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Minimizing alcohol harm: A systematic social marketing review (2000–2014)
K Kubacki, S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang, N Buyucek
Journal of Business Research 68 (10), 2214-2222, 2015
1722015
Social marketing theory development goals: an agenda to drive change
S Rundle-Thiele, P David, T Willmott, B Pang, L Eagle, R Hay
Journal of Marketing Management 35 (1-2), 160-181, 2019
1132019
A systematic review of stakeholder involvement in social marketing interventions
N Buyucek, K Kubacki, S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang
Australasian Marketing Journal 24 (1), 8-19, 2016
932016
Promoting active travel to school: a systematic review (2010–2016)
B Pang, K Kubacki, S Rundle-Thiele
BMC Public Health 17 (1), 638, 2017
832017
Social marketing physical activity interventions among adults 60 years and older: a systematic review
H Fujihira, K Kubacki, R Ronto, B Pang, S Rundle-Thiele
Social Marketing Quarterly 21 (4), 214-229, 2015
812015
The Employers’ View of “Work-Ready” Graduates: A Study of Advertisements for Marketing Jobs in Australia
E McArthur, K Kubacki, B Pang, C Alcaraz
Journal of Marketing Education 39 (2), 82-93, 2017
632017
Social marketing interventions aiming to increase physical activity among adults: A systematic review
K Kubacki, R Ronto, V Lahtinen, B Pang, S Rundle-Thiele
Health Education, 2017
622017
Weight management in young adults: Systematic review of electronic health intervention components and outcomes
TJ Willmott, B Pang, S Rundle-Thiele, A Badejo
Journal of Medical Internet Research 21 (2), e10265, 2019
522019
Reported theory use in electronic health weight management interventions targeting young adults: a systematic review
T Willmott, B Pang, S Rundle-Thiele, A Badejo
Health Psychology Review 13 (3), 295-317, 2019
362019
Engaging the dog owner community in the design of an effective koala aversion program
P David, S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang, K Knox, J Parkinson, F Hussenoeder
Social Marketing Quarterly 25 (1), 55-68, 2019
332019
The four Es of social marketing: ethicality, expensiveness, exaggeration and effectiveness
B Pang, K Kubacki
Journal of Social Marketing, 2015
322015
Generating new directions for reducing dog and koala interactions: A social marketing formative research study
S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang, K Knox, P David, J Parkinson, F Hussenoeder
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 26 (2), 173-187, 2019
292019
Capability, opportunity, and motivation: an across contexts empirical examination of the COM-B model
TJ Willmott, B Pang, S Rundle-Thiele
BMC Public Health 21 (1), 1-17, 2021
272021
An umbrella review of the use of segmentation in social marketing interventions
K Kubacki, S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang, J Carins, J Parkinson, H Fujihira, ...
Segmentation in Social Marketing, 9-23, 2017
272017
Utilising virtual reality in alcohol studies: A systematic review
J Durl, T Dietrich, B Pang, LE Potter, L Carter
Health Education Journal 77 (2), 212-225, 2018
252018
A systematic literature review and research agenda for organ donation decision communication
K Knox, J Parkinson, B Pang, H Fujihira, P David, S Rundle-Thiele
Progress in Transplantation 27 (3), 309-320, 2017
242017
Can the theory of planned behaviour explain walking to and from school among Australian children? A social marketing formative research study
B Pang, S Rundle‐Thiele, K Kubacki
International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 23 (2), e1599, 2018
232018
A gamified approach to promoting empathy in children
P Saleme, T Dietrich, B Pang, J Parkinson
Journal of Social Marketing 10 (3), 321-337, 2020
192020
An empirical examination of the ecological and cognitive active commuting framework: a social marketing formative research study
B Pang, SR Rundle-Thiele, K Kubacki
Health Education 117 (6), 581-598, 2017
162017
Rewiring the STEM pipeline-a CBE framework to female retention
C Roemer, S Rundle-Thiele, B Pang, P David, J Kim, J Durl, T Dietrich, ...
Journal of Social Marketing 10 (4), 427-446, 2020
152020
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