Not all purchases are strictly by the book

March 13, 1998

Students check for academic waffle before buying a book, says a survey of student attitudes by the Marketing Group of the Council of Academic and Professional Publishers. The report found that students would pay more if they thought a book useful. Students used reading lists to help assess books, but a third bought items not on a list. One in five said lecturers' recommendations were too academic.

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