Items by Shankar, Avi
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Marder, B., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Thirlaway, K., 2016. Strength matters:self-presentation to the strongest audience rather than lowest common denominator when faced with multiple audiences in social network sites. Computers in Human Behavior, 61, pp. 52-62.
Marder, B., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Houghton, D., 2016. The extended ‘chilling effect’ of Facebook:the cold reality of ubiquitous social networking. Computers in Human Behavior, 60, pp. 582-592. Item availability may be restricted.
Marder, B., Houghton, D., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Eleanor, B., 2016. Understanding the psychological process of avoidance-based self-regulation on Facebook. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 19 (5), pp. 321-327.
Shankar, A., 2016. Post-dualistic consumer research:nature-cultures and cyborg consumption. In: Canniford, R. and Bajde, D., eds. Assembling Consumption. Abingdon, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 135-152.
Bailey, L., Griffin, C. and Shankar, A., 2015. “Not a good look”: Impossible dilemmas for young women negotiating the culture of intoxication in the UK. Substance Use & Misuse, 50 (6), pp. 747-758.
Shankar, A., 2014. Don't share the topless ad on my timeline:Impression management & the multiple audience effect. In: European Marketing Academy Conference, 2014-06-03 - 2014-06-06, Spain.
Shankar, A., 2014. An investigation into self-regulation offline associated with multiple audiences present on Facebbok. In: European Association for Social Psychology, 2014-07-09 - 2014-07-12, Holland.
Shankar, A., 2014. I want to share this 'sexy' ad but my boss is watching. In: Academy of Marketing Science, 2014-05-21 - 2014-05-23.
Goulding, C., Shankar, A. and Canniford, R., 2013. Learning to be tribal:facilitating the formation of consumer tribes. European Journal of Marketing, 47 (5/6), pp. 813-832.
Canniford, R. and Shankar, A., 2013. Purifying practices:how consumers assemble romantic experiences of nature. Journal of Consumer Research, 39 (5), pp. 1051-1069.
Marder, B., Joinson, A. and Shankar, A., 2012. Every post you make, every pic you take, I'll be watching you: Behind social spheres on facebook. In: 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS), 2012. IEEE, pp. 859-868.
Goulding, C. and Shankar, A., 2011. Club culture, neotribalism and ritualised behaviour. Annals of Tourism Research, 38 (4), pp. 1435-1453.
Veer, E. and Shankar, A., 2011. Forgive me, Father, for I did not give full justification for my sins:how religious consumers justify the acquisition of material wealth. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (5-6), pp. 547-560.
Nuttall, P., Shankar, A., Beverland, M. B. and Hooper, C. S., 2011. Mapping the unarticulated potential of qualitative research stepping out from the shadow of quantitative studies. Journal of Advertising Research, 51 (1), pp. 153-166.
Shankar, A., 2011. Sustain-Ability:Consumer Competence in Sustainable Consumption Practices. In: Consumer Culture Theory Conference, 2011-07-07 - 2011-07-10.
Naidoo, R., Shankar, A. and Veer, E., 2011. The consumerist turn in higher education:policy aspirations and outcomes. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (11-12), pp. 1142-1162.
Shankar, A., 2010. Kiwiana:Brands and the Construction of national Identity. In: European Association of Consumer Research, 2010-06-30 - 2010-07-02, Royal Holloway.
Evans, A., Riley, S. and Shankar, A., 2010. Postfeminist Heterotopias:negotiating ‘safe’ and ‘seedy’ in the British sex shop space. European Journal of Women's Studies, 17 (3), pp. 1-19.
Evans, A., Riley, S. and Shankar, A., 2010. Technologies of sexiness:theorizing women's engagement in the sexualization of culture. Feminism & Psychology, 20 (1), pp. 114-131.
Shankar, A., 2010. Forthcoming. Working Weeks, Rave Weekends:Identity Fragmentation and the Emergence of New Communities. Routledge.
Shankar, A., Elliott, R. and Fitchett, J. A., 2009. Identity, consumption and narratives of socialization. Marketing Theory, 9 (1), pp. 75-94.
Shankar, A., Cherrier, H. and Canniford, R., 2006. Consumer empowerment:a Foucauldian interpretation. European Journal of Marketing, 40 (9/10), pp. 1013-1030.
Goulding, C. and Shankar, A., 2004. Age is just a number: 'rave' culture and the cognitively young 'thirty something'. European Journal of Marketing, 38 (5/6), pp. 641-658.
Goulding, C., Shankar, A. and Elliott, R., 2002. Working weeks, rave weekends:identity fragmentation and the emergence of new communities. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 5 (4), pp. 261-284.
Shankar, A. and Goulding, C., 2001. Interpretive consumer research:two more contributions to theory and practice. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 4 (1), pp. 7-16.
Shankar, A., Elliott, R. and Goulding, C., 2001. Understanding consumption: contributions from a narrative perspective. Journal of Marketing Management, 17 (3-4), pp. 429-453.
Shankar, A., 2000. Lost in music? Subjective personal introspection and popular music consumption. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 3 (1), pp. 27-37.