Journal and Refereed Articles

 

2015

Dobele, A. & Rundle-Thiele, S. 'Progression through Academic Ranks: A Longitudinal Examination of Internal Promotion Drivers', Higher Education Quarterly. Cross institution research with Professor Rundle-Thiele of Griffith University. ABDC Rank B.

Dobele, A., Steel, M., & Cooper, T. (2015) 'Sailing the Seven C's of Blog Marketing: Understanding social media and business impact'. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Vol. 33, Iss. 7. ABDC Rank A.

Beverland, M., Dobele, A., & Farrelly, F. (2015) 'The Viral Marketing Metaphor Explored Through Vegemite'. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Vol. 33, Issue 5, pp. 656-674. ABDC Rank A.

Dobele, A. (2015) 'Assessing the quality of feedback in the peer review process', Journal of Higher Education Research and Development.

Dobele, A., Rundle-Thiele, S., & Kopanidis, F. “The Cracked Glass Ceiling: Equal Work but Unequal Status”, Higher Education Research & Development.

Dobele, A., Westberg, K. Steel, M., & Flowers, K. “An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation and Stakeholder Engagement: A Case Study in the Australian Mining Industry”, Business Strategy and the Environment.

2012

Dobele, A.R., Gangemi, M., Kopanidis, F. and Thomas, S. At Risk Policy and Early Intervention Programs for Underperforming Students: ensuring success?, Journal of Education + Training.

Dobele, A.R., Kopanidis, F., Gangemi, M., Thomas, S., Janssen, R. and Blasche, R.E., 2012, 'Towards a typology of at-risk students: a case study in Singapore', Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Volume 34, Issue 1, February 2012, pages 3-13

2011

Dobele, A. & Lindgreen, A. (2011) Exploring the nature of value in the word-of-mouth referral equation for health care. Journal of Marketing Management 27:3-4, 269-290
Online publication date: 24-Feb-2011.

2010

Dobele, A., Rundle-Thiele, S., Kopanidis, F. & Steel, M. (2010), All Things Being Equal: Observing Australian Individual Academic Workloads’, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management.

2009

Hartley, N. & Dobele, A., Feathers in the Nest: Establishing a Supportive Environment for Women Researchers, The Australian Educational Researcher (AER) Journal, 2009.

2008

Dobele, A., O'Loughlin, J. & Maher, L-A., (2008), To hell and back: lives lived and the lessons we can all learn, SLEID, Central Queensland University.

Evans, T., Dobele, A., Hartley, N. & Benton, I., (2008), Academic rejection: the coping strategies of women, SLEID, Central Queensland University.

2007

Dobele, A., Lindgreen, A., Beverland, M., Vanhamme, J. & van Wijk, R. (2007), "Why pass on viral messages? Because they connect emotionally", Business Horizons, 50, 4, pp. 291-304.

2005

Dobele, A., Toleman, D., & Beverland, M. (2005), "Controlled infection! Spreading the brand message through viral marketing", Business Horizons, 48(2), March-April, pp.143-149.

Conference Papers - Referred

 

2015

Powell, A., Dobele, A., Camilleri, A. & Stavros, C. (2015) ‘Psychosocial and Contextual Determinants of Word-of-Mouth Transmission: A Conceptual Framework. Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Le, T., Dobele, A. & Robinson, L. (2015) ‘Word-of-Mouth Effects on Student Choice Behaviour: The Dual-Process Conceptual Framework’, Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Cooper, T., Stavros, C. & Dobele, A. (2015) ‘Shut Up and Take My Money! Engaging Facebook Communities to Build the Brand Narrative’, Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Dobele, A., McMurray, A., Robinson, L., Raje, P. & de Silva, A. (2015) 'Traditional PhD vs. Contemporary PhD: have we lost our way?' MMA (Marketing Management Association) Fall Educators' Conference, September, Puerto Rico, United States of America.

de Silva, A, Dobele, A., McMurray, A., Robinson, L., Raje, P.(2015) “Contemporary PhD: What is it, where it might be heading?” Australasian Teaching Economics Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

2014

Dobele, A. R & Rundle-Thiele, S. (2014) 'Shifting Sands: Observing Academic Workloads over Time', Academy of Marketing Science 2014, Indianapolis, May.

Dobele, A.R. Johnson, N., Smith, G., & Russell-Bennett, R. (2014) 'Facebook wall posts: what sort achieves the most interaction?', accepted for presentation 2014 International Social Marketing (ISM) conference, Monash University, Peninsula Campus, Frankston, July.

2013

Gangemi, M., Dobele, A., Kopanidis, F. and Thomas. S., "'An at-risk program for economics and finance students: How effective is intervention?', Western Economic Association International (WEAI) 10th Biennial Pacific Rim Conference, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, 14 -17 March 2013.

2011

Dobele, A., Kopanidis, F., Gangemi, M., & Thomas, St. “The at risk program for marketing students: how effective is intervention?” Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Perth, December.

Kopanidis, F., Rundle-Thiele, S. & Dobele, A. Examining academic workload data: who worked the hardest?” Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Perth, December.

2010

Gangemi, M., Dobele, A. and Kopanidis, F. (2010), "Underperforming Economics and Finance Students in Singapore: Why are they At-Risk?", Australasian Teaching in Economics Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Gangemi, M. (2010), At-Risk Students in Singapore: Who do they think they are?, Korean Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

Flowers, K., Steel, M., Westberge, K. & Dobele, A. (2010), “Heavy Industry and Corporate Social Responsibility: Mutually Exclusive?”, Korean Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

2009

Dobele, A. & Beverland, M. (2009), “Applying brand attachment to a consumption context: attachment to mobile phones”, accepted for presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, December, Melbourne, Australia.

Griffiths, K. & Dobele, A. (2009), “The peer review process: how often do blind reviewers agree in their final recommendation?”, accepted for presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, December, Melbourne, Australia.

2008

Dobele, A. Greenacre, L. & Bretherton, P. (2008), Changes in the importance of value indicators when buying a product for personal vs. impersonal consumption, Academy of Marketing Conference, Aberdeen Business School, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Dobele , A. (2008), The believability of positive referrals, Academy of Marketing Conference, Aberdeen Business School, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Dobele, A. & Hartley, N. (2008), Good drinking, better branding: an analysis of winery branding, Academy of Marketing Conference, Aberdeen Business School, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Steel, M., Evans, T., & Dobele, A. (2008), Using online referrals: Atlassian, Australian and New Academy of Marketing Conference.

Dobele, A., White, C., Doan, M.P. & Fry, T., (2008) the Impact of Extrinsic and Intrinsic Rewards on Referral Strength in a Professional Service Context, Australian and New Academy of Marketing Conference.

2007

Dobele, A. (2007), Differences between male and female academic staff: who works the hardest?, Academy of Marketing Conference, Kingston University.

Dobele, A. (2007), Operationalising word-of-mouth referrals: the WOMBAT model, Academy of Marketing Conference, Kingston University.

Dobele, A. (2007), A process orientation for word-of-mouth referrals, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Marketing Conference, University of Otago.

Dobele, A. (2007), Word-of-mouth: impact and use by Australian Institute of Marketing Professional Members, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Marketing Conference, University of Otago.

2006

Dobele, A., Beverland, M., Lindgreen, A. & van WIJK, R. (2006), "Forwarding Viral Messages: What Part Does Emotion Play?" ANZMAC, Brisbane.

Hartley, N., Dobele, A. & Benton, I. (2006), "Mentoring: Does it Support Equal Success?", Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Rydges, Rockhampton.

Dobele, A., Ward, T., Acutt, B & Parrish, M. (2006), "Benchmarking customer service in the hospitality industry ", Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Rydges, Rockhampton.

Bovingdon, P., Dobele, A., Bretherton, P., (2006), "A Higher Degree of the Chilly Climate", Academy of Marketing Conference, Middlesex University, London.

Dobele, A. & Hindmarch, M. (2006), "Practical teachings: I can do, therefore I thought!", Life Long Learning Conference, Rockhampton.

Hartley, N., Dobele, A., & Bell, P. (2006), "Understanding institution selection: a case study of Central Queensland University prospective students", Life Long Learning Conference, Rockhampton.

2005

Dobele, A., Beverland, M. & Toleman, D. (2005) "e-Talking: viral marketing to spread brand messages", ANZMAC, Fremantle.

Dobele, A., Bretherton, P., & Hyland, P. (2005) "Just Txt Me: an empirical study of consumer behaviour in the youth market", Academy of Marketing Conference, Dublin.

Hyland, P., Bretherton, P. & Dobele, A. (2005), "Technology Talking: An Empirical Study of Youth Markets Use of Telecommunications", ANZAM, Canberra.

Bovingdon, P., Dobele, A., O'Loughlin, J and Soosay, C., Bretherton, P., (2005), ‘The Chilly Climate at Higher Degrees', Women in Research Conference, Central Queensland University, Gladstone.

2004

Dobele, A. & Ward, A. 2004. ‘Are word-of-mouth referral types linked to customer personality?' ANZMAC Conference Proceedings, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.

2003

Dobele, A & Ward, A, 2003, 'Enhancing Word-of-Mouth Referrals', Proceedings of Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2003, (Adelaide), pp1-8, University of South Australia, CD 0868039837, ANZMAC 2003.

O'Loughlin, J, Dobele, A, (2003), 'Journey to the Centre of the Soul', Discovery, Women in Research Conference 2003,Central Queensland University, Australia, Rockhampton.

Dobele, A & Hafey, N, (2003), 'Effective Research tools for Women in Research at Central Queensland University', Proceedings of Women in Research Conference, Central Queensland University, Australia, Rockhampton.

2002

Angela R. Dobele and Tony Ward, Categories of Word-of-Mouth Referrers, Australia and New Zealand Academy of Marketing Conference, 2002.

Conference Papers - Non-refereed

 

2007

Hodgetts, D., Mummery, W, K., Joyner, K., Duncan, M, J., & Dobele, A. (2007). Viral social marketing: An examination of ad perception and forwarding behaviour based on physical activity. Sports Management Australia New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

2006

Hodgetts, D., Joyner, K., Mummery, K., Duncan, M., & Dobele, A. (2006). Viral social marketing: testing the effectiveness of the internet to effectively disseminate physical activity promotion messages. Paper presented at the ASICS Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Yanuca, Fiji Islands.

Book Chapters

 

2008

Lindgreen, A., Dobele, A., Beverland, M., & Vanhamme, J., Viral Marketing, Marketing Metaphors and Metamorphosis, edited by Philip J. Kitchen, Palgrave Macmillian, Hampshire.

Editorial Positions

 

2015

Associate Editor, Journal of Services Marketing, ABDC Ranked A

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Marketing Education, ABDC Ranked B

2008

Special Edition Co-Editor (with Ms Kylie Radel, CQU), Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development (SLEID).

2006-2007

Associate Editor for The Faculty of Business and Informatics working papers. The working paper series is designed to help early career researchers and postgraduate students to get publishing experience before they submit their papers to a conference or a journal.

Invited Papers/Speaker

 

2015

Invited panel member 'Relevant Business Curricula: Integrating Corporate Feedback into the Classroom' panel at the MMA (Marketing Management Association) Fall Educators' Conference, Puerto Rico, September.

2014

Guest presenter and panel member at the Australian Association of Social Marketers Technology Symposium, held in Melbourne on communication and social media.

Invited to lecture to the undergraduate Market Research class, University of Lethbridge, Canada.

Guest research presenter at the University of Lethbridge on the topic of research excellence and EFM (as Deputy Head, Research & Innovation).

Guest lecturer, undergraduate Advanced Marketing Communication class, Monash University, invited by Professor Peter Danaher.

Chair and presenter, ECR Mentor event run by Research Capacity Building Team, RMIT University, on the topic of Building a Research Program.

2013

Invited keynote presenter Victoria University College of Business Candidature Forum and at the Business Research Showcase, RMIT University on research skills and strategies.

Invited forum member in the 'Fundamentals of Publishing Your Research' forum organised by the Research Office, Research & Innovation Portfolio, RMIT University.

2012

Invited guest presenter Fairly Educated Conference on communication and social media.

2011

Invited guest presenter, 'Let's Talk Marketing' radio show produced by Vision Australia Radio, 1179AM, by Dr Anthony (Tony) Perrone.

2007

Invited radio panellist on ABC Radio Capricornia.

Invited Guest Presenter for the Academy of Marketing, Doctoral Colloquium, July 2, 2007, hosted by Kingston College. Topic: Surviving a Research Higher Degree.

Invited Guest Presenter for CQU Women in Research luncheon, 27 March 2007. Topic: 'Women in Research - Feathering our Nests and Getting Ready to Fly'.

2006

Invited Guest Presenter for the Central Queensland University Library on the topic of why academics must publish and the publishing process matched to career goals and outputs.

2005

Qld State Tourism Conference

Guest presenter for 2005 Qld State Tourism Conference, held in Gladstone. The conference brings together delegates from Queensland and inter-state to consider recent trends and movements in tourism to the state and country. Attendees at this conference included:

- All Regional Tourism Organisations (RTO's) currently operating in Queensland;
- Tourism Operators in Queensland;
- Tourism Queensland Office;
- Agencies with an interest in the tourism industry in Australia, including Government Departments.

The theme for the three day conference was ‘Riding the Wave of Change'. Angela was asked to present on the topic ‘Know Your Customer: How to meet your needs whilst meeting theirs'. This topic was an acknowledgement of her expertise in the area of marketing and customer service.

2004

Council of Postgraduate Students

Guest presenter at the Council of Postgraduate Students and CQU Student Association 2004 Annual General Meeting. Angela's topic was Word-of-Mouth Communication and its' impact on student decisions. This topic was especially relevant to the Council given the change from compulsory to voluntary student unionism.

Edited Volumes

 

2008

Dobele, A., Lindgreen, A., Beverland, M., and Vanhamme, J. (2008), "Viral marketing", in Kitchen, P. (Ed.), Marketing: Metaphors and Metamorphosis, Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Research Higher Degree Supervision

 

Completed Supervision (Doctorate)

Associate Supervisor: Dr Anthony Perrone, 2009. Central Queensland University. Research topic: This research reports on a study conducted relating to customer service quality. The main focus was on a retail service setting dealing with the servicescape or the physical environment where customers and service providers meet. The outcome of this research confirmed the servicescape had a direct positive influence on a retail setting.

Current PhD Supervision of Research Higher Degree Students

Mr Tri Le, whose topic is Word of Mouth Communication in Higher Education (successfully passed confirmation of candidature June 2015).

Ms Majdah Al Nefaie, researching the role of electronic (visual and content) word of mouth in fashion consumption in Saudi Arabia (successfully passed confirmation of candidature June 2015).

Mr Mohammed Fakiha whose topic is Stories of Brands: Conceptualising and Measuring the 'Brand Story' Concept (successfully passed confirmation of candidature October 2014).

Mr Tony Cooper, researching the role and value of online communities and online community engagement for fashion brands (commenced study March 2015).

Ms Ashleigh Druce who is interested in the forwarding behaviour of online viral communications (commenced study March 2015).

Ms Janine Hendry, whose topic focusses on the influence of gender on technologically mediated communication (commenced study August 2015).

Current Masters by Supervision of Research Higher Degree Students

Mr Louis Fernandes, whose topic is Viral Marketing as a Corporate Communication Strategy in Higher Education (currently on leave of absence, due for completion seminar in the 2016 HDR Summer Conference).

Academic Leadership in Research

Associate Professor Angela Dobele has served on confirmation and completion panels for higher degree by research students and examined thesis.

She is interested in supervising students looking at topics related to referrals (word of mouth or viral) or academic issues (including student performance and academic workload).

Dr Onnida Thongpravati graduated last year with her thesis on the topic of market-driving innovations and understanding the critical success factors at the front end of the development process. Dr Thongpravati's thesis is a top 11% finalist in the ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award and is retained for the final evaluation rounds. She is employed as a postdoctoral researcher in entrepreneurship and innovation at Swinburne University.

Reviews

 

Associate Professor Angela Dobele has been invited to review papers for the Journal of Marketing Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Customer Behaviour, Journal of Marketing Communications, Journal of Marketing Education, Journal of Services Marketing and the Journal of Management & Organization. Associate Professor Angela Dobele is a regular reviewer for The Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference (ANZMAC) and a past reviewer for the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), AusWeb 2007 and the CQUniversity Women in Research conferences.