A new approach to measuring materialism
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This paper presents a different set of measurement for materialism based on the theoretical foundation of Richins and Dawson. After various tests, a new 16-item scale was developed to measure four components of materialism, namely material success, material happiness, material essentiality and material distinctiveness.
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