2010 Sustainabiity and Social Responsibility
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2010 ITAA Proceedings #67

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Sustainability and Social Responsibility track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here.

Sustainability and Social Responsibility

Baytar, F. & Ashdown, S. P., (2010). Employing Video Clips as Persuasion Agents for Sustainability Education in Apparel Design 

Bhaduri, G. & Ha-Brookshire, J. E., (2010). Transparency in the Global Apparel Supply Chain and Consumer Purchase Intention
Cao, H., Chang, R., Kallal, J., Manalo, G., McCord, J., Shaw, J., & Starner, H., (2010). Adaptable Apparel Design: A Possible Solution for Excess Apparel Consumption Problem
Cobb, K. & Orzada, B. T., (2010). Ethical Fashion Project: Partnering with Industry
Ellis, J. L., Skuza, N., Hunt, E., & Mukhopadhyay, R., (2010). Willingness to Pay for Organic Cotton - Insight from Apparel Consumers
Gam, H. J. & Ma, Y. J., (2010). Educating Potential Eco-Apparel Consumers: Development of a Green-Clothing Label
Hustvedt, G., (2010). Measuring Consumer Attitudes Towards Brand Social Responsibility Efforts
Kang, J., Liu, C., & Kim, S-H. (2010). Understanding Sustainable Apparel Consumption among Global Young Consumers
Kim, E., (2010). Community Service Projects Integrated into Visual Design Class
Kim, J., (2010). Sustainable Development and Its Impact on Consumers’ Perception toward Retailers’ Institutional Actions and Legitimacy
Landgren, T. & Pasricha, A., (2010). Transforming the fashion and apparel curriculum to incorporate sustainability
Lee, J. & Ju, H. W., (2010). College Students’ Understanding of Social Responsibility in the Fashion Industry
LeHew, M. & Hawley, J., (2010). Slow fashion: Utilizing the slow food movement as a model
Liu, C., (2010). Diffusion of Environmentally Responsible Consumption: Consumer Adoption of Technology-Enabled Environmentally Friendly Textile and Apparel Products
McRoberts, L. B. & Ramirez, S. A., (2010). Experiential Approach: Increasing Student Designer Perceptions and Knowledge of Eco-Trends
Pasricha, A. & Kadolph, S. J., (2010). Student expectations on content and pedagogy for sustainability within textiles and apparel curricula
Vash, T. G., MacDonald, N. M., & Bigelow, S., (2010). Textile Recycling and Redesign: A Middle School Curriculum Strategy


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