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Consumer Vulnerability: Conditions, contexts and characteristics / Edition 1

Consumer Vulnerability: Conditions, contexts and characteristics / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780415858588
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/10/2015
Series: Routledge Studies in Critical Marketing Series
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Kathy Hamilton, is Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Strathclyde UK; Susan Dunnett, is Lecturer in Marketing, University of Edinburgh, UK; Maria Piacentini, is Professor in Consumer Behaviour, Lancaster University, UK.

Table of Contents

Part I: Mapping the Domain of Consumer Vulnerability 1. Introduction (Kathy Hamilton, Susan Dunnett and Maria Piacentini) 2. On Consumer Vulnerability: Foundations, phenomena, and future investigations (Stacey Menzel Baker, Monica LaBarge and Courtney Nations Baker) 3. An Inclusive Approach to Consumer Vulnerability: Exploring the contributions of intersectionality (Bige Saatcioglu and Canan Corus) 4. Justice in Injustice, Power in Vulnerability: The dialogic potential of The Uncondemned (Catherine Coleman) 5. Asking for Trouble: Some reflections on researching bereaved consumers (Darach Turley) 6. Consumer Vulnerability is Market Failure (Jonathan Stearn) Part II: Consumer Vulnerability and Key Life Stages 7. Children as Vulnerable Consumers (Agnes Nairn) 8. Consuming Childhood Grief (Stephanie O’Donohoe) 9. An Adolescent-Centric Approach to Consumer Vulnerability: New implications for public policy (Wided Batat) 10. Care Leavers’ Experiences of Assuming Consumer Roles During the Transition to Adulthood (Sally Hibbert, Maria Piacentini and Margaret K. Hogg) 11. Older People: Citizens in a consumer society (Roger Clough) Part III: Consumer Vulnerability, Health and Wellbeing 12. Health Shocks, Identity and Consumer Vulnerability (Marlys J. Mason and Teresa Pavia) 13. Social Exclusion: A perspective on consumers with disabilities (Carol Kaufman-Scarborough) Part IV: Consumer Vulnerability, Poverty and Exclusion 14. Towards an Understanding of Religion-Related Vulnerability in Consumer Society (Aliakbar Jafari) 15. Descent into Financial Difficulty and the Role of Consumer Credit (Andrea Finney) 16. Poverty, Shame and the Vulnerable Consumer (Elaine Chase and Robert Walker) 17. Poverty Proofing the School Day (Sara Bryson and Stephen Crossley)

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