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Eagar, Toni and Lindridge, Andrew (2016). Resolving Contradictions in Human Brand Celebrity and Iconicity. In: Thyroff, Anastasia E.; Murray, Jeff B. and Belk, Russell W. eds. Consumer Culture Theory. Research in Consumer Behavior (17). Emerald, pp. 311–330. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Lindridge, Andrew; Henderson, Geraldine Rosa and Ekpo, Akon E. (2015). ‘(Virtual) ethnicity, the Internet, and well-being. Marketing Theory, 15(2) pp. 279–285. file

Lindridge, Andrew and Eagar, Toni (2015). ‘And Ziggy played guitar’: Bowie, the market, and the emancipation and resurrection of Ziggy Stardust. Journal of Marketing Management, 31(5-6) pp. 546–576.

Lindridge, Andrew; Vijaygopal, Rohini and Dibb, Sally (2014). The manifestation of culture in product purchase: A cross-cultural comparison. Journal of Marketing Analytics, 2(4) pp. 250–263.

Goulding, Christina; Saran, Michael and Lindridge, Andrew (2013). Reading the body at von Hagen's body worlds. Annals of Tourism Research, 40 pp. 306–330. file

Lindridge, Andrew; MacGaskill, Susan; Gnich, Wendy; Eadie, Douglas and Holme, Ingrid (2013). Applying an ecological model to social marketing communications. European Journal of Marketing, 47(9) pp. 1399–1420. file

Lindridge, Andrew M. (2012). Memories of pre- and post-migration consumption: better times or embodiments of a defensive mental state? In: Association of Consumer Research - Advances in Consumer Research, 4 – 7 October 2012, Vancouver. filefile

Worlu, Onyipreye and Lindridge, Andrew (2012). Conform or resist? Immigrant females and consumer empowerment. In: 2012 AMS World Marketing Congress -- Cultural Perspectives in Marketing, 28 Aug – 1 Sep 2012, Atlanta, GA, USA. file

Northington, William; Beatty, Sharon and Lindridge, Andrew (2012). The relationship between motivation, self-control, and locus of control within gambling. In: 41st AMS Annual Conference, 15-20 May 2012, New Orleans.

Lindridge, Andrew (2011). HMS Titanic, Elvis Presley and Cadbury's Wispa Bar: an analysis of the consumption of trauma. In: Consumer Culture Theory Conference 6 , 7-10 July 2011, Evanston, IL, USA. file

Lindridge, Andrew (2010). Are we fooling ourselves when we talk about ethnic homogeneity? The case of religion and ethnic sub-divisions amongst Indians living in Britain. Journal of Marketing Management, 26(5/6) pp. 441–472.

Lindridge, Andrew (2010). Inalienable wealth and trauma resolution: an explanation of genealogy consumption. Advances in Consumer Research, 38 file

Onyipreye, E. and Lindridge, A. M. (2010). Power dynamics in immigrant families in Britain and its effect on consumption. In: Association of Consumer Research, 37 pp. 790–791. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Lindridge, Andrew; McGaskill, Susan; Ali, Haider; Holme, Ingrid and Eadie, Douglas (2010). Children’s oral health services and socio-economic deprivation: theory of reasoned action in social marketing. In: 39th EMAC Conference, 01-04 Jun 2010, Copenhagen.

Lindridge, Andrew (2010). Religion and The SME. In: Nwankwo, S. and Gbadamosi, A. eds. Entrepreneurship Marketing: Principles and Practice of SME Marketing. London: Routledge.

Worlu, Omnipreye and Lindridge, Andrew (2010). Consumption as a tool of cultural resistance against patriarchy: the case of first generation Nigerian women living in Britain. In: European Association of Consumer Research Conference, 30 June - 3 July 2010, Egham, UK. file

Ekperi, Onyipreye and Lindridge, A. (2009). Power dynamics in immigrant families in Britain and its affect on consumption. In: Immigration, Consumption and Markets Conference, June 2009, Lille, France.

Lindridge, A. M. (2009). Acculturation, religion and consumption in normativepolitical ideolo. In: Association of Consumer Research, October 2008, San Fransico. file

Lindridge, Andrew (2009). Comparative analysis of mental health promotion policies. Mental Health Environments Project and The Mental Health Foundation, London.

Carrigan, M.; Lindridge, Andrew; MacAskill, S.; Eadie, D.; Gordon, R. and Heim, D. (2009). Where's the harm? A social marketing approach to reframing 'problem' drinking cultures. In: 38th European Marketing Academy Conference, May 26-29 2009, Audencia, Nantes. file

Lindridge, Andrew and Wang, Chunfang (2008). Saving “face” in China: modernization, parental pressure, and plastic surgery. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 7(6) pp. 496–508. file

Davis, Lenita; Wang, Sijun and Lindridge, Andrew (2008). Cultural influences on emotional responses to on-line store atmospheric cues. Journal of Business Research, 61(8) pp. 806–812. file

MacAskill, Susan; Lindridge, Andrew; Stead, Martine; Eadie, Douglas; Hayton, Paul and Braham, Mark (2008). Social marketing with challenging target groups: smoking cessation in prisons in England and Wales. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 13(3) pp. 251–261. file

Lindridge, Andrew (2007). Keeping the faith: spirituality and recovery from mental health problems. Mental Health Foundation, London, U.K..

Ali, Haider and Lindridge, Andrew (2007). Cultural sensitivity and its implications for social support in social marketing: the case of British Pakistani and British White cardiac patients. In: 36th EMAC 2007, 22 - 25 May 2007.

Lindridge, Andrew; Cui, Charles C. and Chi, Mai (2007). Materialism and reference group influence on the preference for Western culture through the consumption of Western branded clothing. In: Twelfth Cross Cultural Research Conference, 12-15 Dec 2007, Honolulu.

McGaskill, S.; Lindridge, A.; Eadie, D.; Hayton, P. and Braham, M. (2007). Social marketing and the implementation of smoking cessation in prisons in England and Wales. In: 36th European Marketing Academy Conference , 22-25 May 2007, Reyjkavik.

Ali, Haider and Lindridge, Andrew (2007). Cultural sensitivity and its implications for social support in social marketing: the case of British Pakistani and British white cardiac attack patients. In: 36th EMAC conference, June 2007, Rejkjavik.

Lindridge, Andrew M. and Hogg, Margaret K. (2006). Parental Gate-keeping in Diasporic Indian Families: Examining the Intersection of Culture, Gender and consumption. Journal of Marketing Management, 22(9-10) pp. 979–1008.

Lindridge, Andrew (2005). Religiosity and the construction of a cultural-consumption identity. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 22(3) pp. 142–152.

Hsieh, Ming and Lindridge, Andrew (2005). Universal appeals with local specifications. Journal of Product and Brand Management, 14(1) pp. 14–28. file

Lindridge, Andrew and Dhillon, Kamaldeep (2005). Cultural Role Confusion and Memories of a Lost Identity: How Non-Consumption Perpetuates Marginalisation. Advances in Consumer Research, 32(1) pp. 408–414.

Lindridge, Andrew M.; Hogg, Margaret K. and Shah, Mita (2004). Imagined multiple worlds: How South Asian women in Britain use family and friends to navigate the "border crossings" between household and societal contexts. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 7(3) pp. 211–239.

Lindridge, Andrew and Dibb, Sally (2003). Is 'culture' a justifiable variable for market segmentation? A cross-cultural example. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2(3) pp. 269–286. file

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