Australasian Interpretive/CCT Workshop


Australasian Interpretive and Consumer Culture Theory Workshop, Brisbane, 30 Nov 2014, Chairs Jan Brace?Govan and Ekant Veer

The inaugural Australasian Interpretive and Consumer Culture Theory Workshop will be held in Brisbane, Australia on Sunday 30th November – the day before ANZMAC starts. This is a great opportunity for staff at all levels, and doctoral students, to come along and find out more about Interpretive Research. The workshop is supported by the Consumer Culture Theory Consortium (CCTC) and sponsored by the Association for Consumer Research through its conference grants program.

Beyond Consumer Research: Applying a Cultural Lens to Study Markets Dr. Julien Cayla

Networked Article Writing: Building Assemblages of Interest Around Your Ideas A/Professor Markus Giesler

Visual and Projective Methods in CCT Research Professor Russell Belk

Future Directions in Netnography Professor Robert V. Kozinets

Trends in Qualitative Consumer and Marketing Research Professor Eileen Fischer

Where to from here? Panel Session Professor Margo Buchanan-Oliver; A/Professor Marylouise Caldwell; A/Professor Karen Fernandez; A/Professor Paul Henry; A/Professor Diane Martin; Professor John Schouten

VENUE: Griffith South Bank campus

COST: $180 Registration through ANZMAC conference website