TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 32(3)

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International Journal of Consumer Studies 

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Guest Editorial: Themed issue: consumer issues in credit and debt
Margaret Griffiths [Publisher]

Consumer credit and monetary policy in Malaysia
Salina Hj. Kassim, Turkhan Ali Abdul Manap [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer attitudes towards debt in an islamic country: managing a conflict between religious tradition and modernity?
Alhassan G. Abdul-Muhmin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Chronic consumer debtors: the need for specific intervention
Maureen Townley-Jones, Margaret Griffiths, Mary Bryant [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Store cards: is it a matter of convenience or is the facility used to sustain lavish consumption?
Alet C. Erasmus, Kethuswegape Lebani [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Loyalty, naivety and powerlessness among Norwegian retail bank customers
Lisbet Berg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer bankruptcy in Utah (USA): who files and why?
Jean M. Lown [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

General Issue

Teenager-peer interaction and its contribution to a family purchase decision: the mediating role of enduring product involvement
Nibrass Hajtaieb El Aoud, Sabrina M. Neeley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Health promoting schools: integrated practices to develop critical thinking and healthy lifestyles through farming, growing and healthy eating
Liz Lakin, Michael Littledyke [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer knowledge and its consequences: an international comparison
Liang Guo, Xiangyu Meng [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of time preference and credit card usage in compulsive buying behaviour
Pamela S. Norum [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ knowledge on sizing and fit issues: a solution to successful apparel selection in developing countries
Anne Mastamet Mason, Helena M. De Klerk, Jaqui Sommervile, Susan P. Ashdown [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Looking at Gen Y shopping preferences and intentions: exploring the role of experience and apparel involvement
P. Sullivan, J. Heitmeyer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Short-term impact of a voluntary health intervention on overall vs. preventive healthcare consumption
Leigh J. Maynard [Publisher] [Google Scholar]