Liudmila Tarabashkina
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The effects of television and Internet food advertising on parents and children
S Pettigrew, L Tarabashkina, M Roberts, P Quester, K Chapman, C Miller
Public health nutrition 16 (12), 2205-2212, 2013
The impact of values and learning approaches on student achievement: gender and academic discipline influences.
L Tarabashkina, P Lietz
Issues in Educational Research 21 (2), 210-231, 2011
Food advertising, children’s food choices and obesity: Interplay of cognitive defences and product evaluation: An experimental study
L Tarabashkina, P Quester, R Crouch
International Journal of Obesity 40 (4), 581-586, 2016
Exploring the moderating effect of children's nutritional knowledge on the relationship between product evaluations and food choice
L Tarabashkina, P Quester, R Crouch
Social Science & Medicine 149, 145-152, 2016
Perceived informative intention in advertising and its attenuating effect on persuasion attribution among children
L Tarabashkina, P Quester, O Tarabashkina
Psychology & Marketing 35 (10), 778-789, 2018
Children and energy-dense foods–parents, peers, acceptability or advertising?
L Tarabashkina, PG Quester, R Crouch
European Journal of Marketing, 2017
Children's food consumer socialisation: the impact of food advertising, parents, peers, and social norms on children's food preferences, food consumption, and obesity.
L Tarabashkina
Family fun: a vital ingredient of early adolescents having a good life
P Lietz, KL Dix, L Tarabashkina, E O’Grady, SK Ahmed
Journal of Family Studies 26 (3), 459-476, 2020
Advertising literacy, peer–child communication, popular foods and children's food related behaviour: Mediating or non-existent effects?
L Tarabashkina, PG Quester, C Habell
Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting, 2011
Using numbers in CSR communication and their effects on motive attributions
L Tarabashkina, O Tarabashkina, P Quester
Journal of Consumer Marketing, 2020
The impact of organisational support, employee creativity and work centrality on innovative work behaviour
T Volery, L Tarabashkina
Journal of Business Research 129 (C), 295-303, 2021
How much firms “give” to CSR vs how much they “gain” from it: inequity perceptions and their implications for CSR authenticity
L Tarabashkina, PG Quester, O Tarabashkina
European Journal of Marketing, 2020
The role of advertising literacy and nutritional knowledge on children’s consumption of less healthy foods: a conceptual framework
L Tarabashkina, PG Quester
Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference: Sharing the Cup of …, 2012
Does corporate social responsibility improve brands’ responsible and active personality dimensions? An experimental investigation
L Tarabashkina, O Tarabashkina, P Quester, GN Soutar
Journal of Product & Brand Management, 2020
Specificity of CSR Ties That (Un) Bind Brand Attachment
FM Romano, A Devine, L Tarabashkina, G Soutar, P Quester
Australasian Marketing Journal, 18393349211030699, 2021
When persuasive intent and product’s healthiness make a difference for young consumers
L Tarabashkina, P Quester, O Tarabashkina, M Proksch
Young Consumers, 2018
Social media context’s enhancement of brand image
S Zwicker, M Proksch, M Hardiman, L Tarabashkina
2017 ANZMAC Conference: Marketing for impact, 2017
Contemporary Young Consumers and Food Consumption—Implications for Social Marketing Research
L Tarabashkina, R Crouch
Making a Difference Through Marketing, 73-85, 2016
Young consumers' advertising attributions, irrational behaviour and new directions for social marketing
L Tarabashkina, PG Quester, R Crouch
2015 ANZMAC Conference, 2015
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