is a very complex emotion in which a person or animal feels devotion and faithfulness to something or someone. A dog has loyalty to others. Its owner may accidentally slam a door on it, and it will still be loyal to its owner. A cat has loyalty to itself. If its owner pets it wrong, the cat will attack. Dogs and cats show differentiating loyalty, and so do the characters in William Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar. Loyalty is a main theme in the play, with each character showing it differently....   [tags: Manipulation, Trustworthy]
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The Theme of Loyalty Reflected in Books and Movies of Today - Acts of loyalty were very important in the times of King Arthur and the middle ages. Loyalty is still reflected in the movies and books of today. The book Summer Sisters, by Judy Blume (Summer Sisters), and the movie My Sister’s Keeper, directed by Nick Cassavetes (New Line Cinema) are two excellent examples of how loyalty is portrayed. Knights during the middle ages were very chivalrous. Chivalry is the behavior expected of noblemen during Medieval Times, demanding honor, generosity, loyalty, and courage (Answers)....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Allegiance and Loyalty to Totaltarian Society in The Anthem by Ayn Rand - Totalitarian societies include government control over every part of life of the people in that society. The government often has a ruler who is a dictator and has absolute control over the public and private life of the citizens. The leaders of these societies, both real and fictionalized, enforce the rule that children have to live apart from their families because they want loyalty and allegiance to the government, collectivism among the people, and the practice of eugenics. Allegiance to the government is the most important factor in totalitarian societies because it helps dictatorial leaders manipulate the people of the society....   [tags: governement, eugenic, collectivism] 629 words
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Telecommunication Industry: The Bond Between Loyalty of Customers - ... Relationship Marketing Relationship marketing is sustaining as well as enhancing the relationship of customer and this can be used when the customer has options of choosing competitive alternative products and there is never- ending request for the commodity or the accommodations. in the accommodation industry, such as the telecommunication sector, such kind of strategies play an essential part in order to enhance the retention. In marketing, customer relations should be translated into availaing and loyal customers....   [tags: e-banking, customer´s need, business] 1348 words
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Loyalty in Julius Caesar - A Question of Loyalty in Julius Caesar Loyalty defined means faithfulness to one's friends, country, ideals, etc. What should one do when these loyalties conflict with one another. One would have to choose. A choice that can make or break a man, which I believe broke many men in the play Julius Caesar. One did not know who was friend or foe. One's dearest friends actually your foes. Not possible, is it. Yes, it is. That is the story of Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar, a great, noble man....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays] 847 words
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