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This article explores popular psychology as a transnational moral grammar. Academic debates have been sharply critical of popular psychology, and they have emphasised its association with neoliberal capitalism’s narratives of social relationships. However, scholarship on popular psychology has...
Although extant consumer acculturation research has investigated the acculturative effect of various ideological and institutional contexts, it has devoted minimal attention to how spatial structural conditions, in particular state-subsidized spaces, affect the consumer acculturation experiences...
This paper is an attempt to bridge the embodiment-related theoretical frameworks to the experiences of consumers with disabilities. It draws on the interdisciplinary field of disability studies to examine how disability scholars have shifted from a poststructuralist to an embodied theorization...
This article inquires into how market researchers produce a relationship between subjects of study and objects of knowledge in consumer research. The relationship is explored through the routines that a group of market researchers use to select and exclude research subjects. Adding to studies of...
In this article, we explore the case of dark pools of liquidity, which are trading venues that do not display order books and other trading-related data. We argue that, in a context where liquidity remains essentially invisible, dark-pool providers use visual advertisements that iconically...
The following trilogy draws on the lives of those afflicted by a chronic condition and their experiences of both consuming and being consumed by their illnesses. For the patient and his or her loved ones, living with the illness is an emotional roller-coaster that involves rapid transitions...
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