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Title: Who Volunteers for Charity Retailing and Why
Authors: Broadbridge, Adelina
Horne, Suzanne
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Issue Date: Oct-1994
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Citation: Broadbridge A & Horne S (1994) Who Volunteers for Charity Retailing and Why, Service Industries Journal, 14 (4), pp. 421-437.
Abstract: Employment patterns in various sectors of retailing have received much research attention in recent years. Although there is a general awareness of the presence of charity shops in most retail areas, there has, however, been little research to date into the-use of volunteers in charity retailing. This article examines the demographic characteristics of the volunteer workforce for one particular charity chain and reports an analysis of its work patterns and motivations.
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Affiliation: Management Work and Organisation
University of Stirling

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