Compulsive Buying: Literature Review and Suggestions for Future Research: Authors: Kearney, M. and Stevens, L. Abstract: Compulsive buying is a serious, but under researched, aspect of consumer buying behaviour. Setting the review in a historical context, the review begins by addressing the earliest works on the subject and seminal papers by.
Compulsive buying is a serious, but under researched, aspect of consumer buying behaviour. Setting the review in a historical context, the review begins by addressing the earliest works on the subject and seminal papers by leading researchers in the field of compulsive buying. The review addresses the fact that Emil Kraepelin first identified compulsive buying in his 1915 textbook, before the.
Your dissertation needs to include suggestions for future research. Depending on requirements of your university, suggestions for future research can be either integrated into Research Limitations section or it can be a separate section. You will need to propose 4-5 suggestions for future studies and these can include the following: 1.Despite the significant research in the consumer behavior literature on compulsive buying behavior (CBB), there is still no general agreement about the dimensionality or diagnostic screening of.Compulsive buying: Literature review and suggestions for future research. By Matthew Kearney and Lorna Stevens. Abstract. Compulsive buying is a serious, but under researched, aspect of consumer buying behaviour. Setting the review in a historical context, the review begins by addressing the earliest works on the subject and seminal papers by leading researchers in the field of compulsive.
After that, methodology and analyses will take place. At the last section, the results of the analyses will be discussed. Besides, the limitations of the study and the suggestions for future research will be presented. 2. Literature Review 2.1. Compulsive Buying There is diversification on defining compulsive buying behaviour in academia. In.Read More
Empirical research demonstrates that compulsive buying has psychiatric comorbidity with depression, impulse control disorders, eating disorders, alcohol dependence, nicotine dependence, and anxiety. Psychobiological, pharmacological, and physiological studies on compulsive buying are needed since most studies are based on self-report methods (surveys, interviews, etc.). Few controlled studies.Read More
The initially stated overarching aim of this research was to identify the contextual factors and mechanisms that are regularly associated with effective and cost-effective public involvement in research. While recognising the limitations of our analysis, we believe we have largely achieved this in our revised theory of public involvement in research set out in Chapter 8. We have developed and.Read More
The challenge of pharmaceutical brand architecture: A theoretical analysis based on the Brand Architecture Model (B.A.M.) pp. 309-326(18) Authors: Kanitz, Christopher; Burmann, Christoph.Read More
This is because your future research suggestions generally arise out of the research limitations you have identified in your own dissertation. In this article, we discuss six types of future research suggestion. These include: (1) building on a particular finding in your research; (2) addressing a flaw in your research; examining (or testing) a theory (framework or model) either (3) for the.Read More
Compulsive buying is a relatively new addictive disorder that interferes with everyday functioning and may result in serious psychological and financial problems (1). A very few data are currently available regarding this behavioral addiction. This study investigated gender differences in the relationships between contingent self-esteem (CSE), fear of negative evaluation (FNE), and compulsive.Read More
Using Faber and O'Guinn's (1992) clinical screener for compulsive buying, six percent of the college students sampled were classified as compulsive buyers, thus indicating the need for better understanding of compulsive buying behavior in this segment of the Baby Bust generation. Various contributing factors, including familial, psychological, sociological, and demographic influences, are.Read More
All literature reviews should be more than a mere description of the current state of knowledge of an area, and should critically evaluate the theoretical positions and research studies, drawing attention to major debates. In this guide, Margaret Adolphus looks at how to write a literature review in the context of a research-based dissertation or scholarly paper and considers what constitutes.Read More
A review article is an overview or critical assessment of existing literature in a field, often analyzing specific issues, identifying trends, and pointing out research gaps in existing literature. Review articles are virtual goldmines of information as readers are able to form an idea about the current state of understanding on a topic and decide whether to read each article individually.Read More
It is designed to identify related research, to set the current research project within a conceptual and theoretical context. “A literature review is a systematic, explicit and reproducible method for identifying evaluating and interpreting the existing body of recorded work produced by researches, scholars and practitioners”, (Fink, 1998.Read More