Influences in children's materialism: A conceptual framework

Mónica Casabayó Bonás, Juan Francisco Dávila Blázquez

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Resumen

This paper explores the factors that influence materialism in children. It reviews major experiments on materialism in children published in academic journals. As a result, a conceptual framework is provided which classifies the factors in three groups: Individual Factors, Semi-Contextual Factors (Family related) and Contextual Factors (External influences). This classification helps to understand how these factors relate to each other, and intends to be a tool for parents, educators and policy makers willing to understand how to deal effectively with materialism in children.
Idioma originalInglés
EstadoPublicada - 12 dic 2012
Evento5th International Child and Teen Consumption (CTC 2012) -
Duración: 12 dic 201214 dic 2012

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Conferencia5th International Child and Teen Consumption (CTC 2012)
Período12/12/1214/12/12

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