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TRANSFORMATIVE CONSUMER RESEARCH CONFERENCES
The 2021 Transformative Consumer Research Conference will be held
June 27-30, 2021, at the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, Virginia, USA).
The co-organizers are David Mick and Rick Netemeyer.
The deadline for track proposals is May 31, 2020.
The details for submitting track proposals can be found at:
The conference website is under development, and will be found at: https://tcr2021.mcintire.virginia.edu
The conference will again be based on a dialogical model of research collaboration and,
accordingly, the call for track proposals will appear on various listservs beginning in January, 2020.
Questions may be sent to TCR2021@virginia.edu.
TCR 2019 Conference was be held at Florida State University.
Chaired by Martin Mende and Maura Scott
Click here for more information about the 2019 TCR Conference
TCR 2017 was held at Cornell University.
Chaired by Brennan Davis, Julie Ozanne and Stijn Van Osselaer
This was another year of exciting innovation for TCR as you can see in the list of conference tracks.
Click here for more information about the 2017 TCR Conference
There were 207 participants at TCR 2017 of which 56 were doctoral students. All participants were ACR members (many signed up for ACR to participate). Participants were from 19 countries including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and of course the United States. There were 25 tracks: 15 tracks were in track 1, and 10 were in track 2. Track 1 was for TCR participants who wanted the chance to dialogue about a new topic together at TCR. Track 2 was a continuation of the research dialogue that included empirical work or action components. For the first time, we held a workshop for early career scholars on how to increase the impact of their research, e.g., in mass media, using relational engagement strategies. There are two pending special publications from TCR 2017: a special issue in the Journal of Business Research and a special section in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, and both are expected to be ready for publication around 2019.
Adapted from Mick, David Glen, Simone Pettigrew,Cornelia Pechmann, and Julie L. Ozanne (2012), “Origins, Qualities, and Envisionments of Transformative Consumer Research,” in Transformative Consumer Research for Personal and Collective Well-Being, ed. David Glen Mick, Simone Pettigrew,Cornelia Pechmann, and Julie L. Ozanne, New York: Routledge, 3-24.
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