Jos Bartels
Jos Bartels
Associate Professor in Organizational Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University
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The Norm Activation Model: An exploration of the functions of anticipated pride and guilt in pro-environmental behaviour
MC Onwezen, G Antonides, J Bartels
Journal of economic psychology 39, 141-153, 2013
Multiple organizational identification levels and the impact of perceived external prestige and communication climate
J Bartels, A Pruyn, M De Jong, I Joustra
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2007
Organizational Identification During a Merger: Determinants of Employees' Expected Identification With the New Organization*
J Bartels, R Douwes, M Jong, A Pruyn
British Journal of Management 17 (S1), S49-S67, 2006
Segments of sustainable food consumers: a literature review
MCD Verain, J Bartels, H Dagevos, SJ Sijtsema, MC Onwezen, ...
International Journal of Consumer Studies 36 (2), 123-132, 2012
Consumer innovativeness and its correlates: A propositional inventory for future research
J Bartels, MJ Reinders
Journal of Business Research 64 (6), 601-609, 2011
Horizontal and vertical communication as determinants of professional and organisational identification
J Bartels, O Peters, M de Jong, A Pruyn, M van der Molen
Personnel Review, 2010
Social identification, social representations, and consumer innovativeness in an organic food context: A cross-national comparison
J Bartels, MJ Reinders
Food quality and preference 21 (4), 347-352, 2010
The role of social identity and attitudes toward sustainability brands in buying behaviors for organic products
J Bartels, K Hoogendam
Journal of Brand Management 18 (9), 697-708, 2011
Consumers' willingness to buy products with environmental and ethical claims: the roles of social representations and social identity
J Bartels, MC Onwezen
International Journal of Consumer Studies 38 (1), 82-89, 2014
Employee identification before and after an internal merger: A longitudinal analysis
J Bartels, A Pruyn, M de Jong
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 82 (1), 113-128, 2009
Environmentally friendly consumer choices: Cultural differences in the self-regulatory function of anticipated pride and guilt
MC Onwezen, J Bartels, G Antonides
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 239-248, 2014
The self‐regulatory function of anticipated pride and guilt in a sustainable and healthy consumption context
MC Onwezen, J Bartels, G Antonides
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (1), 53-68, 2014
Organizational identification and communication: employees’ evaluations of internal communication and its effect on identification at different organizational levels
J Bartels
Unpublished masters thesis, University of Twente, the Netherlands, 2006
Which perceived characteristics make product innovations appealing to the consumer? A study on the acceptance of fruit innovations using cross-cultural consumer segmentation
MC Onwezen, J Bartels
Appetite 57 (1), 50-58, 2011
Keeping up online appearances: How self-disclosure on Facebook affects perceived respect and likability in the professional context
A Batenburg, J Bartels
Computers in Human Behavior 74, 265-276, 2017
The roles of identity and brand equity in organic consumption behavior: Private label brands versus national brands
MJ Reinders, J Bartels
Journal of Brand Management 24, 68-85, 2017
Organic consumption behavior: A social identification perspective
S Du, J Bartels, M Reinders, S Sen
Food quality and preference 62, 190-198, 2017
The influence of regulatory fit on evaluation and intentions to buy genetically modified foods: The mediating role of social identification
ML Fransen, MJ Reinders, J Bartels, RL Maassen
Journal of Marketing Communications 16 (1-2), 5-20, 2010
Fresh fruit and vegetables and the added value of antioxidants
J Bartels, I van den Berg
British Food Journal, 2011
Explaining online ambassadorship behaviors on Facebook and LinkedIn
W van Zoonen, J Bartels, AM van Prooijen, AP Schouten
Computers in Human Behavior 87, 354-362, 2018
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