Elderly Consumers and Grocery Store Patronage: A Determinant Attribute Model
The article discusses articles and essays on Missouri in the U.S. Civil War that appeared in the journal from 1977 to 2008. Articles discussed include "The Significant Skirmish: The Battle of Boonville, June 17, 1861," by Paul Rorvig, "'I Acted From Principle': William Marcellus McPheeters, Confederate Surgeon," by Cynthia DeHaven Pitcock and Bill J. Gurley, and '"A Friend of the Enemy': Federal Efforts to Suppress Disloyalty in St. Louis During the Civil War," by Louis S. Gerteis. Topics of other articles include the legacy of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln in Missouri, an 1863 raid at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and the massacre of German Americans by guerrillas on October 10, 1864.
Childhood Education and Family Studies
elderly patronage, Grocery stores, quality/price relationship
Radford-Lewis, Angela, and Cheryl A. Mimbs. “Elderly Consumers and Grocery Store Patronage: A Determinant Attribute Model.” Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism 9, no. 2 (July 2005): 33–39
Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism