Items by Elliott, Richard
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Gylling, C., Elliott, R. and Toivonen, M., 2012. Co-creation of meaning as a prerequisite for market-focused strategic flexibility. European Journal of Marketing, 46 (10), pp. 1283-1301.
Yannopoulou, N., Koronis, E. and Elliott, R., 2011. Media amplification of a brand crisis and its affect on brand trust. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (5-6), pp. 530-546.
Shankar, A., Elliott, R. and Fitchett, J. A., 2009. Identity, consumption and narratives of socialization. Marketing Theory, 9 (1), pp. 75-94.
Elliott, R. and Cova, B., 2008. Everything you always wanted to know about interpretive consumer research but were afraid to ask. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 11 (2), pp. 121-129.
Elliott, R. and Cova, B., 2008. Interpretive Consumer Research as Cultural Critique. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 11 (2), pp. 71-72.
Elliott, R. and Yannopoulou, N., 2007. The nature of trust in brands: a psychosocial model. European Journal of Marketing, 41 (9-10), pp. 988-998.
Elliott, R. and Woodruffe-Burton, H., 2005. Compensatory consumption and narrative identity theory. In: Menon, G. and Rao, A. R., eds. Advances in Consumer Research. Vol. 32. 1 ed. Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, pp. 461-465.
Elliott, R. and Millan, E., 2004. Offensive advertising, public policy and the law: the rulings on the zagorka case. Journal of Consumer Policy, 27 (4), pp. 475-494.
Elliott, R. and Patterson, M., 2002. Negotiating masculinities: advertising and the inversion of the male gaze. Consumption Markets & Culture, 5 (3), pp. 231-246.
Elliott, R., Worren, N. and Moore, K., 2002. When theories become tools: toward a framework for pragmatic validity. Human Relations, 55 (10), pp. 1227-1249.
Shankar, A., Goulding, C. 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.
Elliott, R. and Auty, S., 2001. Being like or being liked: identity vs. Approval in a social context. Advances in Consumer Research, 28 (1), pp. 235-241.
Shankar, A., Elliott, R. and Goulding, C., 2001. Understanding consumption: contributions from a narrative perspective. Journal of Marketing Management, 17 (3-4), pp. 420-453.