College students' attitudes towards credit cards
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Based on previous studies and using an approach of tripartite classification of attitude, an instrument measuring college students' attitudes toward credit was carefully constructed. Its reliability and validity were tested. Chi‐square tests indicated that the factors associated with differences in attitude towards credit card use comprising three components ‐ affective, cognitive and behavioural included gender, academic major, living arrangement, number of credit cards owned, number of all cards (store cards, phone cards, and petrol cards) owned, time of using credit cards, and cosignment status. Implications for consumer credit educators and practitioners were specified. Copyright © 1995, Wiley Blackwell. All rights reserved
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Journal of Consumer Studies & Home Economics
Xiao, Jing Jian, FRANZISKA E. NORING, and JOAN G. ANDERSON. "College students' attitudes towards credit cards." Journal of Consumer Studies & Home Economics 19, 2 (1995): 155-174. doi: 10.1111/j.1470-6431.1995.tb00540.x.