Jeffrey Podoshen
Jeffrey Podoshen
Professor of Marketing, Franklin and Marshall College
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Materialism and conspicuous consumption in China: A cross‐cultural examination
JS Podoshen, L Li, J Zhang
International journal of consumer studies 35 (1), 17-25, 2011
An examination of the relationships between materialism, conspicuous consumption, impulse buying, and brand loyalty
JS Podoshen, SA Andrzejewski
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 20 (3), 319-334, 2012
Dark tourism motivations: Simulation, emotional contagion and topographic comparison
JS Podoshen
Tourism management 35, 263-271, 2013
An examination of materialism, conspicuous consumption and gender differences
B Segal, JS Podoshen
International Journal of Consumer Studies 37 (2), 189-198, 2013
Satisfaction in technology‐enabled service encounters
SC Makarem, SM Mudambi, JS Podoshen
Journal of Services Marketing, 2009
The African American consumer revisited: brand loyalty, word‐of‐mouth and the effects of the black experience
JS Podoshen
Journal of Consumer Marketing, 2008
Equity restoration, the Holocaust and tourism of sacred sites
JS Podoshen, JM Hunt
Tourism Management 32 (6), 1332-1342, 2011
Dystopian dark tourism: An exploratory examination
JS Podoshen, V Venkatesh, J Wallin, SA Andrzejewski, Z Jin
Tourism Management 51, 316-328, 2015
Word of mouth, brand loyalty, acculturation and the American Jewish consumer
JS Podoshen
Journal of Consumer Marketing, 2006
Materialism, conspicuous consumption, and American hip-hop subculture
JS Podoshen, SA Andrzejewski, JM Hunt
Journal of International Consumer Marketing 26 (4), 271-283, 2014
Theoretical reflections on dystopian consumer culture: Black metal
JS Podoshen, V Venkatesh, Z Jin
Marketing Theory 14 (2), 207-227, 2014
Animosity, collective memory, rumor and equity restoration: Consumer reactions to the Holocaust
JS Podoshen, JM Hunt
Consumption, Markets and Culture 12 (4), 301-327, 2009
New approaches to dark tourism inquiry: A response to Isaac
JS Podoshen, SA Andrzejewski, V Venkatesh, J Wallin
Tourism Management 51, 331-334, 2015
Eschewing community: Black metal
V Venkatesh, JS Podoshen, K Urbaniak, JJ Wallin
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 25 (1), 66-81, 2015
Dark tourism, abjection and blood: A festival context
JS Podoshen, G Yan, SA Andrzejewski, J Wallin, V Venkatesh
Tourism Management 64, 346-356, 2018
Distressing events and future purchase decisions: Jewish consumers and the Holocaust
J Podoshen
Journal of Consumer Marketing, 2009
Trajectories in Holocaust tourism
JS Podoshen
Journal of Heritage Tourism 12 (4), 347-364, 2017
Consuming abjection: an examination of death and disgust in the black metal scene
JS Podoshen, SA Andrzejewski, J Wallin, V Venkatesh
Consumption Markets & Culture 21 (2), 107-128, 2018
From pride to prejudice to shame: Multiple facets of the black metal scene within and without online environments
V Venkatesh, JS Podoshen, D Perri, K Urbaniak
Educational, psychological, and behavioral considerations in niche online …, 2014
Sins of the fathers: The holocaust and the leisure travel decision among American Jews
JS Podoshen
Tourism Analysis 11 (5), 331-336, 2006
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