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Wednesday, November 11 • 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Grand Poster Session: SSR-Sustainability, Social Responsibility

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A Content Analysis of Online Retailers' use of Environmental Claims in Apparel Product Descriptions., Beth Myers, Georgia Southern University, USA

A New Approach to Time in Fashion, Noel Palomo-Lovinski, Kent State University, USA

A New Integrated Framework for the Sustainable Performance of Fast Fashion Firms, Min Jeong Seo, Oregon State University, USA; and Minjeong Kim, Indiana University, USA

An Exploration of Millennial Consumer's Perceptions of Social Responsibility Product Attributes:  USA Made vs. Foreign Made Apparel, Daniela Jankovska, Camille Hensley, Nancy Miller, and Ruoh-Nan (Terry) Yan, Colorado State University, USA

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Apparel Industry:  Linkage between consumer responses and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, Hyun-Hwa Lee, Inha University, South Korea; and Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University, USA

Creating Customer Values for the Economic Sustainability of Slow Fashion Brands, Sojin Jung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; and Byoungho Jin, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Does Environmental Education Matter?, Natalie Huntley and Runying Chen, East Carolina University, USA

Effects of Fast Fashion Brands' Sustainability Practices on Brand Equity Formation, Jihyeong Son, Washington State University, USA; and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA

Exploring the Motivations and Decision-Making of Sustainable Apparel Entrepreneurs, Anne Mitchell and Nancy Hodges, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Factors Influencing Consumers' Purchase Intention of Green Activewear, Hannah Dong, Changhyun Nam, and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA

Fashion Design Students as "Thrift Mavens": An Interpretive Approach to How Fashion Design Students Can Influence Thrift Shopping, Kendra Lapolla and Jihyun "J." Kim, Kent State University, USA

Fashion Prototypes Made from Environmentally Friendly Leather Substitute (Eco-Leather), Huantian Cao, Richard Wool, Emma Sidoriak, Henley Cook, and Shijin Gong University of Delaware, USA

From Literature Review to Conceptual Model: Apparel Brand's Sustainability Efforts and Consumers' Purchase Decisions, Mijeong Noh, Ohio University, USA; and Kim K. P. Johnson, University of Minnesota, USA

Impact of Sustainability and Ethics Learning on Career Considerations, Gwendolyn Hustvedt, Jiyun Kang, and Beth Wuest, Texas State University, USA

Sustainability Criteria Identified in Global Sourcing Practices : focused on Apparel Manufacturer's Supply Chain, Jiyeon Lee, Ho Jung Choo, So Won Jeong, and Theresa Hyunjin Kwon, Seoul National University, South Korea

Sustainable Clothing from the User's Perspective, Marilyn DeLong, Mary Alice Casto, Yoon Kyung Lee, University of Minnesota, USA; and Seoha Min, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA

Too Much Stuff: Motivators of Overconsumption, Courtney King and Pamela S. Norum, University of Missouri, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

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