2005 Proceedings Consumer Behavior
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2005 ITAA Proceedings #62

Annual Conference, Alexandria, VA, USA

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Consumer Behavior track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.

2005 Consumer Behavior

Belleau, B., McFatter, R., Summers, T., and Xu, Y. (2005). Fashion Involvement of Affluent Female Consumers.
Burnsed, K. A., and Dyer, C. L. (2005). Multicultural Consumerism: US Home Furnishings Expenditures.

Chen-Yu, J. Secok, Y.K. and Hong, K.H. (2005). Adolescents’ Clothing Motives and Store Attribute Criteria: A Cross-national Comparison Study.

Crosby, M., Kim, S., and Hathcote, J. M. (2005). Conference differences in student football game day attire.

Dillard, A., Chen-Yu, J. and Norton, M. (2005). Role of Clothing Symbolism in Female Adolescents’ Clothing Behavior.

Dutton, K., Cassill, N., and Istook, C. (2005). Market Research: targeting Ages 15-25 for Apparel Product Development Using Non-Traditional Fabrics.

Dyer, B. and Yu, L. (2005). Gen Y Consumer Perceived Value towards Sports Apparel.

Dyer, C., Chi, T., Nelson, N., Dyer, B. and Kilduff, P. (2005). Analysis of the Chinese B2C Online Market: Challenges and Opportunities.

Eckman, M. Hellegard, K. H., Sakarya, S., Borja, M. A. G., and Descals, A. M. (2005). Is standarization a viable strategy for international apparel specialty retailing?: An examination of Spanish, Turkish, and U.S. Consumers’ behaviors and perceptions.

Forney, J., Crutsinger, C., and Forney, B. (2005). Using the Theory of Reasoned Action to Explore Peer Self-Esteem, Peer Normative Influence, and peer Fashion Influence as Predictors of Adolescent Fashion Intention and Fashion Behavior.

Gam, H., Chung, S., and Farr, C. (2005). Impact of Bobos Men’s Lifestyle in their Knitwear Preference.

Goughnour, K. and Dyer, B. (2005). Hedonic Shopping Experiences of the Older Consumer.

Guthrie, K., Reamy, D., Regni, R. (2005). The Feminization of Male Shopping Habits and their Impact on the Fashion.

Guthrie, M., Kim, H. and Jung, J. (2005). Brand perceptions of Facial Image Related to Cosmetics Usage.

Ha, Y. and Lennon, S. (2005). The Effect of Satisfaction with Local Shopping Condition on Internet Apparel Shopping Behavior among Rural Consumers.

Halstead, K. and Dyer, B. (2005). American Generation Y Females: A Comparison of the Anglo/Hispanic Fashion/Style Selection Process.

Harben. B. and Kim, S. (2005). Political Opinion Leadership and Attitude toward Fashion Advertisements with Political Content.

Jacobs, B., deKlerk, H., van Heerden, C.H. (2005). A Socio-Cognitive Model for the Online Decision-Making of Consumer to Adopt the Internet for Purchasing Apparel.

Karpova, E. and Nelson, N. (2005). Apparel Shopping in a Post-Socialist Market: Experiences of Russian Consumers.

Kim, E. and Forney, J. (2005) Exploring Model of Information Search behavior for Online Clothing Purchases: Cross-National Differences between American and Korean Consumers.

Kim, H. (2005). Hedonic Shopping Motivations and Evaluation of Store Attributes.

Kim, H. and Kean, R. (2005). Use of Fashion Discourses as a mechanism to Understand Young Korean College Women’s Social Identity Construction.

Kim, J., Fiore, A. M., and Lee, H. (2005). Consumer Online Retailer Patronage Behavior Model: Impact of image Interactivity Technology on Consumer’s Perception of Store Environment.

Kim, J., and Muske, G. (2005). Analysis of Internet Buyers’ Behavior by the Product Types: Experience and Search Goods.

Kim, M. and Lennon, S. (2005). Effectiveness of Managerial Responses to Stockouts on Consumer Response.

Kim, J., Kim, M., and Lennon, S., (2005). Information Components of Apparel Retail Websites: Task Relevance Approach.

Kincade, D. and Gibson, F. Y. (2005). Shopping for Apparel Products – Wait-Time and Mass Customization.

Lee, H. and Kim, M. Y. (2005). Cosmetic Purchasing Behavior Differences Depending on Make-up Preference Image.

Lee, K. and Yoh, E. (2005). Gendered Perception of Fragranced Textile Products.

Lee, M. and Johnson, K. P. (2005). Effects of Ethnical Philosophy on Perception of Unethical Clothing Shopping Behavior: A Comparison between U.S. and Korean Consumers.

Lee, S. and Good, L. K. (2005). The differences of Hedonic and Utilitarian Consumers’ Intention to Purchase Organic Products: Examination of Behavioral Intentions Model.

Lee, S. and Jang, Y. (2005). Effects of Fashion Advertisements on Consumer Attitudes in Mobile Commerce.

Lehew, M. (2005). Using the Dialogue Method to Cultivate a Global Perspective.

Lennon, S., Johnson, K. P., Damhorst, M. L., Jasper, C., Lyons, N. (2005). Online Shopping for Apparel, Food, and Home Furnishings Products as a Form of Outshopping.

Li, J., McEnally, M. and Nelson,N. (2005). Business casual clothing in China: Exploring consumer attitudes and perceptions.

Ma, Y. and Littrell, M. (2005). Prediction of Fair Trade Customers’ Purchase Intentions.

Norum, P. (2005). Factors Affecting Compulsive Buying Behavior Among College Students.

Oh, H. and McIntire, J. (2005). Consumer Choice Modeling: A Retail Level Tool for Determining Consumer Choice Probability and Process.

Park, H. and Rabolt, N. (2005). Standardized Brand Image Strategy: A Cross Cultural Study.

Park, J. and Lennon, S. (2005). Antecedents and Consequences of Parasocial Interaction in Television Apparel Shopping.

Park, M., Lennon, S., and Stoel, L. (2005). The Roles of Product and Customer Service Information in Determining Website Quality, Satisfaction, and Patronage Intentions.

Perrine, W. C. and Frazier, B. (2005). Shopping Preferences of College Age Apparel Shoppers in Turkey and the United States.

Pookulangara, S. and Creasy, S. (2005). Multi-channel Shopping: Impact of Consumer Value Mix on Patronage Intention of Rural Consumers.

Rabolt, N., Foo, J. DeFord, A. (2005). Pre-Teen Fashion: Parents’ Attitudes and Behaviors.

Rahman, O., Wing-sun, L., Yan, J. (2005). Cross cultural intimacy: A study of intimate apparel between the east and the west.

Reilly, A. and Rudd, N. A. (2005). Effects of Body Image and Internalized Homophobia on Shopping Behavior.

Rees, K., Park, H., and Belleau, B. (2005). Consumer Perceptions of Bio-Based Non-Woven Composites Products: A Pilot Exploratory Study.

Rhee, J. and Johnson, K. P. (2005). Consumer Traits and their Relationship to Merchandise Borrowing.

Seo, J. (2005). College Students’ Shopping Behaviors Based on Product Involvement.

Shelhamer, A., and Kim, H. (2005). Effects of Acculturation, Product Involvement, and Fashion Leadership on the Purchasing Decisions of American Students Abroad.

Shim, J. and Lee, S. (2005). Consumer-Brand Relationship and Attitudes toward Counterfeit Products among Consumers of Fashion Luxury Goods.

Song, K., Fiore, A.M. and Park, J. (2005) Telepresence and Fantasy in Online Apparel Shopping Experience.

Southward, L. and Pate, S. (2005). Apparel Purchasing Behavior of Undergraduate Students.

Wang, Y., and Chien, S. (2005). The Y Generation’s Consumption of the Generic Brands Apparels in Taiwan and the Quality of thee Apparels.

Workman, J. (2005). Promotional Product Marketing to University Students.

Wuest, B., Welkey, S., and Beamer, J. (2005). Generation Y Shopping Center Expectations: Implications for Outlet Centers.

Xiao, G., Kim, J., and Marshall, T. (2005). Website Success: An Empirical Investigation of the Multidimensional Structure of e-Loyalty.

Yan, R., Yurchisin, J., and Watchravesringkan, K. (2005). Designing Apparel Care Labels: Which is Better—Symbol Based or Text Based?

Yu, L, and Nelson, N. (2005). Internet shopping behavior: A typology of apparel consumers.

Yuen, C. and Rabolt, N. (2005). Consumer Satisfaction with Internet Fashion Purchases.

Zhao, X. and Nelson, N. (2005). Contemporary Interpretations of Traditional Chinese Dress: A Comparison of Consumers in China vs. Chinese Immigrants in the United States.



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