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Shopping Value (Utilitarian)

The scale is a four-item, five-point Likert-type measure of the degree to which a consumer agrees that a recent shopping trip allowed him/her to accomplish what was wanted (purchase of the items sought). The scale is supposed to tap into the view that shopping is primarily a means to an end (obtaining goods and services) rather than being enjoyed as an end in itself.