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Sustainable fashion and online communication practices: An exploratory study on consumers online responses towards sustainable fashion in Greece

Sustainable fashion and online communication practices: An exploratory study on consumers online responses towards sustainable fashion in Greece
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Presenter(s) Ms Elina Ketikidi, PhD student Management School, TUoS
Seminar type Research Student Seminar
Location SEERC C.R., Koromila Building
Date and time 22/02/2019, 12:00-13:00
Website http://

The aim of this study is to explore consumers’ conscious and unconscious responses towards sustainable fashion messages coming from online communication practices. The proposed study explores: existing online communication practices towards sustainable fashion; consumers’ online responses towards sustainable fashion; and the conscious or unconscious influenced by fashion brands’ online communication practices exert on consumers. Finally, social and visual communication theories serve as the theoretical underpinning of this research. A mixed methods approach (qualitative interviews and quantitative neuroscience experiments) will be taken in order to achieve the aim and objectives of this study. This study will make a theoretical, methodological and practical contribution towards consumers’ conscious and unconscious responses on sustainable fashion, especially through online communications (social media and websites). More specifically, this study will enrich the existing literature on sustainable fashion and online consumer behaviour through the lens of social and visual communication theory. This study seeks to generate more effective practices that fashion brands can adopt in order to improve their sustainable fashion online communication practices. Consequently, an analysis will take place to reflect on the results of the qualitative and quantitative studies with the aim of exploring consumers’ conscious and unconscious responses towards sustainable fashion. Finally, the study will explore what the academic and managerial implications of its findings are for better online communication practices on sustainable fashion.

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