Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 46(4)



Three decades of halal food scholarly publications: A PubMed bibliometric network analysis
Mohamed M. Mostafa [Google Scholar]


How perceived green benefits influence multifunctional technologies’ usage
Emílio José Montero Arruda Filho [Google Scholar]

Peer influence on teenagers’ preference for brand name food products: The mediation effect of peer identity
Hongli Zhang, Ruiqin Li, Ann Veeck, Hongyan Yu [Google Scholar]

Masstige strategies on social media: The influence on sentiments and attitude toward the brand
Ricardo Godinho Bilro, Sandra Maria Correia Loureiro, Joana Fonseca dos Santos [Google Scholar]

Determinants of mobile social media use, customer heterogeneity, and international microsegmentation
Xingting Ju, Oscar Martín Martín, Raquel Chocarro [Google Scholar]

Study on the effect of text direction and temporal focus on advertising persuasiveness
Yue Xi, Yudie Wang, Yushi Jiang, Yedi Wang [Google Scholar]

Developing food literacy in young children in the home environment
Sanjeewa Wijayaratne, Kate Westberg, Mike Reid, Anthony Worsley [Google Scholar]

The influence of inner packaging’s number cue on consumption
Yufang Jin, Xiaoxia Xu, Leon Zurawicki, Raymond Liu [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ motivations for adopting a vegan diet: A mixed‐methods approach
Mahsa Ghaffari, Padmali Gawri Kumari Rodrigo, Yuksel Ekinci, Giovanni Pino [Google Scholar]

What is this accent? Effects of accent and language in international advertising contexts
Michel Laroche, Rong Li, Marie-Odile Richard, Lu Xu [Google Scholar]

Gender differences in financial knowledge overconfidence among older adults
Kyoung Tae Kim, Sunwoo Lee, Hohyun Kim [Google Scholar]

Effect of customer’s perception on service robot acceptance
Yi Li, Chongli Wang [Google Scholar]

Think eco, be eco? The tension between attitudes and behaviours of millennial fashion consumers
Hannah May Cairns, Elaine L. Ritch, Claire Bereziat [Google Scholar]

Value co‐creation and co‐destruction behaviour: Relationship with basic human values and personality traits
Olabode Ogunbodede, Savvas Papagiannidis, Eleftherios Alamanos [Google Scholar]

Shop at your own risk? Consumer activities in fashion e‐commerce
Ulla-Maija Sutinen, Hannu Saarijärvi, Mika Yrjölä [Google Scholar]

Antecedents and moderators of consumer adoption toward AR‐enhanced virtual try‐on technology: A stimulus‐organism‐response approach
Hanna Lee, Yingjiao Xu, Anne Porterfield [Google Scholar]

Online value co‐creation activities in three management domains: The role of climate and personal needs
Aihui Chen, Yu Jin, Mengqi Xiang, Yaobin Lu [Google Scholar]

Using eye‐movements to assess underlying factors in online purchasing behaviors
Rebecca L. Johnson, Devika Nambiar, Gabriella Suman [Google Scholar]

Like it or not! Brand communication on social networking sites triggers consumer‐based brand equity
Vikas Arya, Justin Paul, Deepa Sethi [Google Scholar]

The sources of the many faces of consumer smartphone attachment: A value‐in‐use perspective
Stefanie Sohn, Evmorfia Karampournioti, Klaus-Peter Wiedmann, Wolfgang Fritz [Google Scholar]

Satisfying the online food crave: The case of online food aggregators
Maya F. Farah, Zahy Ramadan, Jana Kanso [Google Scholar]

Observational learning: Influence of regulatory focus, knowledge, and summarized observable recommendations on consumer decision outcomes in an online environment
Ashutosh Patil, Naresh K. Malhotra, Moutusy Maity [Google Scholar]

The connection of attachment and self‐gifting for the disconnection of loneliness across cultures
Cindy B. Rippé, Brent Smith, Suri Weisfeld-Spolter [Google Scholar]

Does psychological distance and religiosity influence fraudulent customer behaviour?
Shavneet Sharma, Gurmeet Singh, Loveleen Gaur, Rashmini Sharma [Google Scholar]

The profile of future consumer with microchip implant: Habits and characteristics
Anja Žnidaršič, Alenka Baggia, Borut Werber [Google Scholar]