The consumer education & culture lab has the longest history among the labs in the department, and has produced various researches that played the leading role in the development of consumer science studies. Many of the alumni do not only lead the academic field of consumer science but also distinguish themselves in numerous business enterprises, governmental institutions, and social organizations.
Major Research Areas
- Modern consumption lifestyle
- Exploring and analyzing various consumer tendencies
- Analysis of consumer education demands and development of consumer policies by different consumer patterns
- Alternative consumer culture research