Journal of Research for Consumers

Articles from No. 18, 2010

An Exploration of Ethical Consumers' Response to 'Animal Friendly' Apparel Labelling
ABSTRACTAn emerging social ethic for animal welfare that seeks to improve the welfare of animals in industrial farming is evident in the growing demand for products perceived to be 'animal friendly'. Research examining consumer response to 'animal friendly'...
Children's Family Dinner Experiences and Attitudes
ABSTRACTOverweight and obesity are a major problem affecting children in many countries. The practice of sharing regular family meals has been shown to improve children's diets and eating habits, which in turn can have favourable outcomes for children's...
Exploring Singaporean Giving Behaviour to Different Charitable Causes
ABSTRACTIn spite of increasing interest in the area of charitable giving, the difference between donors and potential donors across different charitable causes is unclear. Moreover, the disparity experienced in donation behaviour for charitable causes...
Personal Values and Social Marketing: Some Research Suggestions
ABSTRACTPersonal values, as motivational constructs, are likely to influence the types of social behaviours in which people engage. However, most of the research examining the relationship between personal values and social and ethical issues has focused...
The Influence of Grandparents on Children's Diets
ABSTRACTGrandparents play an important role in feeding their grandchildren, yet the families in this qualitative study reported that grandparents usually provide their children with unhealthy food. Grandparents were frequently discussed as one of the...