Dr Stephanie Anderson

  • Lecturer in Marketing (Management)

telephone: 01413302950
email: Stephanie.Anderson@glasgow.ac.uk

Main Building, East Quad, room 241K, University Avenue, Glasgow

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6305-6592

Biography

Dr Stephanie Anderson is a Lecturer in Marketing at the Adam Smith Business School. Stephanie holds a PhD in Marketing along with an MRes in Marketing and BA (Hons) in Marketing & Management from the University of Strathclyde.

Stephanie researches consumption, markets, and culture. Her research focuses on how communities consume, often through ethics of care, rituals, and resistance. Stephanie’s work on memorialisation has been published in the Journal of Consumer Research.

Previous research includes labours of digital work, anti-consumption, and waste consumption. Stephanie’s current work explores therapeutic consumption markets. 

Stephanie has published in Journal of Consumer Research, Marketing Theory, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, Consumption Markets & Culture, and Advances in Consumer Research.

Research interests

Stephanie is a member of the Marketing research cluster.

Areas of expertise: 

  • Consumption communities
  • Memorialisation
  • Rituals, consumer resistance, and anti-consumption
  • The work of consumption
  • Visual, ethnographic, and non-representational methodologies

 

Publications

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2024

Traill, H., Anderson, S. , Shaw, D. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2024) Caring at the edges: infrastructures of care and repair in urban deprivation. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, (Accepted for Publication)

2023

Porter, N., Goode, A. and Anderson, S. (2023) Hen Dos and Don’ts: lifting the veil on tensions in consumer rituals. Journal of Marketing Management, 39(13-14), pp. 1197-1219. (doi: 10.1080/0267257X.2023.2219691)

Brown, G., Traill, H., Anderson, S. , Shaw, D. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2023) Good Food for All in Glasgow: An Interim Assessment of the Glasgow City Food Plan. Other. University of Glasgow.

Traill, H., Shaw, D. , Anderson, S. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2023) Approaching the ethics of sustainability in an area of deprivation. In: Carrigan, M., Wells, V. K. and Papadas, K. A. (eds.) Research Handbook on Ethical Consumption: Contemporary Research in Responsible and Sustainable Consumer Behaviour. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 174-189. ISBN 9781802202014 (doi: 10.4337/9781802202021.00018)

Anderson, S. and Hamilton, K. (2023) Consumer-driven memorialization. Journal of Consumer Research, (doi: 10.1093/jcr/ucad025) (Early Online Publication)

2020

Traill, H., Shaw, D. , Anderson, S. , Cumbers, A. , McMaster, R. and Marr, N. (2020) Baltic Street Adventure Playground Establishing a Community Food Hub. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.217178).

2018

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2018) “They were built to last”: anticonsumption and the materiality of waste in obsolete buildings. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 37(2), pp. 195-212. (doi: 10.1177/0743915618810438)

2017

Anderson, S. , Tonner, A. and Hamilton, K. (2017) Death of buildings in consumer culture: natural death, architectural murder and cultural rape. Consumption Markets and Culture, 20(5), pp. 387-402. (doi: 10.1080/10253866.2017.1367676)

2016

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2016) Social labour: Exploring work in consumption. Marketing Theory, 16(3), pp. 383-400. (doi: 10.1177/1470593116640598)

2015

Anderson, S. (2015) Alternative Places of Consumption: Understanding Urban Exploration. In: 8th Workshop on Interpretive Consumer Research, Edinburgh, UK, 16-17 Apr 2015,

Anderson, S. (2015) Consuming Place: Understanding Urban Exploration. In: Department of Marketing Doctoral Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2015,

Anderson, S. and Goode, A. (2015) ‘It’s Like Somebody Else’s Pub’: Understanding Conflict in Third Place. In: Association for Consumer Research Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2015,

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2015) See that door with a No Entry sign? Open it?: Exploring consumer agency in contested place. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, pp. 309-313.

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2015) See that Door with a No Entry sign? Open it?: Exploring Consumer Agency in Contested Place. In: Association for Consumer Research Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2015,

Goode, A. and Anderson, S. (2015) ‘It’s like somebody else’s pub’: understanding conflict in third place. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, pp. 346-351.

2014

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2014) 'I Regularly Weigh Up Just Getting Rid of Facebook': Exploring Restriction As a Form of Anti-Consumption. In: 2014 ACR North American Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, 23-26 Oct 2014,

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2014) ‘I regularly weigh up just getting rid of Facebook’: exploring restriction as a form of anti-consumption. Advances in Consumer Research, 42, pp. 235-239.

2013

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2013) Virtual Identity Construction and the Ambivalences of Social Technology. In: Reflecting on the Past, Celebrating the Present and Shaping the Future in Marketing Research, Edinburgh, UK, 19 Sept 2013,

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Number of items: 18.

Articles

Traill, H., Anderson, S. , Shaw, D. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2024) Caring at the edges: infrastructures of care and repair in urban deprivation. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, (Accepted for Publication)

Porter, N., Goode, A. and Anderson, S. (2023) Hen Dos and Don’ts: lifting the veil on tensions in consumer rituals. Journal of Marketing Management, 39(13-14), pp. 1197-1219. (doi: 10.1080/0267257X.2023.2219691)

Anderson, S. and Hamilton, K. (2023) Consumer-driven memorialization. Journal of Consumer Research, (doi: 10.1093/jcr/ucad025) (Early Online Publication)

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2018) “They were built to last”: anticonsumption and the materiality of waste in obsolete buildings. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 37(2), pp. 195-212. (doi: 10.1177/0743915618810438)

Anderson, S. , Tonner, A. and Hamilton, K. (2017) Death of buildings in consumer culture: natural death, architectural murder and cultural rape. Consumption Markets and Culture, 20(5), pp. 387-402. (doi: 10.1080/10253866.2017.1367676)

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2016) Social labour: Exploring work in consumption. Marketing Theory, 16(3), pp. 383-400. (doi: 10.1177/1470593116640598)

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2015) See that door with a No Entry sign? Open it?: Exploring consumer agency in contested place. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, pp. 309-313.

Goode, A. and Anderson, S. (2015) ‘It’s like somebody else’s pub’: understanding conflict in third place. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, pp. 346-351.

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2014) ‘I regularly weigh up just getting rid of Facebook’: exploring restriction as a form of anti-consumption. Advances in Consumer Research, 42, pp. 235-239.

Book Sections

Traill, H., Shaw, D. , Anderson, S. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2023) Approaching the ethics of sustainability in an area of deprivation. In: Carrigan, M., Wells, V. K. and Papadas, K. A. (eds.) Research Handbook on Ethical Consumption: Contemporary Research in Responsible and Sustainable Consumer Behaviour. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 174-189. ISBN 9781802202014 (doi: 10.4337/9781802202021.00018)

Research Reports or Papers

Brown, G., Traill, H., Anderson, S. , Shaw, D. , Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2023) Good Food for All in Glasgow: An Interim Assessment of the Glasgow City Food Plan. Other. University of Glasgow.

Traill, H., Shaw, D. , Anderson, S. , Cumbers, A. , McMaster, R. and Marr, N. (2020) Baltic Street Adventure Playground Establishing a Community Food Hub. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.217178).

Conference Proceedings

Anderson, S. (2015) Alternative Places of Consumption: Understanding Urban Exploration. In: 8th Workshop on Interpretive Consumer Research, Edinburgh, UK, 16-17 Apr 2015,

Anderson, S. (2015) Consuming Place: Understanding Urban Exploration. In: Department of Marketing Doctoral Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2015,

Anderson, S. and Goode, A. (2015) ‘It’s Like Somebody Else’s Pub’: Understanding Conflict in Third Place. In: Association for Consumer Research Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2015,

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2015) See that Door with a No Entry sign? Open it?: Exploring Consumer Agency in Contested Place. In: Association for Consumer Research Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2015,

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2014) 'I Regularly Weigh Up Just Getting Rid of Facebook': Exploring Restriction As a Form of Anti-Consumption. In: 2014 ACR North American Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, 23-26 Oct 2014,

Anderson, S. , Hamilton, K. and Tonner, A. (2013) Virtual Identity Construction and the Ambivalences of Social Technology. In: Reflecting on the Past, Celebrating the Present and Shaping the Future in Marketing Research, Edinburgh, UK, 19 Sept 2013,

This list was generated on Sun Feb 25 18:25:43 2024 GMT.

Grants

  • Academy of Marketing Early Career Researcher Grant (2018-2019)
  • The Community Food Hub, Social Innovation Fund Scottish Government (2019)
  • Being Human Festival of Humanities (2017-2018)

Supervision

Stephanie is interested in supervising doctoral research that explores consumer culture and material cultures of consumption. Specific areas of interest include; communities, subcultures, space/place, death markets and archaeologies of the past. She is interested by projects using interpretive methodologies, archival research, ethnographic and visual methods.

Current supervision

  • Cloughton, Beth
    Connecting communities: transformative impacts of community garden networks

Teaching

  • Global consumer behaviour (MSc)
  • Contemporary issues in consumer behaviour (MA)
  • Introduction to Marketing (MA)

Research datasets

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Number of items: 1.

2023

Anderson, S. (2023) Consumer-driven Memorialization. [Data Collection]

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