Practices emerge across diverse cultural and national contexts through adaptation, fueled by processes of codification and transposition.
How do brand leaders such as Vogue’s Anna Wintour or Tesla’s Elon Musk induce awe and inspiration among millions of consumers?
Authors and author teams from the Journal of Consumer Research April issue.
Platforms can strengthen a person’s abilities, rights, or authority to fulfill their objectives as a marketplace actor.
Andrew Stephen talks with Evan Weingarten and Joseph Goodman about their recent JCR meta-analysis of experiential consumption.
Editor June Cotte talks with Ju Yajin Wang and Amna Kirmani about their joint JCR research (along with Xiaolin Li).
EIC Bernd Schmitt interviews Aimee Drolet about her quantitative scale measuring preference for moderation.
Hear from Wharton’s Barbara Kahn about the future of retailing after Covid-19. What does it take for success?
By understanding the science behind why people talk and share, companies and organizations can get more word of mouth for their products and ideas.
Rules, habits, and boundaries in general are critical in establishing a healthy relationship with screens.