Dr Sheila Malone

Senior Lecturer

Research Overview

My principal research interests lie in the broader fields of Consumer Behaviour, Ethical Theory and Tourism Marketing. In particular, my research is based on the role emotion plays in consumers’ ethical decision-making processes and consumption practices in an experiential context.

Interpretative research Cluster Seminar
Invited talk

19th World Marketing Congress of the American Marketing Academy
Participation in conference

Symposium on Marketing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Participation in conference

Chartered ABS’ Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference
Participation in conference

Chartered ABS’ Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference
Invited talk

Guest Lecture at Cardiff University MBA
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Guest Presentation at Copenhagen Business School
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Guest Presentation at National University Ireland: Galway Whittaker Institute
Invited talk

Research Seminar Series
Invited talk

Guest Presentation at Professor Patrick Murphy’ Marketing Ethics Symposium
Invited talk

Symposium on Marketing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Participation in conference

Nottingham Business School Guest Seminar
Invited talk

41st Annual Marco Marketing Conference
Participation in conference

Symposium on Marketing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Participation in conference

University of Westminster Seminar Series
Invited talk

Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) World Marketing Conference 2015
Participation in conference

Symposium on Marketing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Participation in conference

American Marketing Academy (AMA) Service Special Interest Group
Participation in conference

European Marketing Academy
Participation in conference

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice at Lancaster University
Invited talk

Symposium on Marketing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Participation in conference

  • Centre for Consumption Insights
  • Management and Society