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Despite the increase in interest in green apparel products (Hamilton & Zilberman, 2006), limited studies regarding consumers’ green behavior in apparel products have been conducted (Lee, 2011; Mahenc, 2008) and some focused only on green issues in the production stage without looking at consumer buying patterns. Another serious gap in green apparel consumption is limited understanding of green apparel consumption behaviors in other countries.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Predictors of Purchase Intention toward Green Apparel Products: A Cross-Cultural Investigation in the U.S. and China

Despite the increase in interest in green apparel products (Hamilton & Zilberman, 2006), limited studies regarding consumers’ green behavior in apparel products have been conducted (Lee, 2011; Mahenc, 2008) and some focused only on green issues in the production stage without looking at consumer buying patterns. Another serious gap in green apparel consumption is limited understanding of green apparel consumption behaviors in other countries.

 

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