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Table 4 Results of sustainable value factor analysis

From: Impacts of sustainable value and business stewardship on lifestyle practices in clothing consumption

Factor Scale items F.L.a E.V. (%) b αc
Eco-labels/indices I am interested in how eco-labels & indices relate to how the clothing is made .628 39.98 .95
It is important to compare between brands that have eco-labels & indices to those that don’t when I buy a product .584
I think there are too many different eco-labels & indices .509
I have a preferred eco-labels & indices of products and/or brands .803
I am aware of a particular eco-label & index for a product and/or brand .887
I can recognize a particular eco-label & index of a product or brand .851
I have heard about a particular eco-label & index of a product or brand .815
I usually read the labels on product packages to see if the contents are environmentally friendly .825
I am interested in a company’s green campaign and its affects our environment .635
I prefer to buy brands which promote green campaigns .600
CSR drive I think there are many different types of “green efforts among companies” .697
I prefer the green campaigns or programs in the clothing and textiles industry .587
I have a preferred green program for a product or brand .627 32.40 .91
I am aware of a particular green campaign for a product or brand .814
I can recognize a particular green campaign for a product or brand .825
I have heard about a particular green campaign for a product or brand .849
  1. n = 239; Scale range: 1 = Strongly disagree; 6 = Strongly agree
  2. aFactor loading; b explained variance; c Cronbach’s α