TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 43(1)

Editorial: International Journal of Consumer Studies: for January 2019
Katherine Hughes

Australian migrants’ social cultural adaptation and consumption behaviour towards food and alcohol
Denni Arli, Jeawon Kim, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Aaron Tkaczynski

Sustainability marketing at the farmers’ market: An ethnographic analysis of ambiguous communication
Benjamin Garner

Professional financial advice, self-control and saving behavior
Fen Liu, Tansel Yilmazer, Cäzilia Loibl, Catherine Montalto

Pension Freedom Day in the United Kingdom: Early evaluation of consumer response
Cäzilia Loibl, Barbara Summers, Simon McNair, Wändi Bruine de Bruin

Effect of consumer self-confidence on information search and dissemination: Mediating role of subjective knowledge
Utkarsh, Sunanda Sangwan, Pallavi Agarwal

Understanding fashion communication between Korean middle-aged mothers and daughters
Soozin Park, Yun Jung Choi, Yuri Lee

The food neophobia scale and young adults’ intention to eat insect products
Giovanni Sogari, Davide Menozzi, Cristina Mora

Effects of financial education on sound personal finance in Korea: Conceptualization of mediation effects of financial literacy across income classes
Jiyeon Son, Jooyung Park

Consumer acceptance of delivery drones in urban areas
Rabeel Khan, Sadaf Tausif, Ahmed Javed Malik

Measuring responsible financial consumption behaviour
Dajana Barbic, Andrea Lucic, James Ming Chen

Exploring the environmental, personal and behavioural factors as determinants for university students’ food behaviour
Marie Marquis, Annie Talbot, Amélie Sabourin, Chantal Riopel