Dr Emma Banister

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Position: Senior Lecturer in Consumer Research
Academic unit: Management Sciences and Marketing
 

Biography

Emma joined Manchester Business School in November 2010 from Lancaster University Management School where she worked for seven years. Prior to this, she was a consumer behaviour lecturer in the Textiles Department, UMIST for three years.
She has an MSc and PhD from UMIST (Manchester School of Management) where she was also a Research Assistant. Emma’s past employment includes a spell as a research analyst for Euromonitor, and her undergraduate degree was in Politics and History.
Emma works part time on a 60% contract.

Research Interests

Emma's principal research interests lie in the field of Consumer Behaviour. A key aspect of her prior research has been an attempt to forge understanding of what consumers’ dislikes and distastes can tell us about consumers’ identity.

Currently Emma’s research is focused in four main areas:

  • Motherhood and consumption (with Margaret Hogg, Lancaster)
  • Alcohol consumption, with a particular focus on young adult non-drinkers (with Maria Piacentini, Lancaster and Anthony Grimes, Manchester)
  • Fatherhood, in particular focused on fathers’ experiences of Shared Parental Leave (BA/Leverhulme funded research with Ben Kerrane, Lancaster). For further details about this project please see our project website: http://www.research.mbs.ac.uk/makingroomfordad/; follow us on Twitter @Room4Dad; and like us on Facebook.
  • Consumption experiences of army spouses (with Helen Bruce, Manchester).

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2016

  • Budds, K., Hogg, M. K., Banister, E., & Dixon, M. (2016). Parenting agendas: an empirical study of intensive mothering and infant cognitive development. Sociological Review. . Publication link: 07150739-b75d-4464-99cf-13ed9673c7e9
  • Skandalis, A., Byrom, J., & Banister, E. (2016). Paradox, tribalism and the transitional consumption experience: In light of post-postmodernism. European Journal of Marketing. . Publication link: 0d74aaa8-1e1b-49b3-92e9-1ccf9911f757

2015

  • Skandalis, A., Banister, E., & Byrom, J. (2015). Toward a spatial theory of taste formation. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, 404-408. . Publication link: d6e05a0f-4f2d-4515-9cf0-96e6644a80ec
  • Skandalis, A., Banister, E., & Byrom, J. (2015). Marketplace transformation of classical music tastes: insights from the Bridgewater Hall concert place. In Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Annual Conference.. Publication link: 56e21229-fa3c-4fb3-a4d4-6cf00ad5b5c0
  • Skandalis, A., Byrom, J., & Banister, E. (2015). Brand scouting: co-creation of value in the Football Manager community. Advances in Consumer Research, 43, 409-414. . Publication link: 51f77fb2-7ae9-40d5-a218-6c66d2a3b05f

2014

2013

  • Cocker, H., Piacentini, M., & Banister, E. (2013). Ridiculing the working class and reinforcing class boundaries: the chav myth and consumption in the night time space. In Advances in Consumer Research.. Publication link: c6499f3d-7cd4-4add-8194-5315129d65e9
  • Banister, E., & Grimes, A. (2013). “I feel like they’re going to think I’m boring”: stereotype threats and the experiences of non-drinking students. In European Advances in Consumer Research.. Publication link: 445a5c22-cc69-442f-abd4-690ca7eba762
  • Banister, E. N., Hogg, M. K., & Dixon, M. (2013). Using consumption in everyday resistance practicesto contest negative stereotypes: the case of teenage mothers. In Advances in Consumer Research.. Publication link: 3de9a376-5cd6-4126-b4c7-d3cfb0d1729c
  • Banister, E., Grimes, A., & Piacentini, M. (2013). "I feel like they’re going to think I’m boring”: Stereotype threat and the experiences of non-drinking students.. Publication link: 8c5fcd3e-17ab-42c3-857f-803522ce215e

2012

  • Banister, E. N., Cocker, H. L., Piacentini, M. G., Askegaard, S. (Ed.), Belk, R. W. (Ed.), & Scott, L. (Ed.) (2012). The Dirty Pint: Consumption Objects in Young People's Extreme Alcohol Consumption and Enactment of Self. In Research in Consumer Behavior. (Vol. 14, pp. 333-351). Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.. . Publication link: 27de03bf-cde2-4f91-9fcf-b663d0e96b97
  • Piacentini, M., Banister, E., Salciuviene, L., & Keeling, K. (2012). Emerging issues in transformative consumer research and social marketing: An introduction to the special issue. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(4), 273-274. DOI: 10.1002/cb.1392. Publication link: ed3e07cf-055d-4197-8a1c-277c3edba9d2

2011

  • Banister, E. N., Hogg, M. K., & Dixon, M. (2011). "Being a mum is the best thing that's ever happened to me": Young mothers' use of consumption to contest negative stereotypes of teenage motherhood. In host publication.. Publication link: 2b39ae34-128f-4e1f-ae0c-b74890bc9bab

2010

  • Banister, E. N., Hogg, M. K., & Dixon, M. (2010). Becoming a Mother: Negotiating Discourses within the Life-Framing Identity Project of Motherhood. Advances in Consumer Research, 37. . Publication link: a9545fe1-3063-48df-a0ac-f8c13ec4bae7

2009

  • Hogg, M. K., Banister, E. N., & Dixon, M. (2009). Mirror, mirror on the wall: consuming ideal images? celebrating the pregnant and postpartum body. In Advances in Consumer Research. (pp. 154-156). Publication link: 69dea3c0-6250-4955-933b-eb40333ed46d

2008

  • Banister, E. N., & Piacentini, M. G. (2008). Adopting everyday resistance practices in a binge drinking culture. In host publication.. Publication link: f06b21c5-1070-41a0-bdc2-2c92eb3a739a
  • Hogg, M. K., Banister, E. N., & Dixon, M. (2008). The Role of the Negative Self in Consumption [Updated]. In host publication.. Publication link: 3ef48610-ff4c-4800-8760-086bbcea4881
  • Banister, E. N., & Piacenitini, M. G. (2008). Drunk and (dis) orderly: The role of alcohol in supporting liminality. Advances in Consumer Research, 35, 311-318. . Publication link: 002d4d7a-70a2-438d-a1a9-f418ae441ab5
  • Piacentini, M. G., & Banister, E. N. (2008). Anti-consumers in Action: Coping with the Challenges and Consequences of 'Drinking Sensibly'. Advances in Consumer Research, 35, 650-651. . Publication link: 29b638b6-8f70-4ac0-87ee-5bf54c086930
  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2008). Getting the body back (or not): exploring new mothers’ expectations of their body before and after birth. In host publication.. Publication link: 61371b36-4929-489a-a8d5-a4fc3191d91a

2006

  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2006). Approach and avoidance behaviours in the symbolic consumption of clothing. In host publication.. Publication link: 082710db-dc68-415e-a20a-c3ab9b07b7ba
  • Banister, E. N., & Piacentini, M. G. (2006). Binge drinking-Do they mean us? Living life to the full in students' own words. Advances in Consumer Research, 33, 390-398. . Publication link: 94ccf4e4-d59d-47f3-8ff5-0de16651ead7

2005

  • Banister, E. N., Piacentini, M. G., & Balogianni, K. I. (2005). Discouraging binge drinking amongst young people: some lessons from light drinkers. In host publication. Milan, Italy. . Publication link: 4fb5fb91-e325-4463-a78e-43c531b97f9d
  • Banister, E. N., Piacentini, M. G., & Balogianni, K. I. (2005). Doing something I might regret: Developing ‘self-relevant’ alcohol campaigns: implications for public policy from consumer research. In European Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 7. (pp. 535-536). Publication link: fadd01b0-d282-49b9-9573-c91add841350

2004

  • Banister, E. N., & Booth, G. J. (2004). Tastes, Distastes and Disgusts: Young Consumers’ Positive and Negative Experiences of Food. Advances in Consumer research, 31, 106-111. . Publication link: aba1043b-cac5-4b2f-9541-743867982550

2003

  • Banister, E. N., & Booth, G. J. (2003). Consumer socialisation and the formation of children's likes and dislikes. In host publication. (pp. 12-17). Publication link: 69705898-25ee-483d-bfe5-40942409659e
  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2003). Consumers’ Investment of Products and Brands with Negative Symbolic Meanings: the Implications for Marketing Managers. In host publication.. Publication link: 7f0c75c0-1690-4814-bf72-d2474d18ac6b
  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2003). Possible Selves? Identifying Dimensions for Exploring the Dialectic between Positive and Negative Selves in Consumer Behaviour. Advances in Consumer Research, 30, 149-150. . Publication link: bdd04990-726f-4350-97c3-a23f3dcd6832

2002

  • Banister, E., & Hogg, M. K. (2002). Avoiding embodying the negative: The Dialectic between Body Image and Negative Selves. In host publication. (pp. 17-34). Publication link: d664aca2-bda6-4852-abf5-c3c8d01cbfd1

2001

  • Hogg, M. K., & Banister, E. N. (2001). Dislikes, Distastes and the Undesired Self: Conceptualising and Exploring the Role of the Undesired End State in Consumer Experience. Journal of Marketing Management, 17(1-2), 73-104. DOI: 10.1362/0267257012571447. Publication link: 47b385c8-07cc-440f-837b-b8dfd9beec19
  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2001). I Hate My Body!’ Body Image, the Negative Self, Fashion and Clothing. In Advances in Consumer Research. (pp. 18-22). Publication link: 23516b72-901c-4e50-b752-a7aadbc50ee3
  • Banister, E. N., & Hogg, M. K. (2001). Mapping the Negative Self: From ‘So Not me’…to ‘Just Not Me’. Advances in Consumer Research, 28, 242-248. . Publication link: dd673be7-2860-4288-817f-e74e22a127b8

2000

  • Hogg, M. K., & Banister, E. N. (2000). The Structure and Transfer of Cultural Meaning: A Study of Young Consumers and Pop Music. Advances in Consumer Research, 27, 19-23. . Publication link: 154daf89-9c60-4356-b478-acfdfe9cc07f