Denise's research interests are in the areas of consumption and sustainability. She is particularly interested in how communities build, retain and defend their sense of identity


Publications:
Enabling Change: Helping Individuals Participate in Sustainable Communities

Two case studies to explore how individuals may be empowered to participate in building sustainable communities.

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Imposed Change and Social Sustainability: A Community's Perspective

We explore the impact of proposed changes to power generation on the social sustainability and identity of a community

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Status and Sustainable Consumption in Lifestyles: From Conspicuous to Conscious

The research sites of interest are life style events, in particular, weddings, sports and corporate events, each of which include major levels of consumption.

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Achieving more Effective Social Marketing: Putting the Social Back into Systems Theory

In our paper we offer insights in to what the social sciences in general, and social marketing in particular, can offer change programmes in the area of social sustainability

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Marketing “Sustainability”: A New Vision for Promoting Sustainable Consumer Lifestyles

A discussion of why marketing campaigns promoting sustainability have had limited impact to date and argues for a new approach based on the motives for consumers adopting sustainable lifestyles.

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I’m No Tree-hugger! The Identities Those Living Sustainably Reject, Adopt and Aspire to Have

The study of individuals undertaking sustainable lifestyles that elaborates on the different types of identities they reject, adopt, and aspire to have.

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