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Fully revised and updated, the new edition brings together an expertly curated and authoritative overview of the impact and emerging horizons of digital consumption.
"Llamas and Belk have brought together an assemblage of cutting-edge academic essays that examine virtually every aspect of the modern digital consumer. Much has changed in the past few years and it's all here. The volume is a wide-ranging conceptual and topical feast of how the latest advances and future developments in the digital world impact today's consumer. The menu includes AI-robot-consumer interactions, Tinder, digital fandom, non-human influencers, digital spirituality, the technoculture of Zoom and anti-vaxxers, and so much more. Researchers, teachers, and practitioners alike will come away updated, challenged, and inspired." Tom Novak, George Washington University, USA "Worldwide, the dominance of the digital economy represents the most significant paradigm shift of the 21st century. This book provides the vital knowledge to help academics, practitioners, pundits, and the public grasp the core concepts, contradictions, and contributions of this commercial sphere. Containing scholarly riches produced by over 60 authors, it traverses the gamut of digital consumption topics - exploring how bits, bytes, and bots shape consumer behavior and consumer culture in the digital arena." Cele Otnes, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, USA "We are all living in a digital world, but how does that change the people living in it? The Routledge Handbook of Digital Consumption takes an intellectually critical look into the digital world. With an emphasis on qualitative approaches, this volume contains thoughtful chapters from deep digital thinkers. Taken as a whole, the book 'steps back' to view the digital domain in a broad, multidisciplinary way, taking into account the philosophical, sociological, and psychological impact of the digital environment, and considering the broad, societal implications as well. Truly understanding the digital world demands an eclectic viewpoint, and this volume provides a wide-ranging view of the digital forces that are changing our lives." Roland T. Rust, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, USA "Such is the transformative power of the digital revolution on both consumer behaviour and more broadly consumer culture that hot on the heels of the first edition comes this second edition of The Routledge Handbook of Digital Consumption. The editors have again assembled a super collection of essays from leading academics in their fields, arranged into seven broad themes, from how to research digital consumers, through to more critical perspectives on how digitalization is transforming consumer practices, societies, and cultures. For students and their teachers who are trying to keep pace with the profound changes of the digital revolution on consumer behaviour this is a very timely and welcome additional resource. Ask your library to stock this book now!" Avi Shankar, University of Bath, UK "Thought provoking, cutting edge, and comprehensive coverage by global experts! A must read for anyone interested in digital consumption!" Jochen Wirtz, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore "Llamas and Belk, acknowledged experts on the digital transformation, have assembled an extraordinary group of scholars. There simply is no other handbook that portrays our digital world in such detail. In my view, a must read for any researcher in the social sciences and any business practitioner looking for consumer insight to drive business growth." Bernd Schmitt, Columbia Business School, USA "As companies from Facebook to Microsoft rebrand and reconstitute to align with the 'metaverse', a fulsome foundation in the consumer behaviors constituting not just a life engaged online, but a digital life lived entirely within a digital world, becomes paramount. Enter this handbook and its expert guide to the complexities and conundrums of digital consumption 3.0." Susan Fournier, Boston University, USA