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Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 41(2)


Research Articles

How Marketer Actions Influence Persuasion Knowledge: Meta-Analytic Evidence of a Nonlinear Relationship
Martin Eisend and Farid Tarrahi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Identity Management as a Coping Strategy for Stigmatization: The Case of Indian Sex Workers in a Libidinal Market
Nilanjana Mitra, Ronald Paul Hill, Himadri Roy Chaudhuri, and Anindita Chaudhuri [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Special Section: Food and Food Waste

Commentary: Food and Food Waste: Spinning a Two-Sided Coin
Lisa E. Bolton and Rebecca Walker Reczek [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Framings of Food Waste: How Food System Stakeholders Are Responsibilized in Public Policy Debate
Nina Mesiranta, Elina Närvänen, and Malla Mattila [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How Communications That Portray Unhealthy Food Consumption Reduce Food Intake Among Dieters
Mia M. Birau, Diogo Hildebrand, and Carolina O.C. Werle [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When Detailed Information Works Better: Comparison of Three- and Five-Color/Letter Front-of-Package Nutrition Labels
Carolina O.C. Werle, Amanda Pruski Yamim, Olivier Trendel, Kévin Roche, and Perrine Nadaud [Publisher] [Google Scholar]