2023
DOI: 10.1108/jsocm-12-2021-0279
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Should I donate secondhand clothes? Cognitive, affective, and conative model during the COVID-19 pandemic

Abstract: Purpose This study aims to investigate the secondhand clothes (SHC) donating behavior phenomenon using the cognitive-affective-conative model and examines the moderating role of COVID-19 knowledge on the relationship between the desire to donate and actual SHC donating behavior. Design/methodology/approach A total of 160 questionnaires were distributed to potential participants who donated their clothes to thrift shops during the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA. Findings A total of 145 useable surveys were co… Show more

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“…For example, environmentally, SHC helps preserve a billion gallons of water and minimize CO 2 footprint by reducing new clothing production (Watson et al , 2016), decreasing the size of landfill usage, minimizing noise pollution from textiles plants, reducing animals’ exploitations and natural resources overuse and, more importantly, preserving the ecological balance (Challa, 2018). Socially, SHC improves moral behavior (Amin and Herjanto, 2023), generates new jobs and promotes creativity and innovativeness; economically, it generates business opportunities and increases government revenues (Watson et al , 2016). Individually, SHC reduces financial spending on clothing, offers unique fashion products (Herjanto et al , 2016), supports self-image (Herjanto and Hendriana, 2020) and promotes a stylish and trendy appearance (Hansen, 2014).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, environmentally, SHC helps preserve a billion gallons of water and minimize CO 2 footprint by reducing new clothing production (Watson et al , 2016), decreasing the size of landfill usage, minimizing noise pollution from textiles plants, reducing animals’ exploitations and natural resources overuse and, more importantly, preserving the ecological balance (Challa, 2018). Socially, SHC improves moral behavior (Amin and Herjanto, 2023), generates new jobs and promotes creativity and innovativeness; economically, it generates business opportunities and increases government revenues (Watson et al , 2016). Individually, SHC reduces financial spending on clothing, offers unique fashion products (Herjanto et al , 2016), supports self-image (Herjanto and Hendriana, 2020) and promotes a stylish and trendy appearance (Hansen, 2014).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%