Conference Proceedings

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, Andrew Davis, James W. Gentry, Tao Gao, and Sunkyu Jun, New Zealand Underdogs: Giving All a Fair Go. Presentation at the 39th Annual Macromarketing Conference, London, UK, July 2014. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Craig, E., Bongaarts, A., Glibkowski, B. C., McGinnis, L., Gillespie, J., & Dierksmeier, C. (2013). Narrative Management: Clarity in Principles, Structure, and Definitions of Strategy and Tactics. Paper presented at the International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas, October 2013.

  • Reis, Helena Antónia Correia, Lee Phillip McGinnis (2013), “Women’s Strategies in Golf Participation: Portuguese Golf Professionals,” Presented at the 5th Advances in Tourism Marketing Conference, Algarve, Portugal, October 2013.

  • Glibkowski, Brian C., Lee P. McGinnis, James Gillespie, and Abby G. Schommer, “How Narratology Narrows the Organizational Theory-Practice Gap,” Presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Oct-Nov. 2012.

  • Kolenda, Nicholas, Lee Phillip McGinnis, and Brian Glibkowski, “The Antecedents and Consequences of the Knowledge-Transfer Circumplex: A Conceptual Model.” Presented at the American Marketing Association Summer Educators’ Conference in Chicago, Illinois, August 2012. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W., Lee Phillip McGinnis, and Alex Hein, “The Golf Course as a Gendered Place: The Role of Interaction Rituals.” Presented at the 11th Annual Conference on Gender, Marketing and Consumer Behaviour in Queenstown, New Zealand, July 2012.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry (2009), “The Ritualization of Cultural, Social, and Economic Capital in Establishing In-Group Acceptance.” Presented at the North American Advances in Consumer Research in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 2009. Published in conference proceedings. (B hit)

  • Gentry, James W. and Lee Phillip McGinnis (2009), “Movement toward Increased Student Roles in the Design of Experiential Exercises.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in Seattle, Washington, March 2009. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W. and Lee Phillip McGinnis (2008), “Thoughts on How To Motivate Students Experientially.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, March 2008. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W., John R. Dickinson, Alvin C. Burns, Lee P. McGinnis, and Ju Young Park, (2007), “The Role of Learning versus Performance Orientations when Reactions to Negative Outcomes in Simulation Games: Further Insights.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 2007. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W. and Lee Phillip McGinnis (2007), “Experiential Teaching May Lead to Experiential Learning.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 2007. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W., John R. Dickinson, Alvin C. Burns, Lee McGinnis, and Ju Young Park, (2006),“The Role of Learning Versus Performance Orientations When Reacting to Negative Outcomes in Simulation Games.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in San Francisco, California, March 2006. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Gentry, James W., Lee Phillip McGinnis, John R. Dickinson, and Alvin C. Burns (2005), “Students as Lab Rats: The Ethics of Conducting Non-Pedagogical Research in the Context of Classroom Simulations and Experiential Learning.” Presented at Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Conference in Orlando, Florida, March 2005. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Chun, Seungwoo, James W. Gentry, and Lee P. McGinnis (2004), “Ritual Aspects of Sports Consumption: How Do Sports Fans Become Ritualized?” Presented at the 2004 Asian Association of Consumer Research Conference, Seoul, South Korea. Published in Asia Pacific Advances in Consumer Research proceedings, Vol. 6, 331-336 (Eds., Yong-Uon Ha and Youjae Yi).

  • McGinnis, Lee (2004), “Simple but Effective” Rediscovering the Class Discussion.” Presented at the Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning in Las Vegas, NV, March 2004. Published in conference proceedings.

  • Chun, Seungwoo, James W. Gentry, and Lee P. McGinnis (2003), “Cultural Differences in Fan Ritualization: A Cross-Cultural Perspective of the Ritualization of American and Japanese Baseball fans.” Presented at the 2003 North American Association of Consumer Research Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Published in Advances in Consumer Research proceedings, Vol 31, 503-509 (Eds., Barbara E. Kahn and Mary Frances Luce).

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry (2003), “Examining the Mediating Relationship of “Play” on Ritual Enduring Involvement.” Presented at the 2003 North American Association of Consumer Research Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Published in Advances in Consumer Research proceedings, Vol. 31, 405-411 (Eds., Barbara E. Kahn and Mary Frances Luce).

  • \Gentry, James W. and Lee McGinnis (2002), “Doing Gender in the Family.” Presented at Association for Consumer Research 2002 Conference in Atlanta, GA. Published in 2003 Advances in Consumer Research proceedings, Vol. 30 (Eds., Punam Anand Keller and Dennis W. Rook).

  • McGinnis, Lee and James W. Gentry (2001), “The Masculine Hegemony in Sports: Is Golf for ‘Ladies’?” Presented at Association for Consumer Research 2001 Conference in Austin, TX. Published in 2002 Advances in Consumer Research proceedings, Vol. 29, 19-24 (Eds., Susan M. Broniarczyk and Kent Nakamoto).

  • McGinnis, Lee and James W. Gentry (2001), “Analyzing the Gender Gap in Participatory Golf Using a Ritual Dramaturgical Framework.” Presented at American Marketing Association Summer Educators’ 2001 Conference, Washington D.C. Published in 2001 American Marketing Association Educators’ Proceedings, Enhancing Knowledge Development in Marketing, Vol. 12, 30-35 (Eds., Greg W. Marshall and Stephen J. Grove).

  • Bunker, Matt, Athinodoros Chronis, and Lee McGinnis (2001), “Looking at American Cultural Imperialism Using a Ritual Framework.” Presented at Macromarketing 2001 Conference, Williamsburg, VA. Published in 26th Annual 2001 Macromarketing proceedings, Globalization and Equity, 337-348 (Eds., Don R. Rahtz and Pierre McDonagh).