- LÝnies de recerca
- Consumer Research; Sociology of consumption; Cultural consumption, Media Studies, Qualitative Research; Information, Communication and Society
(2015) The Social Network Gamer’s Experience of Play: A Netnography of Restaurant City on Facebook. Games and Culture, in press.
(2015). Social Leisure in the Digital Age. Loisir et Société / Society and Leisure, in pres.
(2015). The Nature of Leisure Revisited: An Interpretation of Digital Leisure. Journal of Leisure Research,47(1), 79–101.
(2014) Music Access patterns; A social interpretation. Poetics, 46, 56-74.
(2014). Art museum visitors: interaction strategies for sharing experiences. Museum Management and Curatorship. 29(3):241-259.
(2012). The unforgettable aesthetic experience: The relationship between the originality of artworks and local culture. Poetics, 40(4), 337–358.
(2012), Access to recorded music: Interpreting a contemporary system of social exchanges, Acta Sociologica, 55(2), 179-194.
(2012) A social theory of internet uses based on consumption sale and linkage needs. Social Science Computer Review, 30(1), 108-129.
(2012). Retos y tendencias del ocio digital: Transformación de dimensiones, experiencias y modelos empresariales. Arbor, 188(754), 381-393.
(2011) A test of Rosen’s and Adler’s theories of superstars. Journal of Cultural Economics,35(2), 137-161.
(2009).A contextual theory of accessing music: Consumer behavior and ethical arguments. Consumption, Markets and Culture.12.(3).234-264. (Taylor & Francis group)
(2008). Scale and periodicities of consuming recorded music: Reconciling Bourdieu’s theory of taste with facts. The Sociological Review, 56( 1), 78- 101.
(2007).Reliable entertainment: Spanish consumers’ preferences regarding a film’s country of origin.International Journal of non Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 12.(3). 217-229.
(2007).Deconstructing cultural omnivorousness 1982-2002: Insights for Americans’ musical preferences. Social Forces, 86( 2),417- 443.
(2006).Patterns of Audio-visual consumption: The reflection of objective divisions in class structure. European Sociological Review, 22(4),397-411.
(2005).From exclusive to inclusive elitists and further: Twenty years of omnivorousness and cultural diversity in arts participation in the USA. Poetics,33(5-6), 299-319.
(2005).Four characters on stage playing three games: performing arts consumption in Spain. Journal of Business Research, 10(58), 1446-1455.
(2004).Omnivore versus univore consumption and its symbolic properties: Evidence from Spaniards’ performing. Poetics, 32, 463-483.
(2002).Omnivores Show Up Again: The segmentation of Cultural Consumers in the Spanish Social Space. European Sociological Review, 18(3), 353-368.
(2002).The Consumption of Cultural Products: An Analysis of the Spanish Social Space. Journal of Cultural Economics, 26(2),115-138.