Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 47(1)


Impulse buying: A systematic literature review and future research directions
Artem Redine, Sameer Deshpande, Charles Jebarajakirthy, Jiraporn Surachartkumtonkun [Google Scholar]

Marketing education to international students: A systematic literature review and future research agenda
Sanjay Krishnapratap Pawar [Google Scholar]

The impact of loneliness on compliance with COVID‐19 prevention guidelines
Ainslie E. Schultz, Kevin P. Newman [Google Scholar]

Why do consumers prefer a hometown geographical indication brand? Exploring the role of consumer identification with the brand and psychological ownership
Gangren Zhang, Cheng Lu Wang, Jiaojiao Liu, Liying Zhou [Google Scholar]

Sense of belonging, international migrants’ spending, and implications for their subjective well‐being
Haiming Hang, Jing Yang Zhong [Google Scholar]

Human–machine trans roles conflict in the organization: How sensitive are customers to intelligent robots replacing the human workforce?
Artur Modliński, Paweł Fortuna, Bohdan Rożnowski [Google Scholar]

Applying the theory of reasoned action to examine consumers’ attitude and willingness to purchase organic foods
Sachin Kumar, Kamal Gupta, Ashwani Kumar, Amol Singh, Rajesh Kumar Singh [Google Scholar]

Disentangling the impact of temperature on consumers’ attitudes toward nostalgic advertising
Qiang Yang, Yanqing Lin, Hongxiu Li, Jiale Huo [Google Scholar]

Which food delivery platforms are winning the restaurant food delivery wars? Analysis from a consumer perspective
Pei-Hsuan Tsai, Wei-Hung Hsiao, Chih-Jou Chen [Google Scholar]

Effects of various medical expense characteristics on the occurrence of household debt burden
Hongcheol Choi, Jaeeon Yoo [Google Scholar]

Mediating roles of karma and self‐enhancement in the effect of religious and spiritual primes on bystanders’ reporting intention
Sidharth Muralidharan [Google Scholar]

Understanding pre‐teen consumers social media engagement
Jessica Lichy, Fraser McLeay, Claire Burdfield, Olga Matthias [Google Scholar]

Valuing less and guarding more: Consumption stewardship in restricted contexts
Andrés Barrios, Christopher P. Blocker, Shikha Upadhyaya [Google Scholar]

To use or not use: Understanding Chinese consumers’ intention toward “serving chopsticks”
Qian Chen, Rong Huang, Aiping Zhang, Yingzhi Guo [Google Scholar]

The use of smart biosensors during a food safety incident: Consumers’ cognitive‐behavioural responses and willingness to pay
Giuseppe Nocella, Junjie Wu, Simone Cerroni [Google Scholar]

Attachment styles and customers’ long‐term relationships in a service context
Smadar Frydman, Miguel Angel Moliner Tena [Google Scholar]

Effects of shared characteristics between eco‐labels: A case for organic and local food
Junhong Chen, John Lai, Xuqi Chen, Zhifeng Gao [Google Scholar]

The effect of product category on customer motivation for customer engagement behaviour
Katarzyna Żyminkowska, Jolanta Perek-Białas, Grzegorz Humenny [Google Scholar]

When transparency pays off: Enticing sceptical consumers with two‐sided advertising
José Mauro da Costa Hernandez, Murilo Carrazedo Marques da Costa Filho, Maria Paula Veronezi Strano [Google Scholar]

Disaster selfies: How ethical reminders can mitigate morally questionable consumption practices
Tugce Akin, Julia von Schuckmann [Google Scholar]

Consumption to compensate for the feeling of “loss of ownership of self” Women’s journeys through the liminal transitions of marriage
Ranjitha G. P., Anandakuttan B. Unnithan, Russell W. Belk [Google Scholar]

Theoretical underpinnings of consumers’ financial capability research
Andrea Lučić, Dajana Barbić, Marija Uzelac [Google Scholar]

A new theoretical framework of shopping motives and channel preference behaviour in the digital era
Durgesh Kumar Agrawal, Sachin Gupta [Google Scholar]

Dark financial profile leading to debt traps – A theoretical framework
Olivier Mesly, Nicolas Huck [Google Scholar]

eWOM processing from receiver perspective: Conceptualising the relationships
Tri D. Le, Linda J. Robinson, Angela R. Dobele [Google Scholar]