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A. Huff, Consumers, Culture, Strategy, and Market Systems: Integrating Marketing Research and Firearms Studies, Gun Studies Symposium. University of Arizona, 2017.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Consumers, Culture, Marketing Strategy, and Market Systems: Integrating Marketing Research and Firearms Studies, New York: , 2019.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., McAlexander, J., and McAlexander, B., Consumers’ Assemblages of Fear and Safety with Firearms: Obstacles to Addressing Gun Violence in an Armed America, Association for Consumer Research Conference 2017. San Diego, CA, 2017.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., McAlexander, J., and McAlexander, B., Consumers’ Assemblages of Fear and Safety with Firearms: Obstacles to Addressing Gun Violence in an Armed America, Consumer Culture Theory Conference 2017. Anaheim, CA, 2017.
A. Huff, Barnhart, M., McAlexander, B., and McAlexander, J., Consumers' Assemblages of Fear and Safety with Firearms: Obstacles to Addressing Gun Violence in an Armed America, in Association for Consumer Research, San Diego, CA, 2017, vol. 45, pp. 675-676.
A. Huff, Commercial Elder Care: Implications for Consumer Research and Public Policy, Academic Consumer Interest Research in Policy Making. Toronto, 2012.
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A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Assembling Safety in an Armed America, Oregon Marketing Research Symposium. Eugene, Oregon, 2017.
M. Barnhart and Huff, A., Assembling Safety in an Armed America, Speaker Series. Melbourne, Australia, 2017.
M. Barnhart and Huff, A., Arming School Staff Will Pose Risks to Students that Outweigh Chance of Shooting, 2019.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., and Scott, I., American Consumers' Understandings of the Right to Consume Firearms, in Consumer Culture Theory Consortium, 2019.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., and Scott, I., American Consumers' Understandings of the Right to Consume Firearms, Consumer Culture Theory 2019. Montreal, Canada, 2019.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., The Ambivalent Role of Adult Siblings in Family Decisions about Elder Care, Association for Consumer Research. St Louis, 2011.
A. Huff, The Ambivalent Role of Adult Siblings in Family Decisions about Elder Care, Consumer Culture Theory. Chicago, 2011.
A. Huff, Barnhart, M., McAlexander, B., and McAlexander, J., Addressing the Wicked Problem of American Gun Violence: Consumer Interest Groups as Macro-social Marketers, Journal of Macromarketing, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 393-408, 2017.