TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 38(3)

The effects of traffic light labels and involvement on consumer choices for food and financial products
Larissa S. Drescher, Jutta Roosen and Stéphan Marette [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring the social value of organic food: a qualitative study in France
Sandrine Costa, Lydia Zepeda and Lucie Sirieix [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer consumption intentions of smaller packaged snack variants
Collin R. Payne, Mihai Niculescu and Chet E. Barney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Towards conscientious food consumption: exploring the values of Czech organic food consumers
Lukas Zagata [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ reactions to food scares
Magdalena Niewczas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ interest in learning about cooking: the influence of age, gender and education
Anthony Worsley, Wei Wang, Sinem Ismail and Stacey Ridley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer laundry practices in Germany
Anke Kruschwitz, Anja Karle, Angelika Schmitz and Rainer Stamminger [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Theory-based approach to factors affecting ethical consumption
Jong-Chul Oh and Sung-Joon Yoon [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A processual theory of green identity formation: the case of young environmentalists in Australia
L. Chamila Roshani Perera [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Analysis of the promotion of cigarettes at the point of sale and its attractiveness to children
Inês Pereira and Tânia M. Veludo-de-Oliveira [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Costs, culture and life decisions: analysing the factors that influence enrolment in master’s level education in Germany
Danielle Silvester, C[a WITH DIAERESIS]zilia Loibl and Jutta Roosen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]