Robin Canniford
Robin Canniford
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TitleCited byYear
Consumer empowerment: a Foucauldian interpretation
A Shankar, H Cherrier, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing 40 (9/10), 1013-1030, 2006
2952006
Purifying practices: How consumers assemble romantic experiences of nature
R Canniford, A Shankar
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (5), 1051-1069, 2012
2192012
The marketplace management of illicit pleasure
C Goulding, A Shankar, R Elliott, R Canniford
Journal of Consumer Research 35 (5), 759-771, 2008
2052008
Learning to be tribal: facilitating the formation of consumer tribes
C Goulding, A Shankar, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing 47 (5/6), 813-832, 2013
1652013
How to manage consumer tribes
R Canniford
Journal of Strategic Marketing 19 (7), 591-606, 2011
912011
Assembling consumption: Researching actors, networks and markets
R Canniford, D Bajde
Routledge, 2015
75*2015
Non-representational marketing theory
T Hill, R Canniford, J Mol
Marketing Theory 14 (4), 377-394, 2014
652014
A typology of consumption communities
R Canniford
Research in consumer behavior, 57-75, 2011
652011
Moving shadows: suggestions for ethnography in globalised cultures
R Canniford
Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal 8 (2), 204-218, 2005
542005
Ad agency professionals' mental models of advertising creativity
G Nyilasy, R Canniford, P J. Kreshel
European Journal of Marketing 47 (10), 1691-1710, 2013
442013
Partly primitive: Discursive constructions of the domestic surfer
R Canniford, E Karababa
Consumption Markets & Culture 16 (2), 119-144, 2013
432013
Heterotopian selfies: how social media destabilizes brand assemblages
J Rokka, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing 50 (9/10), 1789-1813, 2016
422016
Marketing the savage: appropriating tribal tropes
R Canniford, A Shankar
Consumer tribes, 51-64, 2012
302012
Poetic witness: Marketplace research through poetic transcription and poetic translation
R Canniford
Marketing Theory 12 (4), 391-409, 2012
292012
Excremental theory development
A Bradshaw, R Canniford
Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review 9 (2), 102-112, 2010
262010
Against Modern Football: Mobilising Protest Movements in Social Media
T Hill, R Canniford, P Millward
Sociology 52 (4), 688-708, 2018
162018
Nosenography: How smell constitutes meaning, identity and temporal experience in spatial assemblages
R Canniford, K Riach, T Hill
Marketing Theory 18 (2), 234-248, 2018
122018
Unmanageable multiplicity: consumer transformation towards moral self coherence
MJ Carrington, B Neville, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing 49 (7/8), 1300-1325, 2015
112015
Post-dualistic consumer research: Nature-cultures and cyborg consumption
R Canniford, A Shankar
Assembling Consumption, 147-164, 2015
72015
Collecting the collectives: Brand communities, subcultures of consumption, and tribes
H Schau, L Price, TC Thomas, A Muñiz, YM Antorini, MB Beverland, ...
Building Connections 39, 271, 2011
72011
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