TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 41(4)

Coping with crises: Consumption and social resilience on markets
Sebastian Koos, Triin Vihalemm and Margit Keller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Resilient practices of consumption in times of crisis—Biographical interviews with members of vulnerable households in Germany
Marie Boost and Lars Meier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumption, crisis, and coping strategies of lower class families in Brazil: A sociological account
Rodrigo B. Castilhos, Marcelo J. Fonseca and Vera Bavaresco [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“I think the middle class is disappearing”: Crisis perceptions and consumption patterns in Spain
Luis Enrique Alonso, Carlos J. Fernández Rodríguez and Rafael Ibáñez Rojo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Rethinking prices during an economic crisis: Calculation as a new mode of consumer behaviour in Russia
Elena Berdysheva and Regina Romanova [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Antecedents of consumer price consciousness in a turbulent economy
Daniel P. Hampson and Peter J. McGoldrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Beyond the market—New practices of supply in times of crisis: The example community-supported agriculture
Birgit Blättel-Mink, Moritz Boddenberg, Lenard Gunkel, Sarah Schmitz and Franziska Vaessen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Communicating social support during crises at the farmers’ market: A social exchange approach to understanding customer-farmer communal relationships
Benjamin Garner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

De-ownership orientation and collaborative consumption during turbulent economic times
Arto Lindblom and Taru Lindblom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Recomposition and levelling of consumption expenditures across four economic shocks in Russia, 1994–2014
Zoya Kotelnikova and Vadim Radaev [Publisher] [Google Scholar]