Gardyn, Rebecca
November 2002
American Demographics;Nov2002, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p30
Discusses the influence of income on luxury purchasing among people in the U.S. Psychographics of luxury consumers; Information on the household income of people in the U.S.; Differences in the definition of consumers of luxuries. INSETS: WHAT'S IT TO YOU?;Shopping Attitudes by Life Stage;Still in the Lap of Luxury.


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