Investigates consumer behavior as the study of people and the products that shape their identities. Presents personal and professional relevance to consumer behavior including psychological, social, economic and political foundations in consumer activities. Analyzing buying behavior, learners explore the products, services, and consumption activities which contribute to the broader social world from a multi-cultural perspective.
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