Research at Purdue University has drawn a connection between consumers' lifestyles choices and demographics and how they view not only their own social responsibility in their buying decisions but also that of corporations.
The study on "ethical consumerism" brings attention to how consumers' attitudes regarding socioethical issues might align with their expectations for corporate social responsibility (CSR).
"Collectively, this analysis suggests that a wide array of ethical
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