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Rebecca Dolan
Rebecca Dolan
Associate Professor of Marketing & Wine Business, University of Adelaide
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au
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Social media engagement behaviour: a uses and gratifications perspective
R Dolan, J Conduit, J Fahy, S Goodman
Journal of Strategic Marketing 24 (3-4), 261-277, 2016
10082016
Social Media Engagement Behavior: A Framework for Engaging Customers through Social Media Content
R Dolan, J Conduit, C Frethey-Bentham, J Fahy, S Goodman
European Journal of Marketing, 2019
5162019
The role of social media content format and platform in users’ engagement behavior
H Shahbaznezhad, R Dolan, M Rashidirad
Journal of Interactive Marketing, 2020
4272020
Complaining practices on social media in tourism: A value co-creation and co-destruction perspective
R Dolan, Y Seo, J Kemper
Tourism Management 73, 35-45, 2019
2812019
Social media: communication strategies, engagement and future research directions
R Dolan, J Conduit, J Fahy, S Goodman
International Journal of Wine Business Research 29 (1), 2-19, 2017
1392017
Prosumers in times of crisis: definition, archetypes and implications
B Lang, R Dolan, J Kemper, G Northey
Journal of Service Management 32 (2), 176-189, 2020
1132020
The effect of “here and now” learning on student engagement and academic achievement
G Northey, R Govind, T Bucic, M Chylinski, R Dolan, P van Esch
British Journal of Educational Technology 49 (2), 321-333, 2018
982018
Using social media for consumer interaction: An international comparison of winery adoption and activity
G Szolnoki, R Dolan, S Forbes, L Thach, S Goodman
Wine Economics and Policy 7 (2), 109-119, 2018
962018
Artificial intelligence in customer-facing financial services: a systematic literature review and agenda for future research
JK Hentzen, A Hoffmann, R Dolan, E Pala
International Journal of Bank Marketing 40 (6), 1299-1336, 2022
882022
Succeeding on social media: Exploring communication strategies for wine marketing
R Dolan, S Goodman
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 33, 23-30, 2017
692017
Social media engagement: A construct of positively and negatively valenced engagement behaviours
R Dolan, J Conduit, J Fahy
Customer engagement, 102-123, 2015
682015
LGBTQ imagery in advertising: How viewers' political ideology shapes their emotional response to gender and sexuality in advertisements
G Northey, R Dolan, J Etheridge, F Septianto, P Van Esch
Journal of Advertising Research 60 (2), 222-236, 2020
652020
How to grow the sharing economy? Create Prosumers!
B Lang, E Botha, J Robertson, JA Kemper, R Dolan, J Kietzmann
Australasian Marketing Journal 28 (3), 58-66, 2020
592020
The effects of political ideology and message framing on counterfeiting: The mediating role of emotions
F Septianto, G Northey, R Dolan
Journal of Business Research 99, 206-214, 2019
492019
Why do consumers become providers? Self-determination in the sharing economy
B Lang, J Kemper, R Dolan, G Northey
Journal of Service Theory and Practice 32 (2), 132-155, 2022
322022
Playing games: advancing research on online and mobile gaming consumption: Playing games: advancing research on online and mobile gaming consumption
Y Seo, R Dolan, M Buchanan-Oliver
Internet Research 29 (2), 289-292, 2019
292019
Which consumers are more likely to adopt a retirement app and how does it explain mobile technology‐enabled retirement engagement?
JK Hentzen, AOI Hoffmann, RM Dolan
International Journal of Consumer Studies 46 (2), 368-390, 2022
282022
Social brand engagement: How orientation events engage students with the university
T Altschwager, R Dolan, J Conduit
Australasian Marketing Journal (AMJ) 26 (2), 83-91, 2018
282018
Influencer marketing effectiveness: the mechanisms that matter
DC Hugh Wilkie, R Dolan, P Harrigan, H Gray
European Journal of Marketing 56 (12), 3485-3515, 2022
272022
Facebook for wine brands: an analysis of strategies for Facebook posts and user engagement actions
R Dolan, J Conduit, J Fahy, S Goodman
Proceedings of the 9th AWBR International Conference, 457-465, 2016
222016
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