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Article

Veer, Ekant and Golf-Papez, Maja (2018) Physically freeing: breaking taboos through online displays of the sexual self. Journal of Marketing Management, 34 (13-14). pp. 1105-1125. ISSN 0267-257X

Golf-Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2017) Don’t feed the trolling: rethinking how online trolling is being defined and combated. Journal of Marketing Management, 33 (15-16). pp. 1336-1354. ISSN 0267-257X

Golf Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2017) Opening the black boxes of consumer misbehaviors: insights from studying online trolling. Advances in Consumer Research, 45. pp. 624-625. ISSN 0098-9258

Book Section

Veer, Ekant, Golf Papez, Maja and Zahrai, Kseniia (2019) Using the socio-ecological model as an holistic approach to behavioural change. In: Kennedy, Ann-Marie (ed.) Macro-social marketing insights. systems thinking for wicked problems. Routledge Interpretive Marketing Research . Routledge, Abingdon; New York, pp. 54-71. ISBN 978-1138322080

Conference or Workshop Item

Veer, Ekant and Golf Papez, Maja (2019) Photographic data privacy: sharing sexually explicit imagery online. In: Asia-Pacific ACR Conference 2019, 10th-12th Jan 2019, Ahmedabad, India.

Golf Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2017) Disassembling consumer misbehaviours: the Case of trolling. In: ANZMAC 2017: Marketing for impact, December 4-6 2017, Melbourne, Australia.

Golf Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2017) Opening the black boxes of consumer misbehaviors: insights from studying online trolling. In: 2017 Association for Consumer Research Conference, October 26-29 2017, San Diego, CA.

Golf Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2016) Towards better understanding and managing of online trolling behaviors. In: Association for Consumer Research Conference, 27-29 October 2016, Berlin, Germany.

Golf Papez, Maja and Beverland, Michael (2016) Exploring the negative aspects of consumer brand relationships through the use of relational models theory. In: BBR 2016, May 18th-20th 2016, Toronto, Canada.

Golf Papez, Maja and Veer, Ekant (2015) Who do we call trolls and why do they still find ways to troll? A conceptual paper. In: ANZMAC Conference 2015, 30 Nov - 2 Dec 2015, UNSW Business School, Sydney, Australia.

Thesis

Golf Papez, Maja (2018) Disassembling online trolling: towards the better understanding and managing of online mischief-making consumer misbehaviours. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

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