Louise M Hassan
Louise M Hassan
Professor, Bangor Business School
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The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food
N Michaelidou, LM Hassan
International journal of consumer studies 32 (2), 163-170, 2008
6372008
An exploration of values in ethical consumer decision making
D Shaw, E Grehan, E Shiu, L Hassan, J Thomson
Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review 4 (3), 185-200, 2005
3622005
Fashion victim: the impact of fair trade concerns on clothing choice
D Shaw, G Hogg, E Wilson, E Shiu, L Hassan
Journal of strategic marketing 14 (4), 427-440, 2006
2422006
Emotions, store-environmental cues, store-choice criteria, and marketing outcomes
G Walsh, E Shiu, LM Hassan, N Michaelidou, SE Beatty
Journal of Business Research 64 (7), 737-744, 2011
2002011
Modeling the factors affecting rural consumers’ purchase of organic and free-range produce: A case study of consumers’ from the Island of Arran in Scotland, UK
N Michaelidou, LM Hassan
Food Policy 35 (2), 130-139, 2010
1292010
Intending to be ethical: An examination of consumer choice in sweatshop avoidance
D Shaw, E Shiu, L Hassan, C Bekin, G Hogg
Association for Consumer Research, 2007
1212007
Who says there is an intention–behaviour gap? Assessing the empirical evidence of an intention–behaviour gap in ethical consumption
LM Hassan, E Shiu, D Shaw
Journal of Business Ethics 136 (2), 219-236, 2016
1132016
Consumer-based brand equity measurement: lessons learned from an international study
N Michaelidou, N Reynolds, L Greenacre, LM Hassan, G Christodoulides, ...
International Marketing Review, 2015
1112015
Replicating, validating, and reducing the length of the consumer perceived value scale
G Walsh, E Shiu, LM Hassan
Journal of Business Research 67 (3), 260-267, 2014
1052014
The impact of smokefree legislation in Scotland: results from the Scottish ITC Scotland/UK longitudinal surveys
A Hyland, LM Hassan, C Higbee, C Boudreau, GT Fong, R Borland, ...
European Journal of Public Health 19 (2), 198-205, 2009
952009
Modeling persuasion in social advertising: A study of responsible thinking in antismoking promotion in eight Eastern EU (European Union) member states
LM Hassan, G Walsh, EMK Shiu, G Hastings, F Harris
Journal of Advertising 36 (2), 15-31, 2007
762007
Demarketing tobacco through governmental policies–The 4Ps revisited
E Shiu, LM Hassan, G Walsh
Journal of Business Research 62 (2), 269-278, 2009
712009
Uncertainty in ethical consumer choice: a conceptual model
L Hassan, D Shaw, E Shiu, G Walsh, S Parry
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 12 (3), 182-193, 2013
532013
Consumer uncertainty, revisited
EMK Shiu, G Walsh, LM Hassan, D Shaw
Psychology & Marketing 28 (6), 584-607, 2011
502011
Does smoke-free Ireland have more smoking inside the home and less in pubs than the United Kingdom? Findings from the international tobacco control policy evaluation project
A Hyland, C Higbee, L Hassan, GT Fong, R Borland, KM Cummings, ...
European Journal of Public Health 18 (1), 63-65, 2008
482008
Consumer characteristics and the use of social networking sites
N Michaelidou, N Reynolds, L Greenacre, LM Hassan, C Park, J Jun, ...
International Marketing Review, 2015
452015
Segmentation in social marketing
G Walsh, LM Hassan, E Shiu, JC Andrews, G Hastings
European Journal of Marketing, 2010
422010
The influence of nutrition information on choice: The roles of temptation, conflict and self‐control
LM Hassan, EMK Shiu, N Michaelidou
Journal of Consumer Affairs 44 (3), 499-515, 2010
362010
The association of normative perceptions with adolescent smoking intentions
AK Brown, C Moodie, G Hastings, AM Mackintosh, L Hassan, J Thrasher
Journal of Adolescence 33 (5), 603-614, 2010
352010
Addressing the cross‐country applicability of the theory of planned behaviour (TPB): A structured review of multi‐country TPB studies
LM Hassan, E Shiu, S Parry
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 15 (1), 72-86, 2016
342016
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