Selected Accepted Journal Articles
Thompson, C. (2018). The “Big Data” Myth and the Pitfalls of “Thick Data” Opportunism: On the Need for a Different Ontology of Markets and Consumption. Journal of Marketing Management
Thompson, C. & Kumar, A. (2018). Beyond Consumer Responsibilization: Slow Food’s Actually Existing Neoliberalism. Journal of Consumer Culture
Tambyah, S. & Thompson, C. (2012). Social Branding and the Mythic Re-Invention of Ethnic Identity,”. Identity and Consumption, 326-335.
Thompson, C. Cooperative Networks, Participatory Markets, and Rhizomatic Resistance: Situating Plenitude within Contemporary Political-economy Debates,. Sustainable Lifestyles and the Quest for Plenitude: Case Studies of the New Economy,, 233-249.
Selected Published Journal Articles
Thompson, C. & Ustuner, T. (2015). Women Skating on the Edge: Marketplace Performances as Ideological Edgework. Journal of Consumer Research (42), 235-265.
Thompson, C. (2015). “Out of Morris Holbrook’s Aesthetics of Consumption Symbolism”. Legends in Marketing—Morris Holbrook, Volume 9, Qualitative Methods, Part II: Symbolic Consumer Behavior or Consumption Symbolism, ed. Alan Bradshaw, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, forthcoming., 457-462.
Thompson, C. (2014). Practicing Plenitude: An Introduction,”. Sustainable Lifestyles and the Quest for Plenitude: Case Studies of the New Economy,, 1-25.
Thompson, C. (2014). Russ Belk’s (Belkian) Perspective on Discipline and Liberation in Consumption: A Convergence of the Cosmopolitan and the Carnivalesque —Editor’s Introduction,”. Legends in Consumer Behavior—Russell Belk, Vol. 9: Discipline and Liberation in Consumption
Thompson, C. (2014). “How Community Supported Agriculture Facilitates a Re-embedding and Re-territorializing of Sustainable Consumption Practices. Sustainable Lifestyles and the Quest for Plenitude: Case Studies of the New Economy,, 125-147.
Thompson, C. & Arnould, E. (2014). Writing Consumer Culture, Writing B-School,”. Sourcebook of Anthropology in Business, 116-134.
Thompson, C. (2013). The Politics of Consumer Identity Work. Journal of Consumer Research
Thompson, C. (2011). Understanding Consumption as Political and Moral Practice. Journal of Consumer Culture
(11), 139-144. doi: 10.1177/1469540511403892.
Thompson, C. (2007). Enchanting Ethical Consumerism: The Case of Community Supported Agriculture. Journal of Consumer Culture
(7), 275-300. doi: 10.1177/1469540507081631.
Thompson, C. (2007). A Carnivalesque Approach to the Politics of Consumption. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
(408), 112-125. doi: 10.1177/0002716207299303.
Selected Submitted Journal Articles
Thompson, C. & Kumar, A. (2018). The Elitist Doppelgänger Brand Image and Re-Affirmative Brand Myths: How Consumer–Brand Relationships are Constituted as an Art of Living. Journal of Marketing