Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption

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Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption. / Cambefort, Marine; Pecot, Fabien Dominique Charles.

In: Marketing Theory, 26.12.2019.

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Cambefort, M & Pecot, FDC 2019, 'Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption', Marketing Theory. https://doi.org/10.1177/1470593119895792

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Cambefort, M., & Pecot, F. D. C. (2019). Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption. Marketing Theory. https://doi.org/10.1177/1470593119895792

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Cambefort M, Pecot FDC. Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption. Marketing Theory. 2019 Dec 26. https://doi.org/10.1177/1470593119895792

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Cambefort, Marine ; Pecot, Fabien Dominique Charles. / Theorizing Rightist Anti-Consumption. In: Marketing Theory. 2019.

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abstract = "Although a large number of conceptual and empirical works on anti-consumption can be found in the marketing literature, the majority ofthese studies describe progressive reasons against consumption and paylittle attention to rightist arguments. Building on multidisciplinaryliteratures, this paper identifies three rightist ideological groups that arelikely to engage in anti-consumption: traditional conservatives, theradical right, and welfare chauvinists. We theorise rightist anti-consumption in relation to three tensions (global-national, novel-traditional, individual-communitarian), discuss the implications formarketing theory and identify possible avenues for further research.Consumer research should investigate political ideology as a dimensionof anti-consumption, with particular attention paid to rightist reasonsagainst consumption.",
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