TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 39(5)

Consumption, lifestyle and social movements
Stefan Wahlen and Mikko Laamanen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

From targets to recruits: the status of consumers within the political consumption movement
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Political consumption, conventional politics, and high cultural capital
Shyon Baumann, Athena Engman and Josée Johnston [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘Voting with dollars’: a cross-polity and multilevel analysis of political consumerism
Xinzhi Zhang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fair trade consumers in Portugal: values and lifestyles
Sandra Lima Coelho [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Young Finnish and German consumers’ furniture acquisition – wooden, inherited or just low price?
Inkeri Hakala, Minna Autio and Anne Toppinen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Growing a lifestyle movement? Exploring identity-work and lifestyle politics in urban food cultivation
Karin Dobernig and Sigrid Stagl [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mobilising collaborative consumption lifestyles: a comparative frame analysis of time banking
Mikko Laamanen, Stefan Wahlen and Mario Campana [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Faces of sustainability in Italian ecovillages: food as ‘contact zone’
Alice Brombin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Social media as a tool for social movements: the effect of social media use and social capital on intention to participate in social movements
Hyesun Hwang and Kee-Ok Kim [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Western solidarity with Pussy Riot and the Twittering of cosmopolitan selves
Frank Weij, Pauwke Berkers and Jiska Engelbert [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Share, like and achieve: the power of Facebook to reach health-related goals
Alicia de la Peña and Claudia Quintanilla [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The transformation of consumer movements through democratization and the development of civil society in Taiwan
I-Liang Wahn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer cynicism: developing a scale to measure underlying attitudes influencing marketplace shaping and withdrawal behaviours
Amanda E. Helm, Julie Guidry Moulard and Marsha Richins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Paradoxes of sustainable food and consumer coping strategies: a comparative study in France and Italy
Romina Moruzzi and Lucie Sirieix [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bringing together scattered and localized actors: political consumerism as a tool for self-organizing anti-mafia communities
Francesca Forno [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Rethinking the concept of consumer empowerment: recognizing consumers as citizens
Lindsay McShane and Cameron Sabadoz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Civic, cooperative or contrived? a functional approach to political consumerism motivations
Melissa R. Gotlieb [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effect of materialism and proximity of clothing to self on the ratio of feeling younger: implications for the consumption experiences of older people in Turkey
Volkan Dogan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]