Her biological study deals with issues like Microbiology, which deal with fields such as Colonization. In most of her Colonization studies, her work intersects topics such as Microbiology. Her research ties Pathological and Pathology together. Many of her studies on Pathological apply to Pathology as well. Her Genetics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Birth canal. Marylyn Carrigan merges Large Hadron Collider with Collider in her study. Her study ties her expertise on Nuclear physics together with the subject of Collider. Her research on Nuclear physics often connects related topics like Hadron. She integrates Hadron and Proton in her studies.
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The myth of the ethical consumer – do ethics matter in purchase behaviour?
Marylyn Carrigan;Ahmad Attalla.
Do consumers really care about corporate responsibility? Highlighting the attitude—behaviour gap
Emma Boulstridge;Marylyn Carrigan.
Shopping for a better world? An interpretive study of the potential for ethical consumption within the older market
Marylyn Carrigan;Isabelle Szmigin;Joanne Wright.
The conscious consumer: taking a flexible approach to ethical behaviour
Isabelle Szmigin;Marylyn Carrigan;Morven G. McEachern.
A framework for sustainable marketing
Ross Gordon;Marylyn Carrigan;Gerard Hastings.
Green marketing orientation: Conceptualization, scale development and validation
Karolos Konstantinos Papadas;George J. Avlonitis;Marylyn Carrigan.
The career identities of ‘mumpreneurs’: Women’s experiences of combining enterprise and motherhood:
Joanne Duberley;Marylyn Carrigan.
The coherence of inconsistencies: Attitude–behaviour gaps and new consumption communities
Caroline Moraes;Marylyn Carrigan;Isabelle Szmigin.
'What's so special about family business?' An exploratory study of UK and Irish consumer experiences of family businesses
Marylyn Carrigan;Joan Buckley.
Managing routine food choices in UK families: the role of convenience consumption.
Marylyn Carrigan;Isabelle Szmigin;Sheena Leek.
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