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The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationships between positive emotions/attributes (altruism, compassion, gratitude, and happiness) and sustainable consumption. Data were collected from two samples: 463 college students and 317 national adults. For the analysis, bi-variate correlation analyses were used. Altruism, compassion, and gratitude appeared to be key factors associated with sustainable consumption, whereas happiness was not associated.

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Nov 9th, 12:00 AM

The Correlates between Positive Emotions/Attributes and Sustainable Fashion Consumption Behaviors

The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationships between positive emotions/attributes (altruism, compassion, gratitude, and happiness) and sustainable consumption. Data were collected from two samples: 463 college students and 317 national adults. For the analysis, bi-variate correlation analyses were used. Altruism, compassion, and gratitude appeared to be key factors associated with sustainable consumption, whereas happiness was not associated.

 

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