Consumption, markets & society: our PhD students

Our PhD students & topics

Barota Chakraborty: Sustainable Marketing and Cultural Heritage in Bangladesh

Sophie Duncan-Shepherd: Exploring Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Consumer Vulnerability – ‘Stigmatised Identities’

Nauman Asad Naseem: Positioning Pakistan as a Religious Tourism Destination

Sadia Nawaz: The Resilience of Print Advertising in a New Media Landscape

Miriam Owen: Do-It-Yourself Culture in Live Literary Events

Tanvi Panhale: Augmented Reality and Perceptions of Authenticity at Cultural Heritage Sites

Dilan Rathnayake: Consumer Identity Construction in Social Media

Karen Scott: Understanding consumer coping assemblages, within the context of food insecurity in Royston, Glasgow

Karyna Sorochynska: The consumption of taste within the context of counterfeit luxury

PhD Completions

Stephanie Anderson: Footsteps into the Forgotten: Consuming Obsolescence

Sudipta Das: Rethinking Brand Management: A Cultural Perspective on Brand Iconicity & Identity Politics

Katherine Duffy: Framing Practices, Spaces & Socialities of Consumption in Vintage

Amy Goode: Talkin’ ‘Bout Regeneration: Exploring Place Consumption and Spatial Vulnerability in a Neighbourhood Community

Leighanne Higgins: Consuming Lourdes: An investigation into the consumption of religious pilgrimage

Jane Johnstone: Delivering Ancestral Tourism in an Urban Heritage Organisation

Ashleigh Logan: Consuming Kate: Unpacking the Feminine Ideologies surrounding the Celebrity Princess Brand

Julius Stephan: Narratives of Redemption – Consumers’ Identity Reconstruction after having Overcome a Spell of Poverty