Consumer In Society
An introduction to Consumer Economics and the role that consumers play including their decision-making and market and non-market consumption activities. Focus on contemporary consumer economic issues in addition to topics such as consumer rights and responsibilities, the impact of advertising, use of consumer credit, product safety, consumer fraud, and legal protections available to consumers. (Gen.Ed. SB)
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