The Shopping Mall High School Revisited
Some shoppers know just what they want and efficiently make their purchases. Others come simply to browse. Still others do neither; they just hang out. The mall and the school are places to meet friends, pass the time, get out of the rain or watch the promenade. Shopping malls or their high school equivalents can be entertaining places to onlookers with no intention of buying anything. Yet not everyone goes to the mall. Unenticed by its shops or its scene, some pass the time elsewhere. (Powell, Farrar, and Cohen, 1985)
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: San Jose State University
Publication date: January 1, 1994
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