TOC: J Bus Res

Introduction

Journal of Business Research, 69(1)

Special section on Leaving Pleasantville

Leaving Pleasantville: Macro/micro, public/private, conscious/non-conscious, volitional/imposed, and permanent/ephemeral transformations beyond everyday life
Carol M. Megehee, Eunju Ko, Russell W. Belk [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Pursuing upward transformation: The construction of a progressing self among dominated consumers
Rodrigo B. Castilhos, Marcelo J. Fonseca [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Craft consumption and consumer transformation in a transmodern era
Esi A. Elliot [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mini-miracles: Transformations of self from consumption of the Lourdes pilgrimage
Leighanne Higgins, Kathy Hamilton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Transformation as reversion to fitrah: Muslim Maori women’s self-transformation through reflexive consumption
Djavlonbek Kadirov, Nilufar Allayarova, Aisha Wood Boulanouar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The transition of the self through the Arab Spring in Egypt and Libya
Ahmed Al-Abdin, Dianne Dean, John D. Nicholson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Becoming sensory disabled: Exploring self-transformation through rites of passage
Anthony Beudaert, Nil Özçaglar-Toulouse, Meltem Türe [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Transition of self: Repositioning the celebrity brand through social media—The case of Elizabeth Gilbert
Raechel Johns, Rebecca English [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mastering survivorship: How brands facilitate the transformation to heroic survivor
Candice R. Hollenbeck, Vanessa M. Patrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Oneself for another: The construction of intimacy in a world of strangers
Pilar Rojas Gaviria [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“God, I have so many ashtrays!” Dependences and dependencies in consumer–possession relationships
Julie Masset, Alain Decrop [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Transforming beyond self: Fluidity of parent identity in family decision-making
Joy Parkinson, Danielle Gallegos, Rebekah Russell-Bennett [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Re-imagining the utopian: Transformation of a sustainable lifestyle in ecovillages
Soonkwan Hong, Handan Vicdan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

User-generated content about brands: Understanding its creators and consumers
Sue Vaux Halliday [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“No, I won’t eat that!” Parental self-transformation in clashes of role enactment and children’s will
Céline Del Bucchia, Lisa Peñaloza [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Dress, transformation, and conformity in the heavy rock subculture
Damien Chaney, Christina Goulding [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The luxury of igniting change by giving: Transforming yourself while transforming others’ lives
Rosa Llamas, Thyra Uth Thomsen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Turning point of transformation: Consumer communities, identity projects and becoming a serious dog hobbyist
Henna Syrjälä [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“My plastic dreams”: Towards an extended understanding of materiality and the shaping of consumer identities
Marcia Christina Ferreira, Daiane Scaraboto [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring reflective learning during the extended consumption of life experiences
Carmela Bosangit, Catherine Demangeot [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Transformation, transcendence, and temporality in theatrical consumption
Christina Goulding, Michael Saren [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Being sub-culturally authentic and acceptable to the mainstream: Civilizing practices and self-authentication
Michael John Healy, Michael B. Beverland [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Strategy narratives and wellbeing challenges: The role of everyday self-presentation
Chihling Liu, Debbie Isobel Keeling, Margaret K. Hogg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Subcultural escapades via music consumption: Identity transformations and extraordinary experiences in Dionysian music subcultures
Emre Ulusoy [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Narrativity, temporality, and consumer-identity transformation through tourism
Nacima Ourahmoune [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Professionalized consumption and identity transformations in the field of eSports
Yuri Seo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Next stop, Pleasure Town: Identity transformation and women’s erotic consumption
Luciana Walther, John W. Schouten [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Experiential responsible consumption
Ebru Ulusoy [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Special section on Luxury marketing from Tradition to Innovation

Pursuing the concept of luxury: Introduction to the JBR Special Issue on “Luxury Marketing from Tradition to Innovation”
Jean-Louis Chandon, Gilles Laurent, Pierre Valette-Florence [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Narrative-transportation storylines in luxury brand advertising: Motivating consumer engagement
Jae-Eun Kim, Stephen Lloyd, Marie-Cécile Cervellon [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The impact of attitude functions on luxury brand consumption: An age-based group comparison
Michael Schade, Sabrina Hegner, Florian Horstmann, Nora Brinkmann [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Customer commitment to luxury brands: Antecedents and consequences
Paurav Shukla, Madhumita Banerjee, Jaywant Singh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Where do consumers think luxury begins? A study of perceived minimum price for 21 luxury goods in 7 countries
Jean-Noël Kapferer, Gilles Laurent [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How price display influences consumer luxury perceptions
Béatrice Parguel, Thierry Delécolle, Pierre Valette-Florence [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A typology of brand counterfeiting and imitation based on a semiotic approach
André Le Roux, François Bobrie, Marinette Thébault [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The standardization-localization dilemma of brand communications for luxury fashion retailers’ internationalization into China
Sindy Liu, Patsy Perry, Christopher Moore, Gary Warnaby [Publisher] [Google Scholar]