An Eye for an Eye: Investigating the Impact of Consumer Perception of Corporate Unfairness on Aberrant Consumer Behavior

@inproceedings{Fukukawa2007AnEF,
  title={An Eye for an Eye: Investigating the Impact of Consumer Perception of Corporate Unfairness on Aberrant Consumer Behavior},
  author={Kyoko Fukukawa and Christine T. Ennew and Stephen Diacon},
  year={2007}
}

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