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ItemThe factors affecting the attribute attitude towards credit card; the case study of credit card for bangkokian's generation X and Y(Assumption University Press, 2016) Parnuphan Phaisuwat ; Rawin VonguraiThis study aimed to understand the factors that affect attitude toward credit card by bangkokian and also find the difference between generation X and Y in attitude toward credit card. The questionaire was conducted and collected 410 respondents by convenience, quota and snow-ball sampling method. The methods used to analyze the data are linear regression and independent sample t-test. The result shows free spending has the strongest effect to attitude toward credit card and there is significant difference between Gen-X and Y in attitude toward credit card.
ItemThe influence of family resource, family stress, money attitudes, self-control towards materialism: the case of generation Y in Bangkok Metropolitan(Assumption University Press, 2020) Sararat Thongbaisri ; Ekkachai BoonchuaymettaNowadays, the population of generation Y most likely drives the consumer market. Hence scrutinizing their behavior’s consumer toward their money attitudes and materialism has become more critical. The researcher has ultimate purposes of determining and investigating the behavior of generation Y toward money attitudes, which in turn affect materialism. Research findings show that how family resources received during childhood, perceived stress from disruptive childhood and self-control are influencing the varied impact on Materialism and Money Attitude dimensions. This sample surveyed n=412 Thai Generation Y (1980-1997) in Bangkok Metropolis to examine whether family resources received during childhood, perceived stress from disruptive childhood, money attitudes and self-control affect Thai Generation Y Bangkok Metropolis’s life-course. This study founds perceived stress from disruptive childhood family have certain impacts on later-life of money attitudes. Money attitudes also affect to materialism as well as the current Self-Control behavior has significant effects on materialism.
ItemIs corporate social responsibility a determinant of purchase intention? : a case study of Ncell Nepal( 2015) Sharma, Sumit ; Thongdee KijboonchooThis study investigates the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities performed by a company and its behavioral effects on customer behavior indicators namely: brand image, perceived price fairness, awareness of CSR, and purchase intention. This study also takes into account perceived service quality and its influence on customer purchase intention. The researcher surveyed about 401 respondents of generation Y in Nepal. Structural Equation Modeling was applied for the data analysis. The results showed that there exists a relationship between corporate social responsibility, perceived price fairness, brand image and purchase intention. However, the research uncovered that there exists a negative relationship between awareness of CSR and purchase intention, and that perceived service quality affects purchase intention in a positive manner.