Johanna Franziska Gollnhofer
University of St. Gallen
EpistemologyAdvertisingMateriality (auditing)EngineeringDialecticConsumption (economics)Political economyConceptual frameworkSociologyBusinessInstitutional theoryGermanHumanitiesPsychologyIdeologyTaste (sociology)EconomicsMarketingMicroeconomicsPolitical scienceBusiness administrationEthnographyInformation systemInnovation managementNegotiationEnablingConsumer behaviourTabooValue (ethics)FacilitatorLegitimationFood wasteContext (language use)GrassrootsPublic administrationPublic relationsProcess (engineering)Business studiesSustainabilityCultural studiesSocial psychologyDelegationAdaptation (computer science)Environmental ethics
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#1Johanna Franziska Gollnhofer (HSG: University of St. Gallen)H-Index: 8
#2Kushagra Bhatnagar (Aalto University)H-Index: 1
The contemporary German food market is marked by a large number of food items on retail shelves—the choice and abundance of products stand in sharp contrast to the market of the 1950s. We conduct a...
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Wie verandert sich das Konsumentenverhalten in der Covid-19-Pandemie? Dieser Beitrag analysiert Veranderungen im Schweizer Konsumentenverhalten und identifiziert vier typische Verhaltensanderungen. Basierend auf der Konsumentenperspektive werden Best-Practice-Beispiele fur die Marketingkommunikation in der Krise prasentiert.
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This paper explores the collective pursuit of quasi-scientific knowledge practices as a consumption activity. By empirically analyzing the highly-specialized collective practice of game-breaking we grant insights into consumption collectives constituting knowledge systems. We show that the collective explorative endeavor of epistemic consumption relegates the aesthetic dimension of collective consumption to the backstage. By uncovering knowledge pathways, this study sheds light on the structurin...
#1Johanna Franziska Gollnhofer (HSG: University of St. Gallen)H-Index: 8
#2Daniel Boller (HSG: University of St. Gallen)H-Index: 1
Based on a longitudinal approach, Gollnhofer and Boller trace the German anti-food waste movement. They followed the anti-food waste movement from 2012 to 2016 as it grew from a group of dumpster divers into a collective based on food sharing and resulted in a movement that motivated retailers to change some of their business routines (i.e. selling blemished fruits and vegetables). They contribute to prior literature by showing how the idea of selling ugly fruit and vegetables gained ground in t...
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People increasingly declutter consumption objects. What motivates them to start this form of disposal process? Prior research gives us interesting insights into divestment processes but only provides limited insights so far on what may start these processes. We explore consumer motivations to start disposal processes. To do so, we studied consumers and their decluttering practices. In our study, we so far identified three motivational factors for starting disposal processes: special events, spat...
#1Matthias FuchsH-Index: 2
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