This book is the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information about ways in which consumer activism has reshaped the economic and political well-being of citizens in the United States and around the world. ac Provides the single most comprehensive source available of information about consumer activism and advocacy ac Shows how activism has influenced laws and regulations affecting more than 40 consumer issues ac Shares personal accounts from activists about their work on these issues ac Details information on U.S. national consumer organizations and many state and local consumer groups, including their goals, strategies, leaders, finances, and impact ac Offers insights into the ways consumer activist groups have interacted with other nonprofits, policymakers, regulators, and business groupsThe major share of that came from subscriptions to Consumer Reports magazine and the ConsumerReports.org website. ... department surveys online and print subscribers for their evaluation of services such as airlines, brokerage firms, cell phone service, credit cards, diet ... Health and Consumer Reports Money Adviser.
|Title||:||Watchdogs and Whistleblowers: A Reference Guide to Consumer Activism|
|Author||:||Stephen Brobeck, Robert N. Mayer|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-07-31|