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Examining trends across time in feature articles published in the Journal of Consumer Affairs, descriptive statistics report on areas of change and stability in authorship, author affiliations, coauthorship, topical subject matters, data collection and analysis methodologies, and citations. While the first four decades of publication have been accompanied by significant changes in both the journal and consumer research in general, the journal continues to address the important purposes for which it was founded.