TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 36(6)

Robertson’s model: a framework for exploration of World War II conservation consumption policy influence on fashion in the US
Lauren Dalton, Pauline Sullivan, Jeanne Heitmeyer and Ann DuPont [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Understanding consumption behaviours for fair trade non-food products: focusing on self-transcendence and openness to change values
Yoon Jin Ma and Hyun-Hwa Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The algebra of health concerns: implications of consumer perception of health loss, illness and the breakdown of the health system on anxiety
Gillie Gabay and Howard R. Moskowitz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Italian consumer awareness of layer hens’ welfare standards: a cluster analysis
Riccardo Vecchio and Azzurra Annunziata [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘Blame it on marketing’: consumers’ views on unsustainable consumption
M. Teresa Pereira Heath and Andreas Chatzidakis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does expert trust and factual knowledge shape individual’s perception of science?
Montserrat Costa-Font and José M. Gil [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sustainability seen from the perspective of consumers
Daniel Hanss and Gisela Böhm [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Can food calorie be an index for poverty in a rural economy? An extrapolation from farm households in Ogun State, Nigeria
Idris A. Ayinde, Dare Akerele, Samuel A. Adewuyi and Moshood O. Oladapo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The interplay of culture and situational cues in consumers’ brand evaluation
Yongjun Sung, Sejung Marina Choi and Jhih-Syuan Lin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Promotional efforts of muscadine wines and muscadine-related products: the case of southern United States wineries
Abel Duarte Alonso [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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