TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40(4)

Consumers’ subjective and objective consumerism knowledge and subsequent complaint behaviour concerning consumer electronics: a South African perspective
Suné Donoghue, Chanelle van Oordt and Nina Strydom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Vulnerability of the unbanked: evidence from a developing country
Sohail Kamran and Outi Uusitalo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

From quantity to quality: understanding slow fashion consumers for sustainability and consumer education
Sojin Jung and Byoungho Jin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investigating psychosocial determinants in influencing sustainable food consumption in Italy
Marco Vassallo, Maria Luisa Scalvedi and Anna Saba [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer identity and marketing implications: Indian urban youth
Deval Kartik, Rob Willis and Cassie Jones [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consuming apart, together: the role of multiple identities in sustainable behaviour
Jos Bartels and Machiel J. Reinders [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The determinants of households’ repayment difficulties on mortgage loans: evidence from Italian microdata
David Aristei and Manuela Gallo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Environmental activism and consumers’ perceived responsibility
Arminda Paço and Ricardo Gouveia Rodrigues [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Young adults’ consideration of their food choices a propos consequences for their future health
Hennie Fisher, Alet C. Erasmus and Annemarie T. Viljoen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Food appearances in children’s television programmes in Sweden
Steingerdur Olafsdottir and Christina Berg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Convenience food consumption in the Nordic countries and St. Petersburg area
Nina Kahma, Johanna Mäkelä, Mari Niva, Elena Ganskau and Vera Minina [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The behavioural intentions of specialty coffee consumers in South Africa
Kelsey van der Merwe and Tania Maree [Publisher] [Google Scholar]