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Norma A. Mendoza

Assistant Professor of Marketing and Logistics

Sam M. Walton College of Business

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Sam M. Walton College of Business

301 Business Building

Fayetteville, Arkansas,72701

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Department of Marketing and Transporation

University of Arkansas


Associate Professor In the School of Anthropology

University of Arizona


Professor - Department of Anthropology, Professor

UCLA


Affiliations

Humanities Center

Professor, Visiting Fellow


Web References(71 Total References)


sdflc.org

By the time they get to the college level, they already have attitudes and habits that are difficult to change," says Norma A. Mendoza, assistant professor of marketing and logistics in the Sam M. Walton College of Business.


www.debtwave.com [cached]

By the time they get to the college level, they already have attitudes and habits that are difficult to change," say's Norma A. Mendoza, assistant professor of marketing and logistics in the Sam M. Walton College of Business.


voluntarysimplicity.org.uk

Graduate student Helene Cherrier has been tracking this trend, called voluntary simplicity, along with marketing faculty Jeff Murray and Norma Mendoza of the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
"While value continues to be important, retailers should focus on the intangibles," said Mendoza, assistant professor of marketing.


www.timeswv.com

Norma Mendoza, a researcher for the University of Arizona was quoted on chiff.com as saying, "Not only do they not realize how the credit card system works, they don't understand how it can impact their prospects for employment when they graduate."Mendoza, who is an assistant professor of marketing and logistics in the Sam M. Walton College of Business, added, "Bad credit or excessive credit card debt is considered a character flaw."


www.timeswv.com

Norma Mendoza, a researcher for the University of Arizona was quoted on chiff.com as saying, "Not only do they not realize how the credit card system works, they don't understand how it can impact their prospects for employment when they graduate."Mendoza, who is an assistant professor of marketing and logistics in the Sam M. Walton College of Business, added, "Bad credit or excessive credit card debt is considered a character flaw."


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