Our notable publications form several themes. These themes are not exclusive, as some articles can belong to multiple, but they indicate the focus of the work and the group, more broadly.
Attitudes and Behaviour
Manika, D., Gregory-Smith, D.,& Papagiannidis S. (in press). The influence of knowledge structures on website attitudes and behavioural intentions.Computers in Human Behavior, DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2017.09.024; available online at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563217305502.
Leek, S., Houghton, D. J., & Canning, L. (2018). Twitter and behavioral engagement in the healthcare sector: An examination of product and service companies. Industrial Marketing Management, xx, xx-xx (Online November 2017).
Manika, D., Gregory-Smith, D.,& Antonetti, P. (2017). Pride in health-related technological interventions: A double-edged sword. Psychology & Marketing, 34, 410–427, DOI: 10.1002/mar.20997.
Marder, B. L., Houghton, D. J., Joinson, A. N., Shankar, A., & Bull, E. (2016). Understanding the psychological process of avoidance-based self-regulation on Facebook. CyberPsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 19(5), 321-327.
Leek, S., Canning, L., & Houghton, D. J. (2016). Revisiting the Task Media Fit Model in the era of Web 2.0: Twitter use and interaction in the healthcare sector. Industrial Marketing Management, 54, 25-32 (Online January 2016).
Hodder, A., & Houghton, D. (2015). Union Use of Social Media: A Study of the University and College Union on Twitter, New Technology Work and Employment, 30(3), 173-189.
Yalkin, C., Kerrigan, F., &vom Lehn, D. (2013). Legitimization of the Role of the Nation State: Understanding of and Reactions to Internet Censorship in Turkey. New Media and Society, 16(2): 271-289.
Barnes, S. J., & Pressey, A. D. (2012). In search of the ‘meta maven’? An examination of market maven behavior across real-life, web and virtual world marketing channels. Psychology and Marketing, 29(3), 167-185.
Reppel, A.,& Szmigin, I. (2010). Consumer-managed profiling: A contemporary interpretation of privacy in buyer-seller interactions. Journal of Marketing Management, 26(3), 321-342.
Thomas, L., Briggs, P., Kerrigan, F.,& Hart, A. (2018). Exploring Digital Remediation in support of personal reflection. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 110, 53-62.
Marder, B. L., Shankar, A., Houghton, D. J., & Joinson, A. N. (2017). ‘What if my mum sees it?’: Examination of visible brand interaction in the presence of a wider network. Information Technology and People, 30(1).
Gregory-Smith, D., & Manika, D. (2017). Drinking identities and compartmentalisation: A study of alcohol consumption. Journal of Marketing Management, 33(11-12), 942-972, DOI: 10.1080/0267257X.2017.1310126.
Thomas, L., Briggs, P., Hart, A., &Kerrigan, F. (2017) Understanding social media and identity work in young people transitioning to university. Computers in Human Behavior, 76, 541-553.
Kerrigan, F., & Hart, A. (2016). Theorising digital personhood: a dramaturgical approach. Journal of Marketing Management, 32(17-18), 1701-1721.
Marder, B. L., Joinson, A. N., Shankar, A., & Houghton, D. J. (2016). The extended ‘chilling’ effect of Facebook: The cold reality of ubiquitous social networking. Computers in Human Behavior, 60, 582-592.
Pressey, A. D., Salceivene, L., & Barnes, S. J. (2013). Do Emotional States Influence Higher-Order Needs in Virtual Worlds? Evidence from Second Life. International Journal of Online Marketing, 3(1), 31-46.
Barnes, S. J., & Pressey, A. D. (2012). Who Needs Real-Life? Examining Needs in Virtual Worlds. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52(4), 40-48.
Consumption and Communities
Kerrigan, F., &Graham, G. (2010) Interaction of regional news-media production and consumption through the social space. Journal of Marketing Management, 26(3&4), 302-320.
Hackley, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffin, C., Mistral, W., Szmigin, I., Tiwasakul, R.(2013). Young Adults and ‘Binge’ Drinking: A Bakhtinian Analysis. Journal of Marketing Management, 29(7-8),933-949.
Moraes, C., Carrigan, M., &Szmigin, I. (2012). The Coherence of Inconsistencies: Attitude-Behaviour Gaps and New Consumption Communities. Journal of Marketing Management, 28(1-2),103-128.
Szmigin, I., Hackley, C., Bengry- Howell, A., Griffin, C., & Mistral, W.(2011). Social Marketing in a Culture of Intoxication. European Journal of Marketing, 45(5), 759-779.
Bekin, C., Szmigin, I.,& Carrigan, M. (2010). Living production-engaged alternatives: An examination of new consumption communities. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 13(3), 273–298.
Consumer Complaints and Misbehaviour
Istanbulluoglu, D. (2017). Complaint Handling on Social Media: The Impact of Multiple Response Times on Consumer Satisfaction. Computers in Human Behavior, 74, 72-82.
Istanbulluoglu, D., Leek S, & Szmigin, I. (2017). Beyond Exit and Voice: Developing an Integrated Typology of Consumer Complaining. European Journal of Marketing, 51(5/6).
Barnes, S. J., & Pressey, A. D. (2014). Caught in the Web? Addictive Behaviour in Cyberspace and the Role of Goal-Orientation. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 86, 93-109.