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Management & Marketing

David Hunt

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., University of Missouri
M.B.A., Colorado State University
B.S.B.A., University of Arkansas

Research

Health Communications
Community Development
Business Ethics

Teaching

Consumer Behavior
Marketing Management
Marketing, Society, and Government

Selected Publications

Hunt, David M., Stephanie Geiger-Oneto, and Philip E. Varca (2012), “Satisfaction in the context of customer co-production:  A behavioral involvement perspective,” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(5), 347-356. 

Hunt, David M. and Omar Shehryar (2011), “Integrating terror management theory into fear appeal research,” Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 5(6), 372-382.

Peterson, Mark, Ahmet Ekici, and David M. Hunt (2010), How the Poor in a Developing Country View Business' Contribution to Quality-of-Life Five Years after a National Economic Crisis, Journal of Business Research, Forthcoming.

Baker, Stacey M., David M. Hunt and Terri L. Rittenburg (2007), Consumer vulnerability as a shared experience:  Wright, Wyoming's Tornado Recovery Process, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 26 (1), pp. 6-19.   (Lead Article)  Publication previewed in "Change comes through shared vulnerability," Marketing News, June 1, 2007, pp. 32, 34.

Shehryar, Omar and David M. Hunt (2005), A terror management perspective on the persuasiveness of fear appeals, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Vol. 15(4), 275-287.

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