Scott Radford
TitleCited byYear
Linking innovation to design: Consumer responses to visual product newness
SK Radford, PH Bloch
Journal of Product Innovation Management 28 (s1), 208-220, 2011
Grief, commiseration, and consumption following the death of a celebrity
SK Radford, PH Bloch
Journal of Consumer Culture 12 (2), 137-155, 2012
Individual differences in consumer value for mass customized products
DM Hunt, SK Radford, KR Evans
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 12 (4), 327-336, 2013
Consumer perceptions of sustainability: A free elicitation study
BJK Simpson, SK Radford
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 24 (4), 272-291, 2012
Situational variables and sustainability in multi-attribute decision-making
BJK Simpson, SK Radford
European Journal of Marketing, 2014
Rethinking the environmental and experiential categories of sustainable building design: a conjoint analysis
OE Mansour, SK Radford
Building and environment 98, 47-54, 2016
Consumers’ online responses to the death of a celebrity
SK Radford, PH Bloch
Marketing Letters 24 (1), 43-55, 2013
Experiential learning projects: A pedagogical path to macromarketing education
SK Radford, DM Hunt, D Andrus
Journal of Macromarketing 35 (4), 466-472, 2015
Green Building Perception Matrix, A Theoretical Framework
OE Mansour, SK Radford
Proceedings of the Annual Architectural Research Symposium in Finland, 40-52, 2014
All co-production is not created equal: a value congruence approach for examining the degree of co-production
S Radford, S Sridhar
Enhancing Knowledge Development in Marketing, 244, 2005
Ritual, mythology, and consumption after a celebrity death
SK Radford, PH Bloch
Death in a Consumer Culture, 132-146, 2015
Fear and death: A meta-analytic review of fear appeals from a terror management perspective
N Rhodes, DM Hunt, S Radford
Votrag auf der 63, 2013
Marketing, society, and government: reflections on an undergraduate elective
SK Radford, DM Hunt
Journal of Macromarketing 28 (2), 192-194, 2008
Have you seen the new model?: visual design and product newness
SK Radford
University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007
Here is a place for you/know your place: critiquing “biopedagogy” embedded in images of the female body in fitness advertising
C Drake, SK Radford
Journal of Consumer Culture, 1469540519876009, 2019
Teaching Business Ethics: How to Use Experience-Based Projects to Achieve Higher-Order Learning Outcomes
DM Hunt, SK Radford
Journal of Business Ethics Education 15, 169-183, 2018
I6. How Does Runner’S World Shape a Runner’S World? Understanding Representations of the “Ideal” Female Body in Fitness Advertising
C Drake, S Radford
ACR North American Advances, 2018
Softly Assembled
C Drake, SK Radford
Gender Performance Through Products: Four Practices Responding to Masculine …, 2018
Gender As a Softly Assembled Performance: Interrogating the Tenuous Possession-Self Link When Women Don’T Want Pink and Men Don’T Want Blue
C Drake, S Radford
ACR North American Advances, 2017
Moral Reasoning and Implications for Employee Well-Being
SK RADFORD, DM HUNT, TLRSK Radford, DM Hunt, TL Rittenburg
Organizational Ethics and Stakeholder WellBeing in the Business Environment, 255, 2014
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