Jennifer Algie
Jennifer Algie
Senior Lecturer, School of Management and Marekting, University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au
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Customer orientations and usage of financial distribution channels
J Thornton, L White
Journal of Services Marketing 15 (3), 168-185, 2001
3102001
Fear‐pattern analysis supports the fear‐drive model for antispeeding road‐safety TV ads
JR Rossiter, J Thornton
Psychology and Marketing 21 (11), 945-960, 2004
1532004
Fear patterns: A new approach to designing road safety advertisements
J Algie, JR Rossiter
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 38 (4), 264-279, 2010
492010
Motivations and forms of corporate giving behaviour: insights from Australia
G Noble, J Cantrell, E Kyriazis, J Algie
International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 13 (4 …, 2008
322008
Financial distribution channels: technology versus tradition
JT BCom, LW BPharm
Journal of Professional Services Marketing 21 (2), 59-73, 2000
182000
Young drivers' responses to anti-speeding advertisements: Comparison of self-report and objective measures of persuasive processing and outcomes
SA Kaye, I Lewis, J Algie, MJ White
Traffic injury prevention 17 (4), 352-358, 2016
152016
Towards NPOs deeper understanding of the corporate giving manager's role in meeting salient stakeholders needs
J Cantrell, E Kyriazis, G Noble, J Algie
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 20 (2), 191-212, 2008
132008
Nano-sunscreens–a double-edged sword in protecting consumers from harm: viewing Australian regulatory policies through the lenses of the European Union
SM Solaiman, J Algie, S Bakand, R Sluyter, V Sencadas, M Lerch, ...
Critical reviews in toxicology 49 (2), 122-139, 2019
102019
A guest lecturing program to improve students' applied learning
JK Rowland, JA Algie
82007
The importance of fear reduction in fear-based road safety advertising appeals
J Algie
Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety 22 (4), 99-105, 2011
62011
Advertising wearout of shock-value anti-speeding ads
JA Thornton, JR Rossiter
62001
Fun ways to engage with rail safety through the dumb ways to die social marketing campaign
J Algie, N Mead
Social Marketing in Action, 93-110, 2019
52019
A guest lecturing program to improve students' applied learning
J Algie, JK Rowland
Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, 1-6, 2007
52007
A comparison of viewers' cognitive and psychophysiological responses to threat-appeal TV advertisements
JA Algie
52005
Development and validation of an Australian video speed test (AVST)
J Thornton, JR Rossiter
ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH, POLICING AND EDUCATION CONFERENCE, 2003, SYDNEY, NEW …, 2003
52003
Measuring Source Credibility with Generation Y: An Application to Messages about Smoking and Alcohol Consumption
K Smith, SC Jones, J Algie
Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences-Papers, 62, 2007
32007
The effectiveness of threat-only messages versus threat-and-efficacy messages in anti-speeding advertisements
J Thornton, JR Rossiter
Proceedings of the Australasian road safety research, policing and education …, 2004
32004
Spillover in the context of forced behaviour change: observations from a naturalistic time-series study
S Isbanner, J Algie, N Reynolds
Journal of Marketing Management 37 (7-8), 703-731, 2021
22021
A qualitative analysis of young drivers' perceptions of driver distraction social marketing interventions
N Turnbull, J Algie
22015
Examining the effect of fear patterns with repeated exposures
S Jones
World Social Marketing Conference, 124-132, 2008
22008
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