- Journal of Consumer Research
- “I” Follow My Heart and “We” Rely on Reasons: The Impact of Self-Construal on Reliance on Feelings versus Reasons in Decision Making
- Refashioning a Field? Connected Consumers and Institutional Dynamics in Markets
- Why Is the Crowd Divided? Attribution for Dispersion in Online Word of Mouth
- To Know and to Care: How Awareness and Valuation of the Future Jointly Shape Consumer Spending
- A Sign of Things to Come: Behavioral Change through Dynamic Iconography
- Timeflow: How Consumption Practices Shape Consumers’ Temporal Experiences
- Material Parenting: How the Use of Goods in Parenting Fosters Materialism in the Next Generation
- How the Pressure on Public Colleges Plays Out in One State
- How One University Unexpectedly Found Itself Ranked Among the ‘25 Most Dangerous Colleges’
- Under Increasing Financial Pressure, Colleges Consider Mergers—Cautiously
- Is Sweet Briar’s Closure a Warning Sign for Other Small Colleges?
- Talk of 'De-Tenure' Triggers Faculty Ire in Tennessee
- After 6 Suicides, U. of Pennsylvania Takes a Tough Look at Its Campus Culture
- If B.A.’s Can’t Lead Graduates to Jobs, Can Badges Do the Trick?
Category Archives: Interesting Words
Manufactroversy – a manufactured controversy. Take a look at this interesting article from Science Progress: “The Art of Creating Controversy Where None Existed,” written from a communication perspective.