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Dr. Norah Campbell

Assistant Professor (Business & Administrative Studies)
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Norah Campbell is a lecturer in critical marketing. Her teaching is in marketing theory, and science and technology studies. Her research interests are in nano-bio-info-cogno markets, and climate change. This work has been published in both science journals (Nature Nanotechnology) and social science journals (Science, Technology and Human Values).
  Consumer behaviour, society   Embodiment   Feminism   History of Technology   Information theory   Material Culture   Posthumanities
 Bacteria and the Market

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Editorial Policy Board - Journal of Macromarketing (Sage) 2015
Editorial Board - Consumption, Markets and Culture (Routledge) 2016
Campbell, Norah, Deane, Cormac and Murphy, Padraig, The Sounds of Nanotechnology, Nature Nanotechnology, 12, (7), 2017, p606 - 611, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Campbell, Norah, Deane, Cormac and Murphy, Padraig, Advertising Nanotechnology: Imagining the Invisible, Science, Technology and Human Values, 40, (6), 2015, p965 - 997, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Campbell, Norah Aidan O'Driscoll and Michael Saren, Reconceptualising Resources: A Critique of Service Dominant Logic, Journal of Macromarketing , 33, (4), 2013, p306 - 321, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
OOO:OOOH! in, editor(s)Robin Canniford, Domen Bjade , Assembling Consumption: Researching Actors, Networks and Markets, London, Routledge, 2015, pp92 - 102, [Campbell, Norah, and McHugh, Gerard], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah, Desmond, John, Ficthett, Kavanagh, Donncha, McDonagh, Pierre, O'Driscoll, Aidan, Prothero, Andrea , Myth and the Market, Ist, Dublin, University College Dublin, 2014, 1 - 423pp, Book, PUBLISHED
The Politics of Consumption: Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 13, 2, (2013), 279p, Bradhaw, Alan, Norah Campbell and Stephen Dunne, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
Signs and Semiotics of Advertising in, editor(s)Jonathan Schroeder, Sam Warren and Emma Bell , The Routledge Companion to Visual Organisation , London, Routledge, 2013, pp258 - 279, [Campbell, Norah], Notes: [978-0-415-78367-5], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
The Posthuman Consumer in, editor(s)Russell Belk and Rosa Llamas , The Routledge Companion to Digital Consumption, London, Routledge, 2012, pp96 - 125, [Campbell, Norah], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah, Regarding Derrida: the tasks of visual deconstruction, Qualitative Research in Organization and Management, 7, (1), 2012, p1 - 23, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah and O'Driscoll, Aidan, Bodies of Technology: Life as 'informational', 'complex' and 'networked', European Advances in Consumer Research, Royal Holloway, London, 1-3 July 2010, edited by Alan Bradshaw, Pauline Maclaran and Chris Hackley , 2011, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
  

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Norah Campbell, 'Podcast: Climate Change and the Speculation of Quentin Meillassoux', Field Day Podcast Series, https://fieldday.ie/field-day-podcast/, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah, 'Marketing is Killing Us I: The Case of Food', Village Magazine, August 2017, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah , 'Marketing is Killing Us II: The Case of Fashion', Village Magazine, Village Magazine, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
George Fisk Award for Best Paper, 39th Annual Macromarketing Conference 2012
Critical, historical and philosophical aspects of technology Consumer Research Advertising and Visual Culture Posthumanism Nanotechnology Climate change