Calls for Grants

Available Grant

Grant: 2022 ACR-AMA Research Grants on Transformative Consumer Research

Information:

Proposals should be submitted via the TCR Research Grant Submission site  

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https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=2022tcrgrants]


Note that you will be required to create a login with username and password. You can update your submission(s) there any time before the June 1, 2022 deadline. Creating more than one proposal submission is permissible.


Amount of Award: 

 

Funding seeks to (1) encourage innovative exploratory inquiry that is consistent with TCR’s mission and (2) provide seed or supplemental funding for already-conceptualized projects where early empirical confirmation is likely to facilitate larger grants from other agencies and organizations. Funding is not to exceed $3,000 per grant, and most grants will be in the $1,000-$3,000 range.


ACR, AMA, and the anonymous donor have generously provided a total of $40,000 in potential funding.


Submission deadline: June 1, 2022


Funding notifications to be sent no later than August 31, 2022.


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Available Grant

Grant: UK Research and Innovation

Information: Proposals are invited for short-term projects addressing and mitigating the health, social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Project length: Up to 18 months

Closing date: none - apply at any time

Funding: Grants will be awarded at 80% of the full economic cost (fEC) for Research Council funding, or in line with Innovate UK's funding rules. For Innovate UK funding, State Aid rules apply. Please see guidance here.

Award range: There is no specific budget for this call. We are interested in funding research of any scale that can demonstrate it will deliver impact in the project length.

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Available Grant

Grant: Social, political and economic inequality Programme

Information

The Russell Sage Foundation invites letters of inquiry for its core programs and special initiatives related to: Social, Political and Economic Inequality; Future of Work; and Behavioral Science and Decision Making in Context. It also calls for LOIs related to two other areas of interest:

1 - Research on the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting recession in the U.S.

2 - Research focused on systemic racial inequality and/or the recent mass protests in the U.S. 


Amount of award: Trustee Grants are generally capped at $175,000, Presidential Awards are capped at $35,000. PI's may request up to $50,000.


Deadline: May 4, 2022

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Available Grant

Russell Sage Pipeline Grant Competition for early-mid career scholars

Information

The Russell Sage Foundation, in collaboration with the Economic Mobility and Opportunity program at the Bill & Melinda gates Foundation, invite early- to mid-career researchers to apply to the pipeline grant competition.


The competition seeks to promote diversity in the social sciences broadly, including racial, ethnic, gender, disciplinary, institutional and geographic diversity. 


Amount of award: Tenure track assistant professors can apply for grants of up to $30,000. RSF will pair assistant professors with mentors working in the same field, and provide an honorarium for the mentors. Associate professors who have been in the rank for less than seven years are eligible for grants of up to $50,000.


Deadline: 2022 deadline forthcoming

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TCR Grants

The ACR Board and Sheth Foundation are continuing to generously provide funds to support the ACR TCR grant competition. Past grants were supported by the Sheth Foundation, Association for Consumer Research, and Kellogg Foundation.

TCR Grant Receipients

I Will Be Green for Us: When Consumers Compensate for Their Partners’ Unsustainable Behavior

Principal Investigator:
Aylin Cakanlar, Stockholm University

Co-Investigators:
Hristina Nikolova, Boston College
Gergana Y. Nenkov, Boston College
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Relationship Substitutes: How (Over) Consuming Digital Influencer Content Impacts Consumer Wellbeing

Rachel Hochstein, Florida State University
Colleen Harmeling, Florida State University
 Ela Veresiu, York University
Amount: $500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Biosocial relations in the garden: moving beyond the middle-class consumer

Principal Investigator:
Julie Emontspool, University of Southern Denmark
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

How Racial Discrimination Influences Consumer Adoption of Service Robots

Principal Investigators:
Yeseul Kim, University of South Florida
Dipayan Biswas, University of South Florida
Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Understanding News Consumption and Interventions to Fight Misinformation to Protect Individual and Societal Well-Being.

Principal Investigators:

Martin Mende, Florida State University

Beth Vallen, Villanova University

Christopher Berry, Colorado State University

Valentina Ubal, Florida State University

Marina Cozac, Florida State University

Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Burning out together? A study on excessive consumption in fan tribes of professional wrestling

Principal Investigator:
Nicole Ye Yang, University of Sussex

Co-Investigator:
Paolo Franco, Radboud University
Amount: $1,000.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Healthcare in an Interconnected World: Increasing Blood Donations and Well-Being in the Social Media Era

Principal Investigator:
Riley Krotz, Texas Tech University

Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

An Exploration into Communal Experiences of Solastalgia

Principal Investigators:
Myriam Brouard, HEC Montréal
Verena Gruber, HEC Montréal

Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

How Marketing Helps or Harms Consumers After Baby Loss

Principal Investigator:
Elizabeth Minton, University of Wyoming 

Co-Investigators:
Alexa K. Fox, The University of Akron
Carissa M. Anthony, Drexel University
Cindy Xin Wang, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Turning to Food in the Face of Loneliness

Principal Investigator:
Shailendra Pratap Jain, University of Washington

Co-Investigators:
Aylin Aydinli, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Ernest Baskin, Saint Joseph’s University
Lan Nguyen Chaplin, University of Illinois at Chicago
Fang-Chi Lu, University of Melbourne
Nurit Nobel, Stockholm School of Economics
Jayati Sinha, Florida International University
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

It’s Not Me, It’s You: Awareness of Being Nudged Results in Oppositional Changes in Self-Perceptions

Principal Investigator
Rebecca Walker Reczek, Ohio State University

Co-Investigators:
Cory Haltman, Ohio State University
Cait Lamberton, University of Pennsylvania
Amount: $1,000.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Virtual Avatar and Me: The Effect of Body-Scan Virtual Avatars on Consumers’ Self-Perceptions and Well-Being

Principal Investigators:
Hyejune Park, Oklahoma State University
Adriana Petrova, Oklahoma State University
Semra Peksoz, Oklahoma State University
Amount: $1,000.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Relationship between Fashion and Style Orientation and Consumer Subjective Well-Being

Principal Investigator:
Shipra Gupta, University of Illinois Springfield

Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Social Media & Mindfulness: From the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) Towards the Joy of Missing Out (JOMO)

Principal Investigator:
Michelle van Solt, Valparaiso University

Co-Investigators:
Steven S. Chan
Shalini Bahl, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Nelson Amaral, Ontario Tech University
Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

How Meaningful Stories Enhance the Value of Associated Objects

Anne Hamby, Boise State University
Ali Tezer, HEC Montreal
Jennifer Escalas, Vanderbilt University
Amount: $1,000.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Food well-being (FWB) during the pandemic through a virtual cooking-class community

Principal Investigator:
Elizabeth Crosby, University of Wisconsin 

Co-Investigator:
Sydney Chinchanachokchai, University of Akron

Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

An Investigation of when Brands can Benefit from an Inclusive Portrayal

Principal Investigator:
Sphurti Sewak, Florida International University
Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Impact of Vulnerability and Perceived Scarcity on COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance

Principal Investigators:
Amy Greiner Fehl, Georgia Gwinnett College
Stacey Finkelstein, Stony Brook University
Beatriz Pereira, Iowa State University
Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Suspicious Caregiver: Caregiving Decreases Perceived Truthfulness and Sharing of Persuasive Communications

Principal Investigators:
Anika Schumacher, Grenoble Ecole de Management  
Kristen Lane, Columbia Business School
Jared Watson, New York University
Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Political consumerism in conflict economies: Food sovereignty organising in the occupied Palestinian territory

Principal Investigators:
Mikko Laamanen, emlyon business school
Aurélie Bröckerhoff, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University

Co-Investigator:
Mahmoud Soliman, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University
Amount: $2,000.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

“Eew! These people eat rats and cats”: The Systematic Exclusion of Tribal Consumers in Subsistence Marketplaces.

Principal Investigators:
Srinivas Venugopal, University of Vermont
Anaka Aiyar, University of Nevada

Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Intervention to Reduce Fake News Sharing on Social Media Targeted at High School Students

Principal Investigator:
Eugene Chan, Purdue University
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Discovering Healthy and Risky Consumption of Self-Sexualizing Women

Principal Investigator:
Dooyoung Choi, Old Dominion University
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Environmental Consumption Patterns in Early Motherhood: The Evolving and Diverse Notions of the Good Green Mother Identity.

Principal Investigator:
Niveen Abighannam, The University of Texas at Austin

Co-Investigator:
Lucy Atkinson, The University of Texas at Austin
Amount: $1,500.00

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TCR Grant Receipients

Narrative-based learning framework for healthcare professionals to improve citizen ageing and well-being

Principal Investigator:
Sonja Wendel, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Amount: $1,000.00

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External Grant Recipient Projects

TCR’s research has received significant grants to help extend its contributions to academic knowledge and impact in society at large. Read about some of our grant recipient projects.

Grant Information

Grant Recipient: Dr Eva Kipnis (Project Co-Ordinator) and Dr Ian Brittain (Co-Principal Investigators)

Source: European Union Framework 7 (Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme Programme) 2013-2018

Amount: €852,600

Topic: CARNiVAL project examining legacies of mega-events. The research focused upon all three stages of the event process (pre-event, the event itself and post-event) with a range of issues and impacts to be considered at both the micro and macro level. It considered both sporting and non-sporting events using a case study approach.

Grant Information

Grant Recipient: Dr Cornelia Pechmann (Principal Investigator) Dr James Prochaska (Co-Principal Investigator)

Source: National Institutes of Health (March 1, 2016 - March 1, 2021).

Amount: $2,577,181.00

Topic: "Social Media Technology for Treating Tobacco Addiction“. This research project, with its cutting-edge social network approaches and analyses, will examine the potential of the internet, and more specifically social media, to engage health communications for quitting smoking and preventing relapse for addiction treatment and cancer prevention. Further, the design tests the personalized benefits and treatment processes of a women-centered internet cessation intervention.

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