The four groups are: 1) Nonsocial Nonrecreational (NSNR) shoppers, 2) Social Nonrecreational (SNR) shoppers, 3) Nonsocial Recreational (NSR) shoppers, and 4) Social Recreational (SR) shoppers.
SR shoppers attain a significantly higher level of intrinsic satisfaction shopping for clothing than SNR shoppers and NSNR shoppers.
NSR shoppers experience the second highest level followed by SNR shoppers and NSNR shoppers in descending order.
NSR shoppers realize the second highest level followed by SNR shoppers and NSNR shoppers in descending order.
Lastly, SR shoppers experience significantly higher levels of spontaneity shopping for clothing than the SNR shoppers and NSNR shoppers.
Under the current NSNR, companies must submit a Notice of Excess Quantity (NOEQ) for manufacture or import before a new chemical, biochemical, polymer, or biopolymer can be added to Canada's DSL, provided that all other listing requirements are met.
The NSNR proposed amendments are available on the Internet at http://canada.gc.ca/gazette/partl/pdf/g1-13644.pdf.