We use cookies on this website, you can read about them here. To use the website as intended please... ACCEPT COOKIES
UAL Research Online

Items where Division is "Research Groups > Management and Marketing"

Up a level
Export as [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Jump to: 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012
Number of items at this level: 18.

2017

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha and Varley, Rosemary and Roncha, Ana (2017) Balancing the books: Creating a model of responsible fashion business education. Art Design and Communication in Higher Education. ISSN 1474273X (In Press) Item availablity restricted.

2016

  • file
  • file
Roncha, Ana and Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2016) How TOMS' "One Day Without Shoes" campaign brings stakeholders together and co-creates value for the brand using Instagram as a platform. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 20 (3). pp. 300-321. ISSN 1361-2026 Item availablity restricted.

  • file
  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2016) Intangible cultural heritage in fashion marketing: From number 1 Savile Row to the world. IFFTI 2016 conference proceedings. pp. 126-135. (In Press) Item availablity restricted.

  • file
  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2016) Weaving Fashion Stories in Shanghai: Heritage, Retro and Vintage Fashion in Modern Shanghai. In: Communicating Transcultural Fashion Narratives. Image. Identity. Ideology. Intellect. (In Press) Item availablity restricted.

2015

  • file
  • file

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2015) Fashioning cross-cultural creativity: Investigating the situated pedagogy of creativity. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 9 (2). pp. 152-160. ISSN 978-1-4338-2115-8

2014

  • file
  • file
  • file
  • file
Clark, James (2014) Fashion Merchandising: Principles and Practice. Palgrave McMillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 1137413875, 978-1137413871

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2014) Weaving Fashion Stories in Shanghai: Heritage, Retro and Vintage Fashion in Modern Shanghai. In: Fashion in Fiction Conference: Style Stories and Transglobal Narratives, 12th - 15th June 2014, City University Hong Kong.

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2014) Raiding the World's Wardrobes with Jean Paul Gaultier. In: Gaultier and Beyond: Showcasing Research from London College of Fashion, 27th May 2014, Barbican Art Gallery, London.

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2014) Defining Your Creativity. In: ICLCity2014 - Innovation, Creativity and Leadership - Research and Practice, 4th April 2014, City University London.

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha and Roncha, Ana (2014) Creative Connections: Facebook as a Third Space for Learning and Collaboration. In: London College of Fashion College Conference: Flexible and Sustainable Learning, 3rd April 2014, London College of Fashion.

Cosford, Rachel and Knobbs, Karinna (2014) Consumers and Co-Creation: A Discussion on How Fashion Brands use ‘Co-creation’ as a Business Strategy. In: Global Fashion Management Conference, 13-15 February 2014, London, UK. Item not available online.

  • file

2013

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha and Radclyffe-Thomas, Babette (2013) The New Shanghai Xiaojie: Chinese Fashion Identities. In: 2nd International Non-Western Fashion Conference, 21st-22nd November 2013, London College of Fashion.

Cosford, Rachel (2013) Consumers and Co-Creation: A Discussion on How Fashion Brands us ‘Co-creation’ as a Business Strategy. In: Fashion: Now & Then: Meaning, Media & Mode, 3-5 October 2013, New York, USA. Item not available online.

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2013) ’I learned about myself’: using blogs to foster self-reflection and collaborative learning. In: Designs on e-Learning, September 11-13, 2013, University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Cosford, Rachel (2013) An Exploratory Study into How Fashion Brands use ‘Co-creation’ as a Business Strategy. In: London College of Fashion Research Hubs Conference, 12th July 2013, London, UK. Item not available online.

2012

  • file
Radclyffe-Thomas, Natascha (2012) Blogging is Addictive! A Qualitative Case Study on the Integration of Blogs Across a Range of College Level Courses. In: Increasing Student Engagement and Retention Using Online Learning Activities: Wikis, Blogs and Webquests. Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education, 6 . Emerald Insight, pp. 75-107. ISBN 9781781902363

This list was generated on Sun Dec 17 22:43:46 2017 GMT.