Consumer ethnicity three decades after: A TCR agenda

Luca M. Visconti, Aliakbar Jafari, Wided Batat, Aurelie Broeckerhoff, Ayla Ozhan Dedeoglu, Catherine Demangeot, Eva Kipnis, Andrew Lindridge, Lisa Penaloza, Chris Pullig, Fatima Regany, Elif Ustundagli, Michelle F. Weinberger

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Abstract

Research into consumer ethnicity is a vital discipline that has substantially evolved in the past three decades. This conceptual article critically reviews its immense literature and examines the extent to which it has provided extensive contributions not only for the understanding of ethnicity in the marketplace but also for personal/collective well-being. We identify two gaps accounting for scant transformative contributions. First, today social transformations and conceptual sophistications require a revised vocabulary to provide adequate interpretive lenses. Second, extant work has mostly addressed the subjective level of ethnic identity projects but left untended the meso/macro forces affecting ethnicity (de)construction and personal/collective well-being. Our contribution stems from filling both gaps and providing a theory of ethnicity (de)construction that includes migrants as well as non-migrants.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1882-1922
Number of pages43
JournalJournal of Marketing Management
Volume30
Issue number17-18
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Sep 2014

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Keywords

  • acculturation
  • consumer acculturation
  • ethnicity
  • immigration
  • transformative consumer research
  • well-being

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Visconti, L. M., Jafari, A., Batat, W., Broeckerhoff, A., Dedeoglu, A. O., Demangeot, C., ... Weinberger, M. F. (2014). Consumer ethnicity three decades after: A TCR agenda. Journal of Marketing Management, 30(17-18), 1882-1922. https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2014.951384

Consumer ethnicity three decades after : A TCR agenda. / Visconti, Luca M.; Jafari, Aliakbar; Batat, Wided; Broeckerhoff, Aurelie; Dedeoglu, Ayla Ozhan; Demangeot, Catherine; Kipnis, Eva; Lindridge, Andrew; Penaloza, Lisa; Pullig, Chris; Regany, Fatima; Ustundagli, Elif; Weinberger, Michelle F.

In: Journal of Marketing Management, Vol. 30, No. 17-18, 08.09.2014, p. 1882-1922.

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Visconti, LM, Jafari, A, Batat, W, Broeckerhoff, A, Dedeoglu, AO, Demangeot, C, Kipnis, E, Lindridge, A, Penaloza, L, Pullig, C, Regany, F, Ustundagli, E & Weinberger, MF 2014, 'Consumer ethnicity three decades after: A TCR agenda' Journal of Marketing Management, vol. 30, no. 17-18, pp. 1882-1922. https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2014.951384
Visconti LM, Jafari A, Batat W, Broeckerhoff A, Dedeoglu AO, Demangeot C et al. Consumer ethnicity three decades after: A TCR agenda. Journal of Marketing Management. 2014 Sep 8;30(17-18):1882-1922. https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2014.951384
Visconti, Luca M. ; Jafari, Aliakbar ; Batat, Wided ; Broeckerhoff, Aurelie ; Dedeoglu, Ayla Ozhan ; Demangeot, Catherine ; Kipnis, Eva ; Lindridge, Andrew ; Penaloza, Lisa ; Pullig, Chris ; Regany, Fatima ; Ustundagli, Elif ; Weinberger, Michelle F. / Consumer ethnicity three decades after : A TCR agenda. In: Journal of Marketing Management. 2014 ; Vol. 30, No. 17-18. pp. 1882-1922.
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