David Glen Mick
TitleCited byYear
Paradoxes of technology: Consumer cognizance, emotions, and coping strategies
DG Mick, S Fournier
Journal of Consumer research 25 (2), 123-143, 1998
Rediscovering satisfaction
S Fournier, DG Mick
Journal of marketing 63 (4), 5-23, 1999
The premature death of relationship marketing
S Fournier, S Dobscha, DG Mick
Harvard business review 76 (1), 42-51, 1998
Consumer research and semiotics: Exploring the morphology of signs, symbols, and significance
DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 13 (2), 196-213, 1986
Figures of rhetoric in advertising language
EF McQuarrie, DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 22 (4), 424-438, 1996
Visual rhetoric in advertising: Text-interpretive, experimental, and reader-response analyses
EF McQuarrie, DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 26 (1), 37-54, 1999
A meaning-based model of advertising experiences
DG Mick, C Buhl
Journal of consumer research 19 (3), 317-338, 1992
Are studies of dark side variables confounded by socially desirable responding? The case of materialism
DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 23 (2), 106-119, 1996
Self-gifts: Phenomenological insights from four contexts
DG Mick, M DeMoss
Journal of Consumer Research 17 (3), 322-332, 1990
On resonance: A critical pluralistic inquiry into advertising rhetoric
EF McQuarrie, DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 19 (2), 180-197, 1992
Visual and verbal rhetorical figures under directed processing versus incidental exposure to advertising
EF McQuarrie, DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 29 (4), 579-587, 2003
Meaning and mattering through transformative consumer research
DG Mick
Advances in consumer research 33 (1), 1-4, 2006
Exploring antecedents and consequences of consumer creativity in a problem-solving context
JE Burroughs, D Glen Mick
Journal of consumer research 31 (2), 402-411, 2004
Levels of subjective comprehension in advertising processing and their relations to ad perceptions, attitudes, and memory
DG Mick
Journal of Consumer Research 18 (4), 411-424, 1992
Pursuing the meaning of meaning in the commercial world: An international review of marketing and consumer research founded on semiotics
DG Mick, JE Burroughs, P Hetzel, MY Brannen
Semiotica 2004 (152-1/4), 1-74, 2004
Transformative consumer research for personal and collective well-being
DG Mick, S Pettigrew, CC Pechmann, JL Ozanne
Routledge, 2012
Consumer goal structures and goal-determination processes: An integrative framework
C Huffman, S Ratneshwar, DG Mick
The why of consumption, 29-55, 2003
Choose, choose, choose, choose, choose, choose, choose: Emerging and prospective research on the deleterious effects of living in consumer hyperchoice
DG Mick, SM Broniarczyk, J Haidt
Journal of Business Ethics 52 (2), 207-211, 2004
Consumers' interpretations of advertising imagery: A visit to the hell of connotation
DG Mick, LG Politi
ACR Special Volumes, 1989
The times of their lives: Phenomenological and metaphorical characteristics of consumer timestyles
J Cotte, S Ratneshwar, DG Mick
Journal of consumer research 31 (2), 333-345, 2004
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