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Szmigin, Isabelle [WorldCat Identities]

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Findings - Although for some of these consumers voluntary simplicity seems to have reinstated the enjoyment of life, certain goals remain unfulfilled and other unexpected issues arise, such as the challenges of mobility in the attainment of environmental goals. Mainstream consumers' attitudes to the practices of such communities could prove useful for uncovering real consumer needs. All papers included in the e-book have been subjected to a rigorous review process by internationally renowned experts in the field 1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 396 WorldCat member libraries worldwide The community concept has a long history and a prominent place in sociological thinking, yet remains a contentious concept. Findings — It is suggested that through their resistance and empowerment, as well as a reconnection to production, the communities are able to implement alternatives to the wasteful practices of mainstream consumption behaviour, and achieve partial autonomy from the hegemonic forces of the market. The methodology can be broadly classified as critical ethnography, and a multi-locale approach has been used in designing the field.

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This e-book explores the diversity of current research on community and consumption, investigating, for example, imagined communities, consumption as community action and, conversely, the limitations of the notion of community. This e-book explores the diversity of current research on community and consumption, investigating, for example, imagined communities, consumption as community action and, conversely, the limitations of the notion of community by Isabelle Szmigin Book 1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Presenting a brand new approach to teaching consumer behaviour, Szmigin and Piacentini move beyond traditional psychological learning to acknowledge more holistic perspectives of consumer behaviour and incorporate new areas of research, such as Consumer Culture Theory, which are enhancing our understanding of this fascinating subject. The extent to which such communities influence mainstream consumers could be studied both quantitatively and qualitatively. Mainstream consumers' attitudes to the practices of such communities could prove useful for uncovering real consumer needs. These features bring together the themes discussed and encourage students to engage with the material on a more practical level by Colin Williams 1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The community concept has a long history and a prominent place in sociological thinking, yet remains a contentious concept. Practical implications - Despite these communities position in the extreme end of the voluntary simplicity spectrum, their role in shaping the practices and attitudes of other consumers is clear.

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communities and consumption bekin carole carrigan marylyn szmigin isabelle

Practical implications - Despite these communities position in the extreme end of the voluntary simplicity spectrum, their role in shaping the practices and attitudes of other consumers is clear. Findings - Although for some of these consumers voluntary simplicity seems to have reinstated the enjoyment of life, certain goals remain unfulfilled and other unexpected issues arise, such as the challenges of mobility in the attainment of environmental goals. Findings - Although for some of these consumers voluntary simplicity seems to have reinstated the enjoyment of life, certain goals remain unfulfilled and other unexpected issues arise, such as the challenges of mobility in the attainment of environmental goals. The extent to which such communities influence mainstream consumers could be studied both quantitatively and qualitatively. Theory is firmly set in context for students through extensive use of international examples and extended cases on topics such as repertoire shopping in China, lifestyles of Indian consumers, and learning about brands through Havaianas in Brazil. Mainstream consumers' attitudes to the practices of such communities could prove useful for uncovering real consumer needs.

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Communities and consumption (eBook, 2007) [janagana.in]

communities and consumption bekin carole carrigan marylyn szmigin isabelle

Mainstream consumers' attitudes to the practices of such communities could prove useful for uncovering real consumer needs. Practical implications - Despite these communities position in the extreme end of the voluntary simplicity spectrum, their role in shaping the practices and attitudes of other consumers is clear. The methodology can be broadly classified as critical ethnography, and a multi-locale approach has been used in designing the field. Findings — It is suggested that through their resistance and empowerment, as well as a reconnection to production, the communities are able to implement alternatives to the wasteful practices of mainstream consumption behaviour, and achieve partial autonomy from the hegemonic forces of the market. The latest behavioural, psychological and sociological approaches are presented alongside emerging techniques, such as neuromarketing, with their application to marketing explicitly drawn out. It is the outcome of the efforts and contributions of several authors and reviewers who are passionate supporters of the overwhelming need for international marketing ethics. The methodology can be broadly classified as critical ethnography, and a multi-locale approach has been used in designing the field.

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Communities and consumption — Coventry University

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The extent to which such communities influence mainstream consumers could be studied both quantitatively and qualitatively. The methodology can be broadly classified as critical ethnography, and a multi-locale approach has been used in designing the field. . The extent to which such communities influence mainstream consumers could be studied both quantitatively and qualitatively. Journal International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy — Emerald Publishing Published: Jan 1, 2006 Keywords: Consumers; Empowerment; Waste; Ethnography. Findings - Although for some of these consumers voluntary simplicity seems to have reinstated the enjoyment of life, certain goals remain unfulfilled and other unexpected issues arise, such as the challenges of mobility in the attainment of environmental goals.

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Empowerment, waste and new consumption communities

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Practical implications - Despite these communities position in the extreme end of the voluntary simplicity spectrum, their role in shaping the practices and attitudes of other consumers is clear. . . . .

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Communities and consumption — Coventry University

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Defying marketing sovereignty: Voluntary simplicity at new consumption communities — Coventry University

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