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The Resource The Routledge companion to digital consumption, edited by Russell W. Belk and Rosa Llamas

The Routledge companion to digital consumption, edited by Russell W. Belk and Rosa Llamas

Label
The Routledge companion to digital consumption
Title
The Routledge companion to digital consumption
Statement of responsibility
edited by Russell W. Belk and Rosa Llamas
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The first generation that has grown up in a digital world is now in our university classrooms. They, their teachers, and their parents have been fundamentally affected by the digitization of text, images, sound, objects and signals. They interact socially, play games, shop, read, write, work, listen to music, collaborate, produce and co-produce, search and browse very differently than in the pre-digital age. Adopting emerging technologies easily, spending a large proportion of time online, and multitasking are signs of the increasingly digital nature of our everyday lives. Yet consumer research is just beginning to emerge on how this affects basic human and consumer behaviours such as attention, learning, communications, relationships, entertainment and knowledge. The Routledge Companion to Digital Consumption offers an introduction to the perspectives needed to rethink consumer behaviour in a digital age that we are coming to take for granted and which therefore often escapes careful research and reflective critical appraisal"-- Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Belk, Russell W
  • Llamas, Rosa
Series statement
Routledge companions in business, management and accounting
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Information technology
  • Consumer behavior
  • Consumers
Label
The Routledge companion to digital consumption, edited by Russell W. Belk and Rosa Llamas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Blogs
  • Zeynep Arsel and Xin Zhao
  • Fashion blogging
  • Gachoucha Kretz and Kristine de Valck
  • From freeform to templates: the evolution of self-presentation in Cyberia
  • Hope Jensen Schau and Mary C. Gilly
  • Digital youth, mobile phones and text messaging: assessing the profound impact of a technological afterthought
  • Anthony Patterson
  • Netnography and the digital consumer: the quest for cultural insights
  • Robert V. Kozinets
  • Living in a digital world
  • The rise of the customer database: from commercial surveillance to customer production
  • Jason Pridmore and Detlev Zwick
  • Researching children in a digital age: theoretical perspectives and observations from the field
  • Vebjørg Tingstad
  • New forms of digital marketing research
  • Elanor Colleoni
  • How non-western consumers negotiate competing ideologies of sharing through the consumption of digital technology
  • Anton Siebert
  • Virtually 'secret' lives in 'hidden' communities
  • Ekant Veer
  • Rosa Llamas and Russell Belk
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Andrea Hemetsberger
  • INteractive online audiences
  • Marie-Agnès Parmentier and Eileen Fischer
  • Dating on the internet
  • Helen M. Lawson and Kira Leck
  • Medicine 2.0 and beyond: from information seeking to knowledge creation in virtual health communities
  • Handan Vicdan and Nikhilesh Dholakia
  • Stock trading in the digital age: speed, agency and the entrepreneurial consumer /
  • Detlev Zwick and Jonathan Schroeder
  • Digitizing physical objects in the home
  • Digital virtual consumption as transformative space
  • Mike Molesworth and Janice Denegri-Knott
  • Consumer decision-making in online and offline environemnts
  • Elfriede Penz and Margaret K. Hogg
  • Value co-creation in virtual environments
  • Sammy K. Bonsu
  • "I don't really know where the money goes, do you?": online gambling and the naive screenager
  • June Cotte
  • Viral propagation of consumer- or marketer-generated messages
  • T. E. Dominic Yeo
  • Alladi Venkatesh and Debora Dunkle
  • Digital fandom: mediation, remediation, and demediation of fan practices
  • Clinton D. Lanier, Jr. and Aubrey R. Fowler III ---
  • Online games: consuming, experienceing and intertacting in virtual worlds
  • João Pedro dos Santos Fleck, Marlon Damoro and Carlos Alberto Vargas Rossi
  • The brick testament: religiosity among the adult fans of Lego
  • Albert M. Muñiz, Jr., Yun Mi Antorini and Hope Jensen Schau
  • Surveilling consumers: the social consequences of data processing on Amazon.com
  • Sachil Singh and David Lyon
  • Online privacy: concepts, issues and research avenues for digital consumption
  • Ian Grant and Kathryn Waite
  • The digital consumer
  • Self-disclosure
  • Henri Weijo
  • Consumer activism 2.0: tools for social change
  • Pia A. Albinsson and B. Yasanthi Perera
  • Jack of all trades, master of ... some? Multitasking in digital consumers
  • Sydney Chinchanachokchai and Brittany R. L. Duff
  • Gender roles and gender identification in relation to media and consumption
  • Birgitte Tufte
  • Online consumer movements
  • Jay M. Handelman
  • Donna L. Hoffman, Thomas P. Novak and Randy Stein
  • The digital consumption of death: reflections on virtual mourning practices on social networking sites
  • Ming LIm
  • Consumer (dis)trust online
  • Peter R. Darke, Ray L. Benedicktus and Michael K. Brady
  • Afterword: consuming the digital
  • Tom Boellstorff
  • The posthuman consumer
  • Norah Campbell
Control code
ocn767569459
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xviii, 438 p.
Isbn
9780415679923
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Lccn
2012017247
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)767569459
Label
The Routledge companion to digital consumption, edited by Russell W. Belk and Rosa Llamas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Blogs
  • Zeynep Arsel and Xin Zhao
  • Fashion blogging
  • Gachoucha Kretz and Kristine de Valck
  • From freeform to templates: the evolution of self-presentation in Cyberia
  • Hope Jensen Schau and Mary C. Gilly
  • Digital youth, mobile phones and text messaging: assessing the profound impact of a technological afterthought
  • Anthony Patterson
  • Netnography and the digital consumer: the quest for cultural insights
  • Robert V. Kozinets
  • Living in a digital world
  • The rise of the customer database: from commercial surveillance to customer production
  • Jason Pridmore and Detlev Zwick
  • Researching children in a digital age: theoretical perspectives and observations from the field
  • Vebjørg Tingstad
  • New forms of digital marketing research
  • Elanor Colleoni
  • How non-western consumers negotiate competing ideologies of sharing through the consumption of digital technology
  • Anton Siebert
  • Virtually 'secret' lives in 'hidden' communities
  • Ekant Veer
  • Rosa Llamas and Russell Belk
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Andrea Hemetsberger
  • INteractive online audiences
  • Marie-Agnès Parmentier and Eileen Fischer
  • Dating on the internet
  • Helen M. Lawson and Kira Leck
  • Medicine 2.0 and beyond: from information seeking to knowledge creation in virtual health communities
  • Handan Vicdan and Nikhilesh Dholakia
  • Stock trading in the digital age: speed, agency and the entrepreneurial consumer /
  • Detlev Zwick and Jonathan Schroeder
  • Digitizing physical objects in the home
  • Digital virtual consumption as transformative space
  • Mike Molesworth and Janice Denegri-Knott
  • Consumer decision-making in online and offline environemnts
  • Elfriede Penz and Margaret K. Hogg
  • Value co-creation in virtual environments
  • Sammy K. Bonsu
  • "I don't really know where the money goes, do you?": online gambling and the naive screenager
  • June Cotte
  • Viral propagation of consumer- or marketer-generated messages
  • T. E. Dominic Yeo
  • Alladi Venkatesh and Debora Dunkle
  • Digital fandom: mediation, remediation, and demediation of fan practices
  • Clinton D. Lanier, Jr. and Aubrey R. Fowler III ---
  • Online games: consuming, experienceing and intertacting in virtual worlds
  • João Pedro dos Santos Fleck, Marlon Damoro and Carlos Alberto Vargas Rossi
  • The brick testament: religiosity among the adult fans of Lego
  • Albert M. Muñiz, Jr., Yun Mi Antorini and Hope Jensen Schau
  • Surveilling consumers: the social consequences of data processing on Amazon.com
  • Sachil Singh and David Lyon
  • Online privacy: concepts, issues and research avenues for digital consumption
  • Ian Grant and Kathryn Waite
  • The digital consumer
  • Self-disclosure
  • Henri Weijo
  • Consumer activism 2.0: tools for social change
  • Pia A. Albinsson and B. Yasanthi Perera
  • Jack of all trades, master of ... some? Multitasking in digital consumers
  • Sydney Chinchanachokchai and Brittany R. L. Duff
  • Gender roles and gender identification in relation to media and consumption
  • Birgitte Tufte
  • Online consumer movements
  • Jay M. Handelman
  • Donna L. Hoffman, Thomas P. Novak and Randy Stein
  • The digital consumption of death: reflections on virtual mourning practices on social networking sites
  • Ming LIm
  • Consumer (dis)trust online
  • Peter R. Darke, Ray L. Benedicktus and Michael K. Brady
  • Afterword: consuming the digital
  • Tom Boellstorff
  • The posthuman consumer
  • Norah Campbell
Control code
ocn767569459
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xviii, 438 p.
Isbn
9780415679923
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Lccn
2012017247
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)767569459

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