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Table 1 Factor analysis of the investigated dimensions

From: Enhancing green loyalty towards apparel retail stores: A cross-generational analysis on an emerging market

Construct [Literature] Apparel retailers… Loadings (EFA) FIT
Environ-mental Responsi-bility Bearden et al. 2006; Walsh and Beatty 2007 … seem to be responsible towards the environment. 0.874 EV: 2.795; % of var: 34.93
… are careful to protect the environment. 0.769
… are willing to renounce part of their profit to ensure a clean environment. 0.725
… seem to support good environment protection causes. 0.673
Environ-mental Protection Strategy Bearden et al. 2006, Dabija and Grant 2016, Lastovicka et al. 1999 … think about the future of children and grandchildren so that they may live in an unpolluted environment. 0.796 EV: 2.371; % of var: 29.63
… show concern for the future of society. 0.754
… follow the example of western countries in this regard (pollution reduction etc.). 0.664
… changes in legislation. 0.645
Loyalty towards green- oriented retail stores Dabija and Grant 2016, Lastovicka et al. 1999, Nasir and Karakaya 2014 I intend to buy clothes made of organic materials in the next three months. 0.913 EV: 1.98; % of var: 19.35
I will recommend retailers who sell “green” clothes (clothes made of organic materials) to my friends and acquaintances. 0.867
I will buy more “green” clothes in the future. 0.854
In the near future I will try other “green” clothes which I have not bought before. 0.821
If I happen to seek “green” clothes/clothes made of organic materials and they are not available in the nearby stores, then I will seek them in other stores, even if they are a long distance away. 0.801
  1. Obs.: Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring. Rotation Method: Oblimin with Kaiser Normalization
  2. Sources: Bearden et al. 2006 Dabija and Grant 2016; Lastovicka et al. 1999; Nasir and Karakaya 2014; Walsh and Beatty 2007