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Theses and Dissertations (Consumer Science)Browse byRecent Submissions Zietsman, Dalien (University of Pretoria, 2018) With this study the researcher investigated the sustainable luxury value perceptions, supply chain information needs, and purchasing intent of American and Chinese tourists for South African manufactured luxury exotic . Venter, Natashka Rosa (University of Pretoria, 2018) Globally, it is estimated that one-third of the food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted, which amounts to a concerning 1.

More concerning is the fact that much of the wastage .

Roberts, Maria Elizabeth (University of Pretoria, 2018) Purpose – The purpose of this research study was two-fold; firstly, to investigate consumers’ overall perceptions of a specific South African premium private label food retailer’s (PPLFR) innovativeness within the selected .

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Jansen van Rensburg, Lize Tineke (University of Pretoria, 2017) This study explored South African female consumers’ value perceptions as well as their needs for traceable information on exotic crocodile leather accessories. The Wiedmann, Hennigs and Siebels' Luxury Value Perception .

Kolatsis, Stavroula (University of Pretoria, 2017) This empirical study investigated how interpersonal influences (normative receptiveness and informative influences) and impersonal influences differ across different population groups in terms of status consumption of .

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Apunda, Edwinah Amondi (University of Pretoria, 2017) Kenya’s economic landscape, including the labour market is characterised by a large and growing Informal Sector (IS), which employs 80% of the labour force.

Dressmaking, custom-tailoring and garment manufacturing Micro- . Chambers, Hanri (University of Pretoria, 2017) The study investigated the role of knowledge (objective knowledge and subjective knowledge) and the importance of country-of-origin in female consumers’ purchasing intent of exotic crocodile leather accessories.

Stols, Maria Jacoba (University of Pretoria, 2017) The apparel and textile industry plays an enormous role in the depletion of natural resources, pollution and other environmental problems Theses and Dissertations (Consumer Science) Although substantial literature could be found on consumers' attitudes towards consumerism and on information in female consumers' purchase intent of exotic crocodile leather accessories ..

Pro-environmental efforts should thus be encouraged in all stages of the apparel . Stephenson, Melissa Kate (University of Pretoria, 2017) Means-end Chain theory posits that consumers choose certain products or services based on their attributes in an attempt to produce certain outcomes (Gutman, 1997).

This results in consumers thinking about products and .

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Dlamini, Vukile Vinah (University of Pretoria, 2017) Concern regarding the decline in the knowledge and use of indigenous green vegetables exists in many southern African regions including Swaziland. Reasons for this are, amongst others, attributed to a lack of inter-generational .

de Klerk, Marisa Janette (University of Pretoria, 2017) Consumer complaint behaviour research in transitional and emerging countries, including South Africa, is still in its infancy stage. The vast changes to the South African consumer landscape along with the socio-political .

Van Belkum, Mareli (University of Pretoria, 2016) Consumer behaviour and spending habits have changed drastically post-recession 2 Dec 2014 - The annual survey of graduate programs at US universities and colleges was conducted in the spring of 2014 to compile a list of theses and .

This has affected how retailers conduct their business, driving retailers’ focus towards providing customers with the value they require.

Dlamini, Thamie (University of Pretoria, 2016) Tshwane Metropolitan Area are explored and described.

The study focused on the extent to which these adults consumed traditional and Western-orientated foods and the contribution of selected environmental influences from .

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Prinsloo, Esti (University of Pretoria, 2016) The study investigated South African men s clothing involvement and the possible influences ofvarious factors such as demographic characteristics, expenditure on clothing, the frequency ofclothing purchases, store patronage . Engelbrecht, Lizelle (University of Pretoria, 2016) The introduction of new fashion products is an important growth strategy for retailers to be competitive.

However, for these new products to be successful consumers and ultimately the mass market need to adopt them within .

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This study defines fast food as food that is prepared and served to the consumer in some form of a .