The leading international Journal of Marketing Management recently published an article by Dr Martina Hutton (Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the Winchester Business School), titled Consuming stress: Exploring hidden dimensions of consumption-related strain at the intersection of gender and poverty.
Dr Hutton advances knowledge on the gendered nature and dimensions of poverty in contemporary consumer society. Focusing on social stress, as experienced at the nexus of gender and poverty, Dr Hutton's work critically examines the complex interplay of gender, power and inequality that underpins consumption-related strain and demonstrates how poverty is reinforced by complex gendered dynamics of inequality, ill health and disability. The study was part of a larger funded research project involving a range of community groups and organisations representing the interests of those living in diverse poverty contexts.
Open event: What does WBS do and how can it help your business?
Wednesday 24 June 2015, Winchester Business School
The Winchester Business School is a hub of knowledge, skills and information that can help improve and grow businesses. Following an informal drinks and canapé reception, staff, students and industry partners delivered short presentations on three main topics: 1. Building a Chartered Business School status and what this means in supporting SME’s; 2. Responsible Leadership -The Executive Story. Provision of the MBA, DBA and Insight Management and 3. Degree Apprenticeships – New forms of industry/Business School collaboration – the CGI and Fujitsu story. The future of degree apprenticeships, funding and collaborative opportunities.