Refereed Journal Articles

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, Tao Gao, Sunkyu Jun, James Gentry, (2017) "Motivational bases for consumers’ underdog affection in commerce," Journal of Service Management, 28 (3), 563-592.

  • McGinnis, L. P., Glibkowski, B., & Lemmon, G. (2016). “Introducing the Question Wheel: A Circumplex Model of Communication Developed from Expert Golf Instructors,” International Journal of Sport Communication, 9 (2), 167-190.

  • Davis, Robert, & McGinnis, Lee P. (2016), “Conceptualizing Excessive Fan Consumption Behavior,” Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 28, 252-262.

  • Jun, Sunkyu., Sung, Jungyeon., Gentry, James W., & McGinnis, Lee P. (2015), “Effects of Underdog (vs. top dog) Positioning Advertising,” International Journal of Advertising 34 (3), 1-20.

  • Glibkowski, B. C., McGinnis, L., Gillespie, J., & Schommer, A. (2014), “‘How’ Narratology Narrows the Organizational Theory–Practice Gap,” Human Resource Development Review, 13 (2), 234-262.

  • Glibkowski, Brian C., Chaudhry, A., and McGinnis, Lee Phillip (2013), “The Evidence Matrix: a Framework to use all Forms of Evidence in Organizational Behavior Teaching,” Management Education: An International Journal, 12 (4), 13-24.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, Angela Frendle, and James W. Gentry (2013), “The Simple Man: The Consumption Behavior of the Principled Life,” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2 (1), 70-80.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, James W. Gentry, and Tao Gao (2012), “Antecedents to Consumer Perceptions of Sacredness in Extended Service Experiences: The Case of Golf,” Journal of Service Research, 15 (4) 476-488.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry (2009), “Underdog Consumption: An Exploration into Meanings and Motives,” Journal of Business Research, 62 (2), 191-199.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, James W. Gentry and Julia McQuillan (2009), “Ritual-Based Behavior that Reinforces Hegemonic Masculinity in Golf: Variations in Women Golfers’ Responses,” Leisure Sciences, 31 (1), 19-36.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, James W. Gentry, and Tao Gao (2008), “The Impact of Flow and Communitas on Enduring Involvement in Extended Service Encounters,” Journal of Service Research, 11 (1), 74-90.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry (2006), “Getting Past the Red Tees: Constraints Women Face in Golf and Strategies to Help Them Stay,” Journal of Sport Management, 20 (2), 218-247.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, Julia A. McQuillan, and Constance L. Chapple (2005), “I Just Want to Play: Women, Sexism and Persistence in Golf,” Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 29 (5), 313-337.

  • McGinnis, Lee, Seungwoo Chun, and Julia McQuillan (2003), “A Review of Gendered Consumption in Sport and Leisure,” Academy of Marketing Science Review, http://www.amsreview.org/articles/mcginnis05-2003.pdf