Peter Nuttall

Dr

  • 8 WEST 4.07

20052018
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My work considers the consumer behaviour and practices of adolescents. My work has included adolescent expression of self in the context of music consumption, the social environment and its relevance for adolescent choice and use of music and more recently I have explored elective identity and commitment to practice within social groups. Employing innovative research methods to generate greater insight into adolescent behaviour is key to his research. Current projects include Style and Subculture: This project examines small social groups organised around shared fashion and music to understand how those in emerging adulthood ‘practice’ being part of a group. This study considers not only how an individual self project is assembled but the way in which the practice of being part of a social group can be viewed as credible or authentic by others. Ritual Practices: This project focuses on adolescent experiences of the high school prom and considers the ‘globalisation’ of this ritual event.

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Projects 2012 2014

Research Output 2005 2018

Tribes
Formalization
Consumer research
Hybrid organizations
Market demand
1 Citations

Social belonging and the social collective: Understanding how processes shape youth markets

Tinson, J., Piacentini, M. F., Nuttall, P. & Cocker, H., 1 Jun 2017, In : Marketing Theory. 17, 2, p. 201-217 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Market practices
Poverty
Market access
Educational level
Social practice

Tense from Touch: Examining Accidental Interpersonal Touch between Consumers

Martin, B. & Nuttall, P., Oct 2017, In : Psychology and Marketing. 34, 10, p. 946-955

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Touch
Arousal
Research
Emotions
Anxiety
6 Citations
Open Access
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