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웰빙지향행동의 영향요인과 웰빙소비자 유형 (Related Factors of Well-being Oriented Behavior and Typology of Well-being Consumers)

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  • 웰빙지향행동
  • 웰빙소비자유형
  • 웰빙관련가치
  • 웰빙태도
  • 웰빙가치
  • 소비지향가치
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