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Di Domenico, Giandomenico and Yu, Ding 2023. Between brand attacks and broader narratives: how direct and indirect misinformation erode consumer trust. Current Opinion in Psychology 54 , 101716. 10.1016/j.copsyc.2023.101716
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Broadbridge, Victoria, Mangió, Federico and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2023. How brand managers can maximize engagement with ASMR YouTube content. Influencers who give you the “tingles” through autonomous sensory meridian response cues. Journal of Advertising Research 63 (3) 10.2501/JAR-2023-026
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Borges-Tiago, Maria Teresa, Viglia, Giampaolo and Cheng, Yang Alice 2023. Guest editorial: The social, ethical, economic and political implications of misinformation. Internet Research 33 (5) , pp. 1665-1669. 10.1108/INTR-10-2023-947
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Tuan, Annamaria, Visentin, Marco and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2023. Bridging who they are with who they thought they’d be: the effects of Gen Zers’ subjective well-being on their boycott responses to online and offline unethical situations. Journal of Interactive Marketing 58 (2-3) , pp. 248-267. 10.1177/10949968221136862
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Mangió, Federico and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2022. All that glitters is not real affiliation: How to handle affiliate marketing programs in the era of falsity. Business Horizons 65 (6) , pp. 765-776. 10.1016/j.bushor.2022.07.001
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Nunan, Daniel and Pitardi, Valentina 2022. EXPRESS: Marketplaces of misinformation: a study of how vaccine misinformation is legitimized on social media. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 41 (4) , pp. 319-335. 10.1177/07439156221103860
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Premazzi, Katia and Cugini, Antonella 2022. "I will pay you more, as long as you are transparent!": An investigation of the pick-your-price participative pricing mechanism. Journal of Business Research 147 , pp. 403-419. 10.1016/j.jbusres.2022.04.037
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Visentin, Marco, Tuan, Annamaria and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2021. Words matter: How privacy concerns and conspiracy theories spread on Twitter. Psychology and Marketing 38 (10) , pp. 1828-1846. 10.1002/mar.21542
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Nunan, Daniel, Sit, Jason and Pitardi, Valentina 2021. Free but fake speech: When giving primacy to the source decreases misinformation sharing on social media. Psychology and Marketing 38 (10) , pp. 1700-1711. 10.1002/mar.21479
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Sit, Jason, Ishizaka, Alessio and Nunan, Daniel 2021. Fake news, social media and marketing: A systematic review. Journal of Business Research 124 , pp. 329-341. 10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.11.037
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico and Visentin, Marco 2020. Fake news or true lies? Reflections about problematic contents in marketing. International Journal of Market Research 62 (4) , 409–417. 10.1177/1470785320934719
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