Understanding College Students’ Attitudes toward Made in USA Apparel Products:
Exploration of Projective Techniques
Understanding College Students’ Attitudes toward Made in USA Apparel Products: Exploration of Projective Techniques
Yan, Ruoh-Nan (Terry)
In recent years, manufacturing of apparel products in America has been increasing due to growing consumer demand, changing business models, and rising government support. Although previous research in country-of-origin (COO) literature has examined consumers’ attitudes towards American made products, many studies have focused on how consumers utilized country information as a product attribute to help them evaluate the quality of the products and to understand consumers’ views about products manufactured in developed countries vs. developing countries (e.g., Samiee, 1994).