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Negative symbolic consumption and consumers’ drive for self‐esteem: The case of the fashion industry
EN Banister, MK Hogg
European Journal of Marketing 38 (7), 850-868, 2004
6122004
Mapping symbolic (anti-) consumption
MK Hogg, EN Banister, CA Stephenson
Journal of Business Research 62 (2), 148-159, 2009
2792009
Dislikes, distastes and the undesired self: conceptualising and exploring the role of the undesired end state in consumer experience
MK Hogg, EN Banister
Journal of Marketing Management 17 (1-2), 73-104, 2001
2182001
Managing anti-consumption in an excessive drinking culture
MG Piacentini, EN Banister
Journal of Business Research 62 (2), 279-288, 2009
1822009
Exploring innovative methodologies for child‐centric consumer research
EN Banister, GJ Booth
Qualitative Market Research 8 (2), 157-175, 2005
1652005
Experiential marketing and the changing nature of extraordinary experiences in post-postmodern consumer culture
A Skandalis, J Byrom, E Banister
Journal of Business Research 97, 43-50, 2019
1142019
Mapping the negative self: from'so not me'... to'just not me'
EN Banister, MK Hogg
ACR North American Advances, 2001
962001
A cultural exploration of consumers’ interactions and relationships with celebrities
EN Banister, HL Cocker
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (1-2), 1-29, 2014
812014
Poverty in consumer culture: towards a transformative social representation
K Hamilton, MG Piacentini, E Banister, A Barrios, CP Blocker, ...
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (17-18), 1833-1857, 2014
792014
Making sense of drinking: the role of techniques of neutralisation and counter‐neutralisation in negotiating alcohol consumption
MG Piacentini, A Chatzidakis, EN Banister
Sociology of health & illness 34 (6), 841-857, 2012
742012
The structure and transfer of cultural meaning: A study of young consumers and pop music
MK Hogg, EN Banister
ACR North American Advances, 2000
642000
Getting hammered?‥‥ students coping with alcohol
MG Piacentini, EN Banister
Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review 5 (2), 145-156, 2006
602006
Parenting agendas: An empirical study of intensive mothering and infant cognitive development
K Budds, MK Hogg, EN Banister, M Dixon
The Sociological Review 65 (2), 336-352, 2017
572017
Paradox, tribalism, and the transitional consumption experience: In light of post-postmodernism
A Skandalis, J Byrom, E Banister
European Journal of Marketing 50 (7/8), 1308-1325, 2016
432016
Drunk and (dis) orderly: The role of alcohol in supporting liminality
EN Banister, MG Piacentini
ACR North American Advances, 2008
432008
Consumers’ practices of everyday luxury
E Banister, S Roper, T Potavanich
Journal of Business Research 116, 458-466, 2020
402020
Becoming respectable: low-income young mothers, consumption and the pursuit of value
EN Banister, MK Hogg, K Budds, M Dixon
Journal of Marketing Management 32 (7-8), 652-672, 2016
342016
Experiencing motherhood: The importance of possible selves to new mothers
E Banister, M Hogg
ACR North American Advances, 2006
342006
Producing and consuming celebrity identity myths: unpacking the classed identities of Cheryl Cole 1 and Katie Price
HL Cocker, EN Banister, MG Piacentini
Celebrity, Convergence and Transformation, 50-71, 2017
332017
Possible selves? Identifying dimensions for exploring the dialectic between positive and negative selves in consumer behavior
EN Banister, MK Hogg
ACR North American Advances, 2003
322003
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