TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 42(5)

Factors motivating male consumers’ eco-friendly apparel acquisition in the South African emerging market
Hanri Taljaard, Nadine C. Sonnenberg, Bertha M. Jacobs

Independent decision making of adolescents regarding food choice
Amy McKeown, Roy Nelson

Gender effects on consumers’ symbolic and hedonic preferences and actual clothing consumption in the Czech Republic
Elena Millan, Len Tiu Wright

Financial service providers: Does it matter if banks don’t behave ethically?
Zoe Patterson, Morven G. McEachern

Propensity to plan, financial capability, and financial satisfaction
Jing Jian Xiao, Barbara O’Neill

Neighbourhood influences on organic buying
Carlos Martínez-de-Ibarreta, Carmen Valor

Parental work status and children’s dietary consumption: Australian evidence
Naser A. Alsharairi, Shawn Somerset

Food consumption, lifestyle patterns, and body mass index of a group of white South African students
Annemarie T. Viljoen, Esther van der Spuy, Gerrie E. du Rand

Food literacy competencies: A conceptual framework for youth transitioning to adulthood
Joyce Slater, Thomas Falkenberg, Jessica Rutherford, Sarah Colatruglio

Communicating nutrition information at the point of purchase: An eye-tracking study of shoppers at two grocery stores in the United States
Mike Bartels, Katherin Tillack, Chung-Tung Jordan Lin

Spend as I say, not as I do: Children, families and household consumption in different socio-economic contexts
Raquel B. Ribeiro, Jaime R. S. Fonseca, Isabel Soares