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Developments in Quality-of-Life Studies in Marketing Volume 4

Edited by M. Joseph Sirgy, H. Lee Meadow, Don R. Rahtz, and A. C. Samli

Originally Published by the Academy of Marketing Science, 1992

Table of Contents:

ELDERLY CONSUMERS AND HEALTHCARE MARKETING

Neglected Widowhood: Marketers Missing the Boat
Linda J. Shea and Charles D. Schewe

A Comparison of Nursing Home Residents? and Administrators? judgements of Service Quality
Jo Ann Duffy, Michael Duffy, and William Kilbourne

The Elderly Mall Maven: In Pursuit of Quality of Life
Roy Anderson

Disappointed Elderly Complainants: Can Firms Recover?
Mary C. Laforge

Satisfaction and Other Issues in Hearing Aid Purchases by Elderly Consumers: A Quality of Life Issue
Allan R. Miller

Exploring the Decision Process for Seeking Alternative Care Options For the Elderly
James M. Daley

MASS COMMUNICATIONS, ADVERTISING, AND CULTURAL SYMBOLS

Does Advertising have the Qualities of Art? Better to be a Pig Satisfied or a Human Dissatisfied?
Cheryl E. Pridgom and Gail M. Ross-Edwards

Communication and Public Perception of the Quality of Life: Testing the Model
Leo W. Jeffries and Jean Dobos

Impact of a Fear Reduction Ad Campaign on Mass Transit Users
Melvin Prince

MACROMARKETING AND PUBLIC POLICY

The Relationship of Marketing to Quality of Life in the Societal Context: A Conceptual Model
Millard F. Crask

Life-Style Changes and the Quality of Life: The Role and Evolution of the Food Store
Frank M. Gambino and Paul M. Lane

Cigarette Smoking and Societal Quality of Life: A Framework for Analysis
Thaddeus H. Spratlen

Marketing in United Germany: Managerial Implications
Sujata Ramnarayan

The Changing Role of Distribution Within the Marketing System: A Normative Model
A.C. Samli

Consumer Behavior Environmental Externalities and Energy Policy: A Context
Michael R. Chevalier and Terry M. Weisenberger

Project Independence: A Case Study of Homeless Women
Marvin G. Cline

HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT, QUALITY OF WORK AND FAMILY LIFE

Quality of Life and Women?s Food Shopping and Preparation Strategies
Linda Duxbury and Lousie A. Heslop

Uplifts, Hassles, and Quality of Life in Workers Over 50 Years of Age
Sara Staats and Christi Partlo

Towards Consumer Well-Being: Consumer Socialization Effects of Work Experience
Noriiyuki Nakano, Maurice McDonald, and Robin Douthitt

Neighborhood Quality of Life: A Subjective Matter
Robin Widgery

Occupational Prestige and Bureaucratization Effects on the Spillover Between Job Satisfaction
David Efraty and M. Joseph Sirgy

A Power-Gaining Model of Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction
Jean Dobos, Susan E. Kogler and Margaret H. Bahamuik

Family Decision Making for Family Planning in Developing Countries: Obstacles to and Improved Quality of Life
Judy Cohen

NEW THEORY AND METHODS IN QOL STUDIES

Using Socioeconomic Indicators and Perceived Quality of Life In the Marketing of Community
Nils Hovik

Stressors, Moderators and Outcomes: Developing and Instrument to Measure Quality of Worklisfe (QWL)
David E. McNabb and F. Thomas Sepic

Longitudinal Findings on a Componential Model of Happiness
Albert Kozma and M. J. Stones

TRAVEL AND TOURISM MARKETING

The Impacts of Tourism Development: Considering the Needs of the Host Country
Robert R. Nelson

International Tourism, Marketing, and Quality of Life in the Third World: India, A Case in Point
Zafar U. Ahmed and Franklin B. Krohn

Towards An Understanding of the Novelty Seeking Drive In Pleasure Travelers
John C. Crotts

Travelers-With-Pets: The Forgotten Market Segment
Said M. Ladki and William C. Gatner

Canadian Hoteliers and Their Attitudes Towards Environmental Issues
Chris Ryan and Luis Moutimho

LEISURE AND RECREATION STUDIES

Family Patterns In Use and Wished For Use of Free Time
Sara Staats, Christi Partlo, Jayne Holzappfelm and Deborah Miller

The Meaning of Leisure: How Advertising Portrays the Promised Experience
Teresa J. Domzal and Jerome Kernan

INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND ENTREPRENUERSHIP

Small Business Entrepreneurship and Quality of Life: A Growth Perspective
Donald L. Sexton and Michael H. Morris

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