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2008Achieving Relevance in Assessment Through FieldtripsSutton-Brady, Catherine; MarketingAchieving Relevance in Assessment Through Fieldtrips, College Teaching Methods & Styles Journal, vol.4,(4),2008,pp 1-6
2006Adapting ethnographic research methods to ad hoc commercial market researchAgafonoff, N; MarketingAdapting ethnographic research methods to ad hoc commercial market research, Qualitative Market Research, vol.9,(2),2006,pp 115-125
2015Adolescents' Sustainability Concerns and Reasons for not Consuming SustainablyDavis, Teresa; Francis, Julie; MarketingAdolescents' Sustainability Concerns and Reasons for not Consuming Sustainably, International Journal of Consumer Studies, vol.39, 1, 2015,pp 43-50
2009Adopting or Rejecting Sustainable Consumption Practices: The Role of Identity ConflictsBlack, Iain; MarketingAdopting or Rejecting Sustainable Consumption Practices: The Role of Identity Conflicts, 2009 International Nonprofit and Social Marketing Conference(INSM): Sustainable Social Enterprise - Conference Proceedings, vol.Online,(),2009,pp http://www.insmconference.vu.edu.au/default.asp-0
2006Advancing ecological systems theory in lifestyle, leisure and travel researchCaldwell, Marylouise; Spurr, Ray; Woodside, Arch G.; MarketingAdvancing ecological systems theory in lifestyle, leisure and travel research, Journal of Travel Research, vol.44,(3),2006,pp 259-272
2007Advancing Theory for Understanding Travelers’ Own Explanations of Discretionary Travel BehaviorCaldwell, Mary; Chebat, Jean-Charles; Krauss, Eva; Woodside, Arch G.; MarketingAdvancing Theory for Understanding Travelers’ Own Explanations of Discretionary Travel Behavior, Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, vol.22,(1),2007,pp 15-35
2010Advertising food in Australia: Between antinomies and gastro-anomyDavis, Teresa; Schneider, Tanja; MarketingAdvertising food in Australia: Between antinomies and gastro-anomy, Consumption, Markets and Culture, vol.13, 1, 2010,pp 31-41
2014Agent-based Modelling, a new kind of researchHeld, Fabian; Wilkinson, Ian; Marks, Robert; Young, Louise; Charles Perkins Centre; MarketingAgent-based Modelling, a new kind of research, Australasian Marketing Journal, vol.22, 1, 2014,pp 4-14
2007Antecedents and consequences of contextual ambidexterity in Thai export Industry: A Dynamic Capability PerspectiveStyles, Christopher; Voola, Ranjit; Prasertsakul, Dissatat; Marketing; MarketingAntecedents and consequences of contextual ambidexterity in Thai export Industry: A Dynamic Capability Perspective, Proceedings of the ANZIBA Conference 2007, vol.N/A,(),2007,pp cd-rom-N/A
2011Antecedents of materialism and compulsive buying: A life course study in AustraliaDavis, Teresa; Moschis, George; Todd Weaver, S.; MarketingAntecedents of materialism and compulsive buying: A life course study in Australia, Australasian Marketing Journal, vol.19, 4, 2011,pp 247-256
2009Anti-consumption discourses and consumer resistant identitiesCherrier, Helene; MarketingAnti-consumption discourses and consumer resistant identities, Journal of Business Research, vol.62,(2),2009,pp 181-190
2005The Art of RelationshipsSutton-Brady, Catherine; Stegemann, Nicole; MarketingThe Art of Relationships, Dealing with Dualities - 21st Annual Industrial Marketing and Publishing Group (IMP) Conference, vol.N/A,(),2005,pp 1-12
2012As a Backdrop, Part of the Plot, or a Goal in a Game: The Ubiquitous Product PlacementCowley, Elizabeth; MarketingAs a Backdrop, Part of the Plot, or a Goal in a Game: The Ubiquitous Product Placement in The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion, Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, 2012, pp. 37-63
2012As a Backdrop, Part of the Plot, or a Goal in a Game: The Ubiquitous Product PlacementCowley, Elizabeth; MarketingAs a Backdrop, Part of the Plot, or a Goal in a Game: The Ubiquitous Product Placement in The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion, Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, 2012, pp. 37-63
2008As time goes by: Examining the paradox of stability and change in business networksSutton-Brady, Catherine; MarketingAs time goes by: Examining the paradox of stability and change in business networks, Journal of Business Research, vol.61, 9, 2008,pp 968-973
2005As time goes by: The paradox of stability and change in Australian business networksSutton-Brady, Catherine; MarketingAs time goes by: The paradox of stability and change in Australian business networks, Dealing with Dualities. Proceedings of the 21st IMP Conference, vol.N/A,(),2005,pp 1-9
2010Assessing Methods to Improve Class ParticipationSutton-Brady, Mary Catherine; Stegemann, Nicole; MarketingAssessing Methods to Improve Class Participation, 2010 EABR & ETLC Conference Proceedings (European Applied Business Research (EABR) Conference Proceedings and European College Teaching & Learning (ETLC) Conference Proceedings), vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 236-244
2012Attenuating Consumer Reactance to Threatening Messages: The Moderating Role of Construal LevelBriley, Donnel; Jalali, Marjan; MarketingAttenuating Consumer Reactance to Threatening Messages: The Moderating Role of Construal Level, Proceedings of the 41st Annual European Marketing Academy EMAC Conference 2012 – “Marketing to Citizens: Going beyond Customers and Consumers", vol.N/A, 2012, pp. 1-7
2005Back to the Future or Forward into the Past: Utopia in Soviet and Post Soviet AdvertisingDavis, Teresa; Kravets, Olga; Marketing; MarketingBack to the Future or Forward into the Past: Utopia in Soviet and Post Soviet Advertising, Advertising and Communication Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Research In Advertising (ICORIA), vol.N/A,(),2005,pp 130-137
2006Background music as a quasi clock in retrospective duration judgmentsAreni, Charles; Bailey, Nicole; MarketingBackground music as a quasi clock in retrospective duration judgments, Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol.102, 2, 2006,pp 435-444