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2015
Wednesday, November 11th

A Content Analysis of Online Retailers' use of Environmental Claims in Apparel Product Descriptions.

Beth Myers, Georgia Southern University

A New Approach to Time in Fashion

Noel Palomo-Lovinski, Kent State University

A New Integrated Framework for the Sustainable Performance of Fast Fashion Firms

Min Jeong Seo, Oregon State University
Minjeong Kim, Indiana University

An Exploration of Millennial Consumer's Perceptions of Social Responsibility Product Attributes: USA Made vs. Foreign Made Apparel

Daniela Jankovska, Colorado State University
Camille Hensley, Colorado State University
Nancy Miller, Colorado State University
Ruoh-Nan Yan, Colorado State University

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Apparel Industry: Linkage between consumer responses and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Hyun-Hwa Lee, Inha University
Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University

Creating Customer Values for the Economic Sustainability of Slow Fashion Brands

Sojin Jung, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Byoungho Jin, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Does Environmental Education Matter?

Natalie Huntley, East Carolina University
Runying Chen, East Carolina University

Effects of Fast Fashion Brands' Sustainability Practices on Brand Equity Formation

Jihyeong Son, Washington State University
Young-A Lee, Iowa State University

Exploring the Motivations and Decision-Making of Sustainable Apparel Entrepreneurs

Anne Mitchell, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Nancy Hodges, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Factors Influencing Consumers' Purchase Intention of Green Activewear

Huanjiao Dong, Iowa State University
Changhyun Nam, Iowa State University
Young-A Lee, Iowa State University

Fashion Design Students as "Thrift Mavens": An Interpretive Approach to How Fashion Design Students Can Influence Thrift Shopping

Kendra Lapolla, Kent State University
Jihyun Kim, Kent State University

Fashion Prototypes Made from Environmentally Friendly Leather Substitute (Eco-Leather)

Huantian Cao, University of Delaware
Richard Wool, University of Delaware
Emma Sidoriak, University of Delaware
Henley Cook, University of Delaware
Shijin Gong, University of Delaware

From Literature Review to Conceptual Model: Apparel Brand's Sustainability Efforts and Consumers' Purchase Decisions

Mijeong Noh, Ohio University
Kim K.P. Johnson, University of Minnesota

Impact of Sustainability and Ethics Learning on Career Considerations

Gwendolyn Hustvedt, Texas State University
Jiyun Kang, Texas State University
Beth Wuest, Texas State University

Sustainability Criteria Identified in Global Sourcing Practices : focused on Apparel Manufacturer's Supply Chain

Jiyeon Lee, Seoul National University
Ho Jung Choo, Seoul National University
So Won Jeong, Seoul National University
Theresa Hyunjin Kwon, Seoul National University

Sustainable Clothing from the User's Perspective

Marilyn Delong, University of Minnesota
Mary Alice Casto, University of Minnesota
Yoon Kyung Lee, University of Minnesota
Seoha Min, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Too much stuff: Motivators of overconsumption

Courtney King, University of Missouri
Pamela S. Norum, University of Missouri

Thursday, November 12th

A Qualitative Study of Women's Apparel Disposal Decision Making

Jenna Bubna, University of Missouri
Pamela Norum, University of Missouri

Exploring the role of personal values and moral norms towards consumers' intentions to patronize apparel retail brands engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility

Sonali Diddi, Colorado State University
Linda S. Niehm, Iowa State University

Sustainable Stewardship: The Heuristic-Systemic Approach to Sustainable Attitude-Behavior Gap

Stacy Lee, University of Missouri
HaeJung Kim, University of North Texas
Kiseol Yang, University of North Texas

What's Mine is Yours: Does Fashion Leadership Impede Clothing Renting and Swapping?

Chunmin Lang, Oklahoma State University
Cosette Armstrong, Oklahoma State University

Friday, November 13th

Altercentric versus Egocentric 'Green Jeans' Advertising: Impact on Dual Emotional Warmth

So Young Song, University of Tennessee
Youn-Kyung Kim, University of Tennessee

Changing clothes for sustainability? The how and why of clothing redesign

Kristy A. Janigo, University of Minnesota
Marilyn DeLong, University of Minnesota
Juanjuan Wu, University of Minnesota

CONNECT Project: A global learning experience on sustainability in the fashion industry

Lynn M. Boorady, SUNY-Buffalo State
Jane Ledbury, Manchester Metropolitan University
Nicholas Hall, Manchester Metropolitan University
Karen Webster, RMIT University
Grant Emerson, RMIT University
Bingbing Du, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology

Developing a Community Service-Learning Project: Sustainability in the Apparel Industry

Sara Stevens, California State University, Northridge
Jongeun Kim, California State University, Northridge

Investigating the Role of Social Networking Sites in Creating Consumer Demand for Environmentally Sustainable Apparel: An Exploratory Study

Lauren Reiter, Kansas State University
Kim Hiller Connell, Kansas State University

Labor-Related CSR Communication: The Impact of Claim Types on Perceived Credibility, Skepticism, and Brand Trust

Whitney Ginder, Auburn University
Sang-Eun Byun, Auburn University

Positive and Negative Advertising Images as Effective Sustainable Consumer Stimuli

Seung Bong Ko, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Hae Jin Gam, Illinois State University
Su Kyoung An, Central Michigan University

Precious Cut: A Practice-Based Research Toward Zero-Waste Design by Exploring Creative Pattern Cutting Methods and Draping Techniques

Elahe Saeidi, University of Alabama
Virginia Wimberley, University of Alabama