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Danae Manika
Danae Manika
Professor of Marketing & Associate Head, Brunel Business School, Brunel University London
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Heritage tourism, CSR and the role of employee environmental behaviour
VK Wells, D Manika, D Gregory-Smith, B Taheri, C McCowlen
Tourism Management 48, 399-413, 2015
1482015
The role of generativity and attitudes on employees home and workplace water and energy saving behaviours
VK Wells, B Taheri, D Gregory-Smith, D Manika
Tourism Management 56, 63-74, 2016
1202016
The impact of individual attitudinal and organisational variables on workplace environmentally friendly behaviours
D Manika, VK Wells, D Gregory-Smith, M Gentry
Journal of Business Ethics 126 (4), 663-684, 2015
1142015
An exploration of CSR development in heritage tourism
VK Wells, DG Smith, B Taheri, D Manika, C McCowlen
Annals of Tourism Research 58, 1-17, 2016
702016
An environmental social marketing intervention among employees: assessing attitude and behaviour change
D Gregory-Smith, VK Wells, D Manika, S Graham
Journal of Marketing Management 31 (3-4), 336-377, 2015
542015
Why consumer animosity reduces product quality perceptions: The role of extreme emotions in international crises
P Antonetti, D Manika, C Katsikeas
International Business Review 28 (4), 739-753, 2019
512019
Understanding the effects of a social media service failure apology: A comparative study of customers vs. potential customers
D Manika, S Papagiannidis, M Bourlakis
International Journal of Information Management 37 (3), 214-228, 2017
452017
Green intentions under the blue flag: Exploring differences in EU consumers’ willingness to pay more for environmentally‐friendly products
D Gregory‐Smith, D Manika, P Demirel
Business Ethics: A European Review 26 (3), 205-222, 2017
302017
Causes and consequences of trust in direct-to-consumer prescription drug advertising
JG Ball, D Manika, P Stout
International Journal of Advertising 35 (2), 216-247, 2016
262016
Factors associated with the persuasiveness of direct-to-consumer advertising on HPV vaccination among young women
D Manika, JG Ball, PA Stout
Journal of health communication 19 (11), 1232-1247, 2014
262014
Self-efficacy, threat, knowledge and information receptivity: Exploring pandemic prevention behaviors to enhance societal welfare
D Manika, LL Golden
Academy of Health Care Management Journal 7 (1), 31, 2011
262011
Health marketing communications: An integrated conceptual framework of key determinants of health behaviour across the stages of change
D Manika, D Gregory-Smith
Journal of Marketing Communications 23 (1), 22-72, 2017
252017
Can a CEO's YouTube apology following a service failure win customers' hearts?
D Manika, S Papagiannidis, M Bourlakis
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 95, 87-95, 2015
222015
The influence of prior knowledge structures on website attitudes and behavioral intentions
D Manika, D Gregory-Smith, S Papagiannidis
Computers in Human Behavior 78, 44-58, 2018
212018
Consumers young and old: segmenting the target markets for direct-to-consumer prescription drug advertising
JG Ball, D Manika, P Stout
Health marketing quarterly 28 (4), 337-353, 2011
202011
Linking environmental sustainability and healthcare: The effects of an energy saving intervention in two hospitals
D Manika, D Gregory-Smith, VK Wells, L Comerford, L Aldrich-Smith
International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management 11 (1), 32-55, 2017
192017
The offline spill-over of signing online petitions against companies: A dual pathway model
P Antonetti, D Manika
Information Technology & People 30 (4), 969-990, 2017
162017
Are they sinners or saints? A multi-level investigation of hypocrisy in organisational and employee pro-environmental behaviours
L Yang, D Manika, A Athanasopoulou
Journal of Business Research 114, 336-347, 2020
132020
An environmental social marketing intervention in cultural heritage tourism: a realist evaluation
D Gregory-Smith, VK Wells, D Manika, DJ McElroy
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (7), 1042-1059, 2017
122017
Using values, beliefs, and norms to predict conserving behaviors in organizations
CE Ciocirlan, D Gregory‐Smith, D Manika, V Wells
European Management Review 17 (2), 543-558, 2020
112020
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