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Michelle Barnhart
Michelle Barnhart
Assistant Professor of Marketing, Oregon State University
Verified email at bus.oregonstate.edu
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Who are you calling old? Negotiating old age identity in the elderly consumption ensemble
M Barnhart, L Peñaloza
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (6), 1133-1153, 2013
2442013
Living US capitalism: The normalization of credit/debt
L Peñaloza, M Barnhart
Journal of Consumer Research 38 (4), 743-762, 2011
1822011
Development and validation of the technology adoption propensity (TAP) index
M Ratchford, M Barnhart
Journal of Business Research 65 (8), 1209-1215, 2012
1272012
Like a member of the family: Including and excluding paid caregivers in performances of family
M Barnhart, AD Huff, J Cotte
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (15-16), 1680-1702, 2014
382014
Addressing the wicked problem of American gun violence: consumer interest groups as macro-social marketers
AD Huff, M Barnhart, B McAlexander, J McAlexander
Journal of Macromarketing 37 (4), 393-408, 2017
232017
Preparing for the attack: Mitigating risk through routines in armed self-defense
M Barnhart, AD Huff, B McAlexander, JH McAlexander
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 3 (1), 27-45, 2018
192018
Hippies, hummer owners, and people like me: stereotyping as a means of reconciling ethical consumption values with the DSP
M Barnhart, J Mish
Journal of Macromarketing 37 (1), 57-71, 2017
152017
Financial insecurity and deprivation
E Fischer
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (5), vii-x, 2013
112013
Who are you calling old
M BARNHART, L PEÑALOZA
Negotiating old age identity in the, 2009
92009
Rethinking readiness: Development and validation of a reduced form of the technology readiness index (TRI)
M Barnhart, M Ratchford
AMA Winter Educators' Conference Proceedings 18, 110-111, 2007
52007
Who are You Calling Old?: A Study of Old Age Construction and Value Creation in the Elderly Consumption Ensemble
M Barnhart
David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah, 2009
42009
Negotiating the Legitimacy of an American Icon: Myth and the US Gun Market
M Barnhart, AD Huff
NA–Advances in Consumer Research Volume 46, 2018
32018
Negotiating agency in the elderly consumption ensemble
M Barnhart, L Penaloza
ACR North American Advances, 2009
22009
Relating Americans’ Responses to the Marketization of Armed Self-Defense to Their Understandings of the Second Amendment
M Barnhart, A Huff, I Scott
ACR North American Advances, 2019
12019
Consumers, culture, market systems and strategy: Integrating marketing research and firearms studies
AD Huff, M Barnhart
Gun Studies, 95-116, 2018
12018
Consumers’ Assemblages of Fear and Safety With Firearms: Obstacles to Addressing Gun Violence in an Armed America
A Huff, M Barnhart, B McAlexander, J McAlexander
ACR North American Advances, 2017
12017
Everyday Consumption and Perceptions of Oldness: Barnhart and Penaloza Extended
J Gentry, L Phillips, M Barnhart
ACR Latin American Advances, 2014
12014
Freedom and constraint: The interplay of consumer agency, social relations, and the market
M Barnhart, L Penaloza, F du Nord
2009 Copyright© ASSOCIATION FOR CONSUMER RESEARCH 36, 53, 2009
12009
UNRAVEL-ing gnarly knots: A path for researching market-entangled wicked social problems
AD Huff, M Barnhart
Journal of Business Research 144 (C), 717-727, 2022
2022
(Il) Legitimacy and Market Dynamics
A Aboelenien, J Sadek, A Dinnin Huff, M Barnhart, B Burkhardt, Z Arsel, ...
ACR North American Advances, 2021
2021
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