Indigenes' Responses to Immigrants' Consumer Acculturation: A Relational Configuration Analysis

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Luedicke, M. K.;

Consumer research commonly conceptualizes consumer acculturation as a project that immigrants pursue when adjusting their consumer identities and practices to unfamiliar sociocultural environments. This article broadens this prevailing view by conceptualizing consumer a... View more
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