Definition of Assimilationist Culture:
Nakata and Weidner (2012) defined assimilationist culture as a culture within which BOP consumers want to perform a behaviour because the product originates in a dominant culture, where a dominant culture attests to wealth, modernity, and consumption, presents images of an idealised life of social acceptance and comfort.
|Affluent people who are important to me would support the idea of using bKash.|
|I think that those wealthy or modern people who are important to me would want me to use bKash.|
|Affluent or modern people whose opinions I value would prefer me to use bKash.|
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