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JMK Special Issue 2013 article 01: Anti-Consumption Research and Society (124.2KB) Michael S. W. Lee, Hélène Cherrier and Russell Belk. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 187 originally published online 17 April 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0276146713485964. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 02: Anti-Consumption as the Study of Reasons against (428.3KB) Andreas Chatzidakis and Michael S. W. Lee. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 190 originally published online 4 November 2012. DOI: 10.1177/0276146712462892. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 03: Non-participation in Anti-consumption: Consumer Reluctance to Boycott (230.6KB) Ulku Yuksel. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 204 originally published online 17 April 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0276146713484153. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 04: Carrotmob and Anti-consumption: Same Motives but Different Willingness to Make Sacrifices? (464.1KB) Katharina Hutter and Stefan Hoffmann. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 217 originally published online 11 January 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0276146712470457. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 05: Anti-consumption Choices Performed in a Drinking Culture: Normative Struggles and Repairs (380.5KB) Hélène Cherrier and Lauren Gurrieri. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 232 originally published online 6 December 2012. DOI: 10.1177/0276146712467805. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 06: Art, Fashion, and Anti-consumption (1008.7KB) Brigitte Biehl-Missal. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 245 originally published online 28 February 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0276146713477865. (2013)
JMK Special Issue 2013 article 07: Rack of Want (82.3KB) John F. Sherry, Jr. Journal of Macromarketing 2013 33: 258. DOI: 10.1177/0276146713481606. (2013)
ICAR Symposium: Proceedings of ICAR 2012 Brisbane (227.5KB) Proceedings of ICAR 2012 Brisbane: Anti-consumption and society. 27-28 June 2012. Organisers: Michael SW Lee, Helene Cherrier, and Sharyn Rundle-Thiele. (2012)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 01: Anti-consumption and consumer resistance: Concepts, concerns, conflicts and convergence (2805.5KB) Anti-consumption and consumer resistance: Concepts, concerns, conflicts and convergence. Guest Editorial. Mike Lee, Dominique Roux, Hélène Cherrier, Bernard Cova. European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 02: The intellectual structure of the anti-consumption and consumer resistance field An author co-citation analysis (309.5KB) The intellectual structure of the anti-consumption and consumer resistance field An author co-citation analysis. Marco Galvagno (University of Catania). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 03: Anti-consumption as a means to save jobs (490.4KB) Anti-consumption as a means to save jobs. Stefan Hoffmann (Technical University of Dresden). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 04: Consumption expression of ideological resistance (75.1KB) Consumption expression of ideological resistance. Cristel Antonia Russell (The University of Auckland), Dale W Russell (University of California) and Peter C Neijens (University of Amsterdam). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 05: Resistance to ritual practice: Exploring perceptions of others (137.3KB) Resistance to ritual practice: Exploring perceptions of others. Peter Nuttall (University of Bath) and Julie Tinson (University of Stirling). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 06: Consumer resistance between conflict and cooperation: The extreme case of orphan drugs (205.7KB) Consumer resistance between conflict and cooperation: The extreme case of orphan drugs. Isabelle Chalamon (Centre de Recherche CEREN). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 07: The (post-human) consumer, the (post-avian) chicken and the (post-object) Eglu: Towards a material-semiotics of anti-consumption (117.2KB) The (post-human) consumer, the (post-avian) chicken and the (post-object) Eglu: Towards a material-semiotics of anti-consumption. Shona Bettany and Ben Kerrane (University of Bradford). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 08: Intentional non-consumption for sustainability: Consumer resistance and/or anti-consumption? (73KB) Intentional non-consumption for sustainability: Consumer resistance and/or anti-consumption? Hélène Cherrier, Iain R Black and Mike Lee. European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 09: The Freegan phenomenon: Anti-consumption or consumer resistance? (162.4KB) The Freegan phenomenon: Anti-consumption or consumer resistance? Iryna Pentina (University of Toledo) and Clinton Amos (Augusta State University). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 10: "Doing the duck": Negotiating the resistant-consumer identity (179.5KB) “Doing the duck”: Negotiating the resistant-consumer identity. Karen V Fernandez, Amanda J Brittain and Sandra D Bennett. European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 11: Consumer resistance and anti-consumption: Insights from the deviant careers of French illegal downloaders (73.4KB) Consumer resistance and anti-consumption: Insights from the deviant careers of French illegal downloaders. Renaud Garcia-Bardidia, Jean-Philippe Nau and Eric Rémy. European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 12: Consumer cynicism: From resistance to anti-consumption in a disenchanted world? (297.5KB) Consumer cynicism: From resistance to anti-consumption in a disenchanted world? Philippe Odou and Pauline de Pechpeyrou. European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
EJM Special Issue 2011 article 13: Rethinking resistance and anti-consumption behaviours in the light of the concept of deviance (222.9KB) Rethinking resistance and anti-consumption behaviours in the light of the concept of deviance. Abdelmajid Amine and Yohan Gicquel (University of Paris-Est). European Journal of Marketing, Vol 45 No 11/12, 2011. (2011)
2010 Publications from ICAR affiliates (179.5KB) 2010 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: A brief history of frugality discourses in the United States (555.8KB) A brief history of frugality discourses in the United States by Terrence H Witkowski. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Jay Handelman and Mike Lee, are pleased to present the CMC spec (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: An interdisciplinary review of resistance to consumption, some marketing interpretations, and future research suggestions (314.5KB) An interdisciplinary review of resistance to consumption, some marketing interpretations, and future research suggestions by Elif Izberk-Bilgin. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Jay (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: Anti-brand communities, negotiation of brand meaning, and the learning process: The case of Wal-Mart (269KB) Anti-brand communities, negotiation of brand meaning, and the learning process: The case of Wal-Mart by Candice R Hollenbeck and George M Zinkhan. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Ja (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: Custodian behavior: A material expression of anti-consumerism (188.5KB) Custodian behavior: A material expression of anti-consumerism by Hélène Cherrier. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Jay Handelman and Mike Lee, are pleased to present the CMC special (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: Editorial: Don't read this; or, who cares what the hell anti-consumption is, anyways? (394.6KB) Editorial: Don't read this; or, who cares what the hell anti-consumption is, anyways? by Rob Kozinets, Jay Handelman, Mike Lee. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Jay Handelman and Mik (2010)
CMC Special Issue 2010 article: Living production-engaged alternatives: An examination of new consumption communities (590.8KB) Living production-engaged alternatives: An examination of new consumption communities by Caroline Moraes, Isabelle Szmigin and Marylyn Carrigan. CMC Special Issue 2010: Consumption Markets and Culture (CMC), along with guest editors, Robert Kozinets, Jay (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 official programme and proceedings document (1508.9KB) In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture into the Northern Hemisphere, at Euromed in Marseille, France (25 and 26 June), in affiliation with the French National Research Agency and French Marketing Association, and generousl (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 1: The intellectual structure of the anticonsumption and consumer resistance field: An author co-citation analysis (885.5KB) Paper 1: The intellectual structure of the anticonsumption and consumer resistance field: An author co-citation analysis, Marco Galvagno, University of Catania, Italy. In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture into the Northe (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 12: Ideology, evidence and anti-consumption: A rhetorical analysis of responses to obesity prevention measures (251.5KB) Paper 12: Ideology, evidence and anti-consumption: A rhetorical analysis of responses to obesity prevention measures. Janet Hoek, Department of Marketing, University of Otago, New Zealand, Rachael McLean, Department of Medicine, University of Otago, New Z (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 13: Anti-consumption as a means of saving jobs. Why consumers boycott companies that close down factories (140KB) Paper 13: Anti-consumption as a means of saving jobs. Why consumers boycott companies that close down factories. Stefan Hoffmann, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany. In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture in (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 16: Deviance, resistance and consumption (210.7KB) Paper 16: Deviance, resistance and consumption. Yohan Gicquel, IRG - University Paris-Est, Abdelmajid Amine, IRG - University Paris-Est. In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture into the Northern Hemisphere, at Euromed in M (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 17: Consumer cynicism: from resistance to anti-consumption in a disenchanted world? (756.2KB) Paper 17: Consumer cynicism: from resistance to anti-consumption in a disenchanted world? Philippe Odou, Faculté de Finance Banque Comptabilité, Université Lille Nord de France, Pauline de Pechpeyrou, Institut de Management de le la Distribution, Universi (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 19: The boundaries of anticonsumerism: Breaking the glass floor (1251.8KB) Paper 19: The boundaries of anticonsumerism: Breaking the glass floor. Mathilde Szuba, University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Nil Ozcaglar-Toulouse, University Lille, Nord de France, Lille School of Management, Research Center (LSMRC), L (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 2: Anti-consumption and consumer resistance: A conceptual review (1820.1KB) Paper 2: Anti-consumption and consumer resistance: A conceptual review. Meng-Kuan Lai, Business Administration Department, National Cheng Kung University,Taiwan, Bayu Aji Aritejo, Business Administration Department, National Cheng Kung University,Taiwan. (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 20: Consumer resistance to green innovations: the case of natural gas vehicles (503.3KB) Paper 20: Consumer resistance to green innovations: the case of natural gas vehicles. Klaus-Peter Wiedmann, Nadine Hennigs, Lars Pankalla, Martin Kassubek, Barbara Seegebarth, Institute of Marketing and Management, Leibniz University of Hannover, Hannover (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 21: Differences in the ideologies of slow food supporters (1061.9KB) Paper 21: Differences in the ideologies of slow food supporters. Miranda Mirosa, Marketing Department, University of Otago, New Zealand, Rob Lawson, Marketing Department, University of Otago, New Zealand, Ben Wooliscroft, Marketing Department, University (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 22: The (post-human) consumer, the (post-avian) chicken and the (post-object) Eglu: towards a material-semiotics of anticonsumption (96.6KB) Paper 22: The (post-human) consumer, the (post-avian) chicken and the (post-object) Eglu: towards a material-semiotics of anticonsumption. Shona Bettany, Ben Kerrane, Bradford University School of Management, Bradford, UK. In 2010, ICAR held its third int (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 23: From consumer resistance to anti-consumption? Insights from downloaders' careers (50.9KB) Paper 23: From consumer resistance to anti-consumption? Insights from downloaders' careers. Renaud Garcia-Bardidia, Université, Nancy 2, IUT Epinal, CEREFIGE, Jean-Philippe Nau, Université Nancy 2, IAE, CEREFIGE, Nancy, France, Eric Rémy, Université Rouen (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 24: Resistance to ritual practice: Exploring perceptions of others (186.2KB) Paper 24: Resistance to ritual practice: Exploring perceptions of others. Pete Nuttall, School of Management, University of Bath, Bath, UK, Julie Tinson, Marketing Division, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling, Stirling, UK. In 2010, ICAR h (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 25: Parents' resistance to marketing influence attempts on their children: identification of motivations and manifestations (281.6KB) Paper 25: Parents' resistance to marketing influence attempts on their children: identification of motivations and manifestations. Lydiane Nabec, Université Paris-Sud, Paris, PESOR, France, Isabelle Fontaine, IRG - University Paris-Est. In 2010, ICAR held (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 3: Consumer resistance and/or anti-consumption? An analysis of nonconsumption in sustainable practices (61.7KB) Paper 3: Consumer resistance and/or anti-consumption? An analysis of nonconsumption in sustainable practices. Hélène Cherrier, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, Iain Black, The University of Sydney, Australia, Michael S W Lee, The University of Au (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 5: "Have you heard that…" Anti-consumption morals of urban legends (797.4KB) Paper 5: "Have you heard that…" Anti-consumption morals of urban legends, Stefano Pace, Università Bocconi, Milan, Italy. In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture into the Northern Hemisphere, at Euromed in Marseille, France (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 6: Privileging localism and visualising nationhood in anti-consumption (309.8KB) Paper 6: Privileging localism and visualising nationhood in anti-consumption. Rohit Varman, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India, Russell W. Belk, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada. In 2010, ICAR held its third inter (2010)
ICAR Symposium 2010 presentation: Paper 8: The Freegan phenomenon: Anti-Consumption or consumer resistance? (827.9KB) Paper 8: The Freegan phenomenon: Anti-Consumption or consumer resistance? Iryna Pentina, University of Toledo, USA, Clinton Amos, Augusta State University, USA. In 2010, ICAR held its third international symposium, and first venture into the Northern Hemi (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Anti-consumption as part of living a sustainable lifestyle: Daily practices, contextual motivations and subjective values (132.4KB) Anti-consumption as part of living a sustainable lifestyle: Daily practices, contextual motivations and subjective values by Iain R Black and Hélène Cherrier. (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Anti-consumption in East Germany: Consumer resistance to hyper consumption (116.4KB) Anti-consumption in East Germany: Consumer resistance to hyper consumption by Pia A Albinsson, Marco Wolf and Dennis A Kopf. Consumption resistance of ‘‘cheap and low-quality’’ goods experienced by consumers living in former East Germany. (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: On conflicted Swedish consumers, the effort to stop shopping and neoliberal environmental governance (128.7KB) On conflicted Swedish consumers, the effort to stop shopping and neoliberal environmental governance by Cindy Isenhour. (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Proscription and its impact on anti-consumption behaviour and attitudes: The case of plastic bags (121.1KB) Proscription and its impact on anti-consumption behaviour and attitudes: The case of plastic bags by Anne Sharp, Stine Høj and Meagan Wheeler. (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Sharing as a form of anti-consumption? An examination of toy library users (104.2KB) Sharing as a form of anti-consumption? An examination of toy library users by Lucie K Ozanne and Paul W Ballantine. (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Sustainability through anti-consumption (71.6KB) Editorial: Sustainability through anti-consumption by Iain Black. What can be done, what can anti-consumption research teach consumers, businesses, governments, charities, etc to do? (2010)
JCB special issue 2010: Why don't consumers consume ethically? (100.7KB) Why don't consumers consume ethically? by Giana M Eckhardt, Russell Belk and Timothy M Devinney. Many consumers profess to want to avoid unethical offerings in the marketplace yet few act on this inclination. (2010)
2009 Publications from ICAR affiliates (154.1KB) 2009 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: An evaluation of strategic responses to consumer boycotts (217.5KB) An evaluation of strategic responses to consumer boycotts by Yuksel and Mryteza. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Anti-Consumption and brand avoidance (231.9KB) Anti-consumption and brand avoidance by Lee, Motion, and Conroy. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfully br (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Anti-consumption discourses and consumer-resistant identities (210.3KB) Anti-consumption discourses and consumer-resistant identities by Cherrier. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium succe (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Anti-consumption: An overview and research agenda (121.9KB) Anti-consumption: An overview and research agenda by Lee, Fernandez, and Hyman. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Consumer boycotts due to factory relocation (347.4KB) Consumer boycotts due to factory relocation by Hoffmann and Mueller. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfull (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Demarketing tobacco through governmental policies – the 4Ps revisited (269.9KB) Demarketing tobacco through governmental policies – the 4Ps revisited by Shiu, Hassan, and Walsh. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zeala (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Managing anti-consumption in an excessive drinking culture (199.5KB) Managing anti-consumption in an excessive drinking culture by Piacentini and Banister. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The sym (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Mapping symbolic (anti-) consumption (494.1KB) Mapping symbolic (anti-) consumption by Hogg, Banister, and Stephenson. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successf (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Market-resistance and Valentine's Day events by Close and Zinkhan (178.7KB) Market-resistance and Valentine's Day events by Close and Zinkhan. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfully (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Politically motivated brand rejection (211.8KB) Politically motivated brand rejection by Sandikci and Ekici. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfully brough (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Purpose and object of anti-consumption (261.7KB) Purpose and object of anti-consumption by Iyer and Muncy. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfully brought t (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Reprisal, retribution and requital: Investigating customer retaliation (295KB) Reprisal, retribution and requital: Investigating customer retaliation by Funches, Markley and Davis. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Z (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Social marketing: A pathway to consumption reduction? (243.6KB) Social marketing: A pathway to consumption reduction? by Peattie and Peattie. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium su (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: The rejection of brand hegemony (434.7KB) The rejection of brand hegemony by Cromie and Ewing. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The symposium successfully brought togeth (2009)
JBR Special Issue 2009 article: Underdog Consumption: An Exploration into Meanings and Motives (241.9KB) Underdog Consumption: An Exploration into Meanings and Motives by McGinnis and Gentry. Journal of Business Research (JBR) Special Issue 2009. In June 2006, ICAR held its first symposium at The University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand. The sym (2009)
2008 Publications from ICAR affiliates (152.1KB) 2008 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2008)
2007 Publications from ICAR affiliates (148.3KB) 2007 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2007)
2006 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.3KB) 2006 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2006)
2006 Publications from ICAR affiliates (177.6KB) 2006 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Brand avoidance: The anti-consumption of brands (12.1KB) Brand avoidance: The anti-consumption of brands Mike Lee, The University of Auckland Business School, NZ. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organised to follo (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Brand encroachment on sub-cultural space: Multiple views of authenticity (18KB) Brand encroachment on sub-cultural space: Multiple views of authenticity - Michael Beverland, University of Melbourne. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organ (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Conceptualisng and investigating the undesired self and distastes in (anti-) consumption (17.9KB) Conceptualisng and investigating the undesired self and distastes in (anti-) consumption Margaret Hogg, Lancaster University Management School, UK. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Ze (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Consumption Jiu-Jitsu: Using their own tools against them (9.7KB) Consumption Jiu-Jitsu: Using their own tools against them Richard Wilk, Indiana University. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organised to follow the ACR Asia (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Cultivating alternative self-schemas and lifestyles: resisting the normativity of consumerism (12.1KB) Cultivating alternative self-schemas and lifestyles: resisting the normativity of consumerism Joseph Rumbo, James Madison University, Virginia. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Frugal materialists (8.9KB) Frugal materialists John Lastovicka, W P Carey School of Business, Arizona. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organised to follow the ACR Asia Pacific Confere (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Hyper consumerism, the real cost of a bargain (10.2KB) Hyper consumerism, the real cost of a bargain - Warren Snow, Envision New Zealand. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organised to follow the ACR Asia Pacific (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Sewing society? Stitch'n'bitch, cyberfeminism and the new materiality (or why cybergrrrls do plain and purls) (9.8KB) Sewing society? Stitch'n'bitch, cyberfeminism and the new materiality (or why cybergrrrls do plain and purls) Stella Minahan, Deakin University, Melbourne. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: The deinstitutionalisation of plastic bag consumption: A consensus between consumer rights and moral obligations (13KB) The deinstitutionalisation of plastic bag consumption: A consensus between consumer rights and moral obligations Hélène Cherrier, University of Sydney. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: The feel-good society: How the "customer" metaphor is undermining American education, religion, media and healthcare (10.5KB) The feel-good society: How the "customer" metaphor is undermining American education, religion, media and healthcare Jim Hutton, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathe (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: Why not share rather than own? (10.2KB) Why not share rather than own? - Russell Belk, University of Utah. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposium was organised to follow the ACR Asia Pacific Conference in Sy (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation abstract: You don't have to be paranoid to shop here but being sceptical helps: Empowered New Zealand consumers past and present? (21.5KB) You don't have to be paranoid to shop here but being sceptical helps: Empowered New Zealand consumers past and present? Deirdre Shaw, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering (2006)
ICAR Symposium 2006 presentation: Anti-consumption: Concept clarification and changing consumption behaviour Margaret Craig-Lees (11.9KB) Anti-consumption: Concept clarification and changing consumption behaviour Margaret Craig-Lees, Auckland University of Technology. The International Centre for Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) held its first gathering in Auckland, New Zealand. The symposi (2006)
2005 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (29.1KB) 2005 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2005)
2004 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28.7KB) 2004 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2004)
2004 Publications from ICAR affiliates (184.3KB) 2004 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2004)
2003 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28.9KB) 2003 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2003)
2003 Publications from ICAR affiliates (166.6KB) 2003 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2003)
2002 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (30.7KB) 2002 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2002)
2002 Publications from ICAR affiliates (167.5KB) 2002 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2002)
2001 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (30.4KB) 2001 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2001)
2001 Publications from ICAR affiliates (140.3KB) 2001 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2001)
2000 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28.5KB) 2000 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (2000)
2000 Publications from ICAR affiliates (138.1KB) 2000 Publications from ICAR affiliates (2000)
1999 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28KB) 1999 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1999)
1999 Publications from ICAR affiliates (164KB) 1999 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1999)
1998 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (29.1KB) 1998 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1998)
1998 Publications from ICAR affiliates (164KB) 1998 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1998)
1997 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28KB) 1997 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1997)
1997 Publications from ICAR affiliates (137.6KB) 1997 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1997)
1996 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1996 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1996)
1996 Publications from ICAR affiliates (137.6KB) 1996 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1996)
1995 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1995 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1995)
1994 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1994 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1994)
1994 Publications from ICAR affiliates (137.7KB) 1994 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1994)
1993 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.4KB) 1993 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1993)
1992 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.1KB) 1992 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1992)
1991 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.3KB) 1991 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1990)
1989 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (28.1KB) 1989 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1989)
1989 Publications from ICAR affiliates (137.7KB) 1989 Publications from ICAR affiliates (1989)
1988 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.2KB) 1988 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1988)
1987 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.5KB) 1987 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1987)
1985 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.2KB) 1985 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1985)
1984 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.9KB) 1984 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1984)
1983 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1983 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1983)
1982 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1982 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1982)
1981 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1981 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1981)
1980 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1980 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1980)
1978 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1978 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1978)
1975 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27.1KB) 1975 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1975)
1972 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.7KB) 1972 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1972)
1971 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (27KB) 1971 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1971)
1970 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1970 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1970)
1969 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (26.8KB) 1969 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1969)
1967 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (37.3KB) 1967 ICAR Reading material on the topic of anti-consumption (1967)
2005 Publications from ICAR affiliates (166.9KB) 2005 Publications from ICAR affiliates


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