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DISSERTATION

A picture is worth a thousand words: Scale development for consumer-to-consumer social interaction

THESIS

Social media in the online store environment

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Publications

2020                Dorie, A. (40%), Jablon, S., McCracken, A., Sadachar, A., Shane-Nichols, A., Fiore, A., & Curwood, S. Comparing perceptions of effectiveness of on-campus and hybrid PhD programs. International Journal of E-Learning. (accepted January 14, 2020).

2020                Dorie, A. (50%), & Loranger, D. The multi-generation: Generational differences in channel activity. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management. (accepted January 3, 2020). Impact Factor 2.32. doi: 10.1108/IJRDM-06-2019-0196

2019                Tang, L., Fiore, A. M., Hurst, J. L., Niehm, L. S., Dorie, A. (30%), Jablon, S. Re-conceptualizing the hierarchical service quality model: The case of agritourism events. Event Management. (in press). Impact Factor: 1.1

2018                Dorie, A. (70%), Loranger, D. (25%), & Karpova, E. (5%). Encore consumption: Investigating trends in the apparel expenditures of older consumers in the United States. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 51, 428-436. Impact Factor: 2.72

2017                Schumaker, C. (student author, 30%), Loranger D. (40%), & Dorie, A (30%). Dressing for the Internet: A study of female self-presentation via dress on Instagram. Fashion, Style, and Popular Culture, 4(3), 365-382.

2017                McKinney, E., Gill, S, Dorie, A., & Roth, S. Body-to-pattern relationships in women’s trouser drafting methods:  Implications for apparel mass customization. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 35(1), 16-32.

Peer-Reviewed Proceedings and Presentations

2020                Dorie, A. Climate activism: An investigation of collaborative activist design. Western Region Biennial Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences, San Diego, CA. April 3-4.

2020                Dorie, A. (50%), & Loranger, D. Word on the street: Apparel-related critical incidents leading to WOM behavior among Millennial and Gen Z consumers. American Collegiate Retailing Association/American Marketing Association Conference, New Orleans, LA. March 25-27.

2019                Dorie, A. (100%). Digital or analog? Exploring presentation methods in an apparel construction course. International Textile & Apparel Association Conference, Cleveland, OH. November 6-8.

2019                Loranger, D., & Dorie, A. The omni generation:  An investigation into channel choice amongst Xennial consumers.American Collegiate Retailing Association/American Marketing Association Conference, Tuscon, AZ. April 4-6.

2018                Dorie, A., & Loranger, D. How do you connect?Comparing word-of-mouth and online communication channel choice amongst generational cohorts. International Textile & Apparel Association Conference, Cleveland, OH. November 6-8.

2018                Dorie, A., Chung, T., Fiore, A. M., & Froelich, A. Actions speak louder than words: Scale development for consumer-to-consumer social interactions. American Collegiate Retailing Association/American Marketing Association Conference, Toronto, ON. June 6-9.

2018                Loranger, D., & Dorie, A. Spread the word!: A stage one study of inter-generational differences in opinion leadership and market mavenism. American Collegiate Retailing Association/American Marketing Association Conference, Toronto, ON. June 6-9.

2017                Dorie, A., & Loranger, D. It all adds up: Flipped classroom approaches in retail math instruction. International Textile & Apparel Association Conference, St. Petersburg, FL. November 14-18.

2017                Dorie, A., Peng, F., Chung, T., Hurst, J., Niehm, L., & Fiore, A. Growing pains: An exploration of Etsy seller policies and seller satisfaction. International Textile & Apparel Association Conference, St. Petersburg, FL. November 14-18.

2017                Jablon, S., Dorie, A., Gordon, J., & Damhorst, M. I do like my sparkly jeans: Communication through embellished jeans. International Textile & Apparel Association Conference, St. Petersburg, FL. November 14-18.

2017                Dorie, A., & Johnson-Carroll. Paramount: Addressing five areas of sustainability through apparel design. Pop Culture/ American Culture Association National Conference, Seattle, WA. March 22-25.

2017                Dorie, A., Loranger, D., & Karpova, E. Encore Consumption: Investigating Trends in the Apparel Expenditures of Older Consumers. American Collegiate Retailing Association Conference, Bloomington, MN. March 29-April 1.

2016                Niehm, L. S., Dorie, A., Jablon, S., Fiore, A. M., & Hurst, J. L. Use of innovative marketing strategies based on level of profitability and business category. International Textiles and Apparel Association Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada. November 8-11.

2016                Shane-Nichols, A., Jablon, S., Dorie, A., McCracken, Arienne, Curwood, S., Fiore, A. M., & Sadachar, A. Comparing Perceptions of Effectiveness of On-Campus and Hybrid Apparel Ph.D. Programs. International Textiles and Apparel Association Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada. November 8-11.

2016                Hurst, J. L., Niehm, L. S., Fiore, A. M., Dorie, A., Jablon, S., & Son, J. Retail entrepreneurs’ use of innovative marketing strategies and the impact on business success: A generational comparison. American Collegiate Retailing Association Conference, New York, NY. April 13-16.

2016                Loranger D., Schumaker, C., & Dorie, A. Dressing for the Internet: Communicating through appearance on social media. Pop Culture/ American Culture Association National Conference, Seattle, WA. March 22-25.

2015                Dorie, A., Loranger D., & Rabolt N. Product desires and motivations of millennial shoppers. International Textile and Apparel Conference, Santa Fe, NM. November 9-13.

2015                McCracken A., Jablon, S., Dorie, A., & Garrin A. Integrating distance students into a graduate student organization. International Textile and Apparel Conference, Santa Fe, NM. November 9-13.

2015                Dorie, A. The new world of textiles. Paper presentation presented at the Pop Culture/ American Culture Association National Conference, New Orleans, LA. Retrieved from: http://ncp.pcaaca.org/presentation/new-world-textiles.

2014                Dorie, A. & McKinney, E. A new era in apparel manufacturing. Pop Culture/ American Culture Association National Conference, Chicago, IL. April 16-18.

2013                Dorie, A., Rabolt N., Markova I., & Johnson-Carroll, K. Social media in the online store environment. International Textile and Apparel Conference. New Orleans, LA. October 15-18, 2013.

Invited Works

2018                Dorie, A. Sentinels of change. Presented at the Western Region Biennial Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences, San Francisco, CA. April 6-7.

2016                Dorie, A. Buying Session. Workshop conducted at Behind the Scenes Day, Department of Apparel, Events, & Hospitality Management, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

2014                Dorie, A. & McKinney, E. Using SolidWorks for composites, industrial fabrics, and technical textiles: Applying 3D CAD to apparel. SolidWorks World Conference, San Diego, CA.

2014                Dorie, A. & McKinney, S. Buying Session. Workshop conducted at Behind the Scenes Day, Department of Apparel, Events, & Hospitality Management, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

2014                Dorie, A. & McKinney, E. Using SolidWorks for composites, industrial fabrics, and technical textiles: Applying 3D CAD to apparel. SolidWorks World Conference, San Diego, CA.

2014                McKinney, E. & Dorie, A. Human factors in product design: Apparel design. In R. T. Stone (Professor), IE 576: Human Factors. Guest lecture conducted from Iowa State University.

2014                Roth, S., Dorie, A., & McKinney, E. Determination of ease using 3D CAD. Iowa State University Honors Poster Presentation, Ames, IA.2013

2013                Dorie, A. The effects of U.S. outsourcing on the global apparel worker: The need for consumer support of fair labor practices. In I. Markova (Professor), Textiles and Apparel in the World Marketplace. Guest lecture conducted from San Francisco State University, CA.

CREATIVE WORKS

Juried Design Exhibitions

2018                Dorie, A. Mariana arc. Design Exhibition of the International Textile and Apparel Conference, Cleveland, OH. November 6-8, 2018. (Acceptance rate: 49%)

2018                Dorie, A. Sentinels of change. Design Exhibition of the Western Region Biennial Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences, San Francisco, CA. April 6-7.

2017                Dorie, A. Separation and unity. Design Exhibition of the Costume Society of Amercia, Portland, ME. May 29 – June 4. (Acceptance rate: 42%)

2016                Dorie, A. Separation and unity. Focus Gant Exhibit, Memorial Union, Iowa State University. March 23 – April 25. (Acceptance rate: 64.5%)

2013                Dorie, A. Safdie. Design Exhibition of the International Textile and Apparel Conference, New Orleans, LA. October 15-18, 2013. (Acceptance rate: 38.5%)

2012                Dorie, A. Repurposed style: Upcyled leather skirt and vest. Bridging Fabrics: Ensemble, Clothing & Textiles, Marin County Fair, San Rafael, CA June 30 – July 4. (1st Place & Best-of-Show).

2012                Dorie, A. Coming up roses: Repurposed drapes. Bridging Fabrics: Dresses, Clothing & Textiles, Marin County Fair, San Rafael, CA June 30 – July 4. (1st Place).

2012                Dorie, A. Gatsby: Art deco inspired coat. Art to Wear: Jackets, Clothing & Textiles, Marin County Fair, San Rafael, CA June 30 – July 4. (4th Place).

2012                Dorie, A. Deco darling. Art to Wear: Dresses, Clothing & Textiles, Marin County Fair, San Rafael, CA June 30 – July 4. (4th Place).

2011                Dorie, A. Freedom to move. Project OR Design Competition, Outdoor Retailer Conference, Salt Lake City, UT August 4-7. (1st Place).

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Funded Grants and Projects

2019                Rabolt, N., Dorie, A., Klein, M. Increasing membership in the California Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. Membership Grant, American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. $1,000.

2019                Dorie, A. California burning. Expressing loss and devastation through textile and apparel design. Extended Education Fund Grant, California Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. $500.

2018                Dorie, A. Closing the achievement gap through design supplies. Institutional Equipment Request. San Francisco State University. $3,087.00.

2016                Dorie, A. Professional advancement grant. Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS), Iowa State University. $180.

2015                Dorie, A. Investigating the flipped classroom in an apparel merchandising course. Graduate Student Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CiRTL) Grant. Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), Iowa State University. $1250.

2015                Dorie, A. Separation and unity: Exploring conflicts through textile designs. Focus Grant. Government of the Student Body (GSB), Iowa State University. $520.

2014                Dorie, A. Professional advancement grant. Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS), Iowa State University. $180.