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Journal Articles
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.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., The Evolving Family Assemblage: How Senior Families 'Do' Family, European Journal of Marketing, vol. 50, no. 5/6, pp. 892-915, 2016.
A. Huff, Brouard, M., Belkir, M., Brunk, K., Dalmoro, M., Ferriera, M. Christina, Figueirdo, B., Scaraboto, D., Sibai, O., and Smith, A., Isolation in Globalizing Academic Fields: A Collaborative Autoethnography of Early Career Researchers, Academy of Management Learning and Education, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 261-285, 2019.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., and Cotte, J., Like a Member of the Family: Including and Excluding Paid Caregivers in Performances of Family, Journal of Marketing Management, vol. 30, no. 15-16, pp. 1680-1702, 2014.
S. J. S. Wilner and Huff, A., Objects of Desire: The Role of Product Design in Revising Contested Cultural Meanings, Journal of Marketing Management, vol. 33, no. 3-4, pp. 244-271, 2017.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., McAlexander, B., and McAlexander, J., Preparing for the Attack: Mitigating Risk through Routines in Armed Self-Defense, Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, vol. 3, no. 1, 2018.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., Solution or Settlement? The Case of Childcare, Journal of Consumer Affairs, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 72-97, 2013.
Presentations
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.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., and Scott, I., American Consumers' Understandings of the Right to Consume Firearms, Consumer Culture Theory 2019. Montreal, Canada, 2019.
M. Barnhart and Huff, A., Assembling Safety in an Armed America, Speaker Series. Melbourne, Australia, 2017.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Assembling Safety in an Armed America, Oregon Marketing Research Symposium. Eugene, Oregon, 2017.
A. Huff and Wilner, S. J. S., Both Erotic and Ergonomic? Product Design as a Mechanism for Moral Legitimacy, Design Management Institute Conference. London, UK, 2014.
J. Wang and Huff, A., Boycotters Who Don’t Boycott: Attitude-Behavior Inconsistency in an Anti-Consumption Movement, Association for Consumer Research. St Louis, 2011.
A. Huff, Buying the Girlfriend Experience: An Exploration of the Consumption Experiences of Male Customers of Escorts, Association for Consumer Research. St Louis, 2011.
A. Huff, Buying the Girlfriend Experience: An Exploration of the Consumption Experiences of Male Customers of Escorts, Consumer Culture Theory. Chicago, 2011.
A. Huff, Commercial Elder Care: Implications for Consumer Research and Public Policy, Academic Consumer Interest Research in Policy Making. Toronto, 2012.
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.
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.
A. Huff, Consumers, Culture, Strategy, and Market Systems: Integrating Marketing Research and Firearms Studies, Gun Studies Symposium. University of Arizona, 2017.
A. Huff and Wilner, S. J. S., Focus on the Form, Forget about the Function: Marketplaces for Illicit Products, AMA Winter Educator's Conference. San Antonio, TX, 2015.
A. Huff and Wilner, S., Focus on the Form, Forget the Function: The Legitimization of Illicit Products through Design, Consumer Culture Theory. Tucson, 2013.
A. Huff and Wilner, S., Focus on the Form, Forget the Function: The Legitimization of Illicit Products through Design, Association for Consumer Research. 2013.
M. Belkhir, Brouard, M., Brunk, K. H., Campana, M., Dalmoro, M., Ferreira, M. Christina, Figueiredo, B., Huff, A., Scaraboto, D., Sibai, O., and Smith, A., From Fish Tank to the Open Ocean: Navigating the Institutional Field of CCT, Consumer Culture Theory 2016. Lille, France, 2016.
M. Barnhart and Huff, A., In and Out: Paid Caregivers as Members of the Family..kind of, Consumer Culture Theory Conference. Helsinki, Finland, 2014.
M. Belkhir, Brouard, M., Brunk, K. H., Campana, M., Dalmoro, M., Ferreira, M. Christina, Figueiredo, B., Huff, A., Scaraboto, D., Sibai, O., and Smith, A., Isolation in Emerging Fields: The Case of Entrant Actors in an Emerging Academic Field, Consumer Culture Theory 2017. Anaheim, CA, 2017.
M. Belkhir, Brouard, M., Brunk, K. H., Campana, M., Dalmoro, M., Ferreira, M. Christina, Figueiredo, B., Huff, A., Scaraboto, D., Sibai, O., and Smith, A., Isolation in Globalizing Academic Fields: A Collaborative Autoethnography of Early Career Researchers, Academy of Management Conference 2019. Boston, 2019.
A. Huff, Humphreys, A., and Wilner, S. J. S., Legitimacy and the Politics of Things, Consumer Culture Theory 2018. Odense, Denmark, 2018.
A. Huff, Wilner, S. J. S., and Humphreys, A., The Pot Problem: The Role of Design in Legitimation of New Markets, American Marketing Association 2016 Winter Educators' Conference. Las Vegas, 2016.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., (Re)Assembling Family: An Examination of How Senior Families 'Do' Family, Consumer Culture Theory 2015 Conference. University of Arkansas, 2015.
M. Barnhart, Huff, A., McAlexander, J., and McAlexander, B., Sisyphus and the American Socio-political Industrial Gun Complex: How Gun Violence Prevention Groups Keep Pushing the Rock, Marketing and Public Policy Conference. San Luis Obispo, CA, 2016.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., Using the Marketplace to Reconceptualize Motherhood, Association for Consumer Research. Vancouver, 2012.