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ISSN: 2444-9695
e-ISSN: 2444-9709

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The Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC (SJME) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal with an international vocation and welcomes manuscripts of authors all over the world. SJME publishes every year two regular issues and a Special Issue on a topic of particular interest for the journal audience. The Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC, formerly named Revista Española de Investigación de Marketing ESIC, has been published periodically since 1996 with the support of AEMARK (Spanish Association of Academic and Professional Marketing) and ESIC Business & Marketing School. The journal is published by Elsevier since 2014 and it is published fully in English since 2016.

Expected manuscript profile
SJME is especially interested in submissions that include unique and novel contributions on the frontier of knowledge, focused on emerging areas relevant to academic research in marketing or even opening new research niches. New methodologies and techniques are particularly appreciated. SJME welcomes a wide array of original contributions (quantitative or qualitative empirical analysis, critical literature reviews, meta-analysis, theoretical papers, agenda for future research, etc.), as well as research that cross the frontiers between marketing and other related areas. Submitted manuscripts can be focused on Spanish, Latin-American, but also any other relevant market. SJME has a very rigorous evaluation process and its main objective is to encourage debate and to promote the publication of the latest trends in research in the area of marketing. Works submitted must be prepared in accordance with the highest standards of quality. Manuscripts must be clear, concise, and logical. The use of professional editing services is highly recommended for non-native English speakers.

Agenda for Future Research
Considering the interest of the SJME for unique and novel contributions on the frontier of knowledge, this section aims to create a space for critical reflection of new directions in which future specialized research in the marketing field should advance. The Agenda for Future Research section welcomes contributions outlining emerging opportunities in the marketing discipline derived, for example, from changes in consumers' behavior. New challenges in this evolving field might be also addressed. In sum, this section aims to propose new research avenues for marketing academics in order to inspire future research agendas. Leading researchers in the marketing discipline, either alone or in collaboration, are highly encouraged to contribute to this Agenda for Future Research section. Due to the particularities of this type of contributions, no restrictions on manuscript structure and length apply.

The journal audience includes academics, students and professionals active in research in marketing worldwide interested in the aforementioned contributions.

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Vol. 21. Issue 2.
Pages 73-164 (September 2017)
Consumer's perceptions of website's utilitarian and hedonic attributes and online purchase intentions: A cognitive–affective attitude approach
M.A. Moon, M.J. Khalid, H.M. Awan, S. Attiq, H. Rasool, M. Kiran
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:73-88

  • Modified S-O-R model explained considerable amount of variation in online retailing.

  • Key online shopping website attributes influence cognitive and affective attitude.

  • Cognitive and affective attitudes are significant predictors of consumers online purchase intentions.

  • Cognitive attitude is a stronger predictor of consumers online purchase intentions.

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This anthropomorphised brand is so loveable: The role of self-brand integration
E. Delgado-Ballester, M. Palazón, J. Pelaez-Muñoz
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:89-101

  • Brand anthropomorphism is presented as an individual characteristic that generates brand love.

  • The mechanism through which anthropomorphic thinking generates brand love is identified.

  • Self-brand integration and brand attitude are key variables in the emerging of brand love.

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Blog influence and political activism: An emerging and integrative model
J. Sánchez-Villar, E. Bigné, J. Aldás-Manzano
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:102-16

  • A hybrid model merging marketing, technology and political science is proposed.

  • The results lead to a better comprehension of Internet tools in the political arena.

  • Political blogs provide insights which connect online with offline environments.

  • The findings shed light on new ways of political marketing of great potential.

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Implementation of Web 2.0 in the snow tourism industry: Analysis of the online presence and e-commerce of ski resorts
E. Cristobal-Fransi, N. Daries-Ramon, E. Mariné-Roig, E. Martin-Fuentes
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:117-30

  • Snow tourism should use Internet both as a promotional and as a marketing tool.

  • Alpine ski resorts are better prepared than Nordic ones about Web 2.0.

  • Adoption of e-commerce by ski and mountain resorts may still be improved.

  • In general, ski resort websites showed a medium level of interactivity.

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Determinants of customer retention in virtual environments. The role of perceived risk in a tourism services context
R. Curras-Perez, C. Ruiz, I. Sanchez-Garcia, S. Sanz
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:131-45

  • Risk moderates the antecedents of online customer retention.

  • Satisfaction and web reputation are drivers of trust and repurchase intention.

  • When perceived risk is higher, the impact of trust on satisfaction is more intense.

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Introducing Personal Social Responsibility as a key element to upgrade CSR
S. López Davis, L. Marín Rives, S. Ruiz de Maya
Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC. 2017;21:146-63

  • A new concept, Personal Social Responsibility (PSR), is defined.

  • Consumers’ acts influence their economic, social and environmental spheres of life.

  • Economic, legal, ethical, discretionary and environmental dimensions form PSR.

  • PSR contributes to explain corporate social responsibility consequences.

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