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Materialism: the good, the bad, and the ugly

(2014) JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT. 30(17-18). p.1858-1881
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Materialism has a generally held connotation that is associated with character deficiencies, self-centeredness, and unhappiness, and most extant research views materialism as having a negative influence on well-being. In this article, we review and synthesize research that supports both positive and negative outcomes of behaviors associated with materialism. We conceptualize materialism in terms of the motives underlying materialistic behavior, and situate our review and synthesis of materialism research within this context. In doing so, we document the utility of a motives-based view of materialism and propose research agendas that arise from this motives-based perspective.
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Shrum, LJ, Tina Lowrey, Mario Pandelaere, Ayalla Ruvio, Elodie Gentina, Pia Furcheim, Maud Herbert, et al. 2014. “Materialism: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” Journal of Marketing Management 30 (17-18): 1858–1881.
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Shrum, L., Lowrey, T., Pandelaere, M., Ruvio, A., Gentina, E., Furcheim, P., Herbert, M., et al. (2014). Materialism: the good, the bad, and the ugly. JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT, 30(17-18), 1858–1881.
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Shrum L, Lowrey T, Pandelaere M, Ruvio A, Gentina E, Furcheim P, et al. Materialism: the good, the bad, and the ugly. JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT. 2014;30(17-18):1858–81.
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Shrum, LJ, Tina Lowrey, Mario Pandelaere, et al. “Materialism: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT 30.17-18 (2014): 1858–1881. Print.
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  abstract     = {Materialism has a generally held connotation that is associated with character deficiencies, self-centeredness, and unhappiness, and most extant research views materialism as having a negative influence on well-being. In this article, we review and synthesize research that supports both positive and negative outcomes of behaviors associated with materialism. We conceptualize materialism in terms of the motives underlying materialistic behavior, and situate our review and synthesis of materialism research within this context. In doing so, we document the utility of a motives-based view of materialism and propose research agendas that arise from this motives-based perspective.},
  author       = {Shrum, LJ and Lowrey, Tina and Pandelaere, Mario and Ruvio, Ayalla and Gentina, Elodie and Furcheim, Pia and Herbert, Maud and Hudders, Liselot and Lens, Inge and Mandel, Naomi and Nairn, Agnes and Samper, Adriana and Soscia, Isabella and Steinfield, Laurel},
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  journal      = {JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT},
  keyword      = {Materialism},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {17-18},
  pages        = {1858--1881},
  title        = {Materialism: the good, the bad, and the ugly},
  volume       = {30},
  year         = {2014},
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