Bettina, T.
July 1998
AMA Winter Educators' Conference Proceedings;1998, Vol. 9, p358
Conference Proceeding
Presents the redesigned consumer behavior seminar for doctor of philosophy students. Development of qualitative research skills; Steps to redesign seminar program on consumer behavior; Details on the idea to support future consumer behaviorists.


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