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EPIC 2014 asks researchers and practitioners from different fields to explore the ways in which positive relations can lead to new beginnings and possibilities, or reestablish old ties. How can positive relations create new value or values in the things, places, and people with whom ethnographers engage?


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Become part of a world-wide network that produces expert knowledge, increases ethnography’s influence, and expands opportunities for ethnographers. Learn more at epicpeople.org.

NEWS

July 9 —Program Schedule now released.

June 20 —Just launched our new website epicpeople.org!

May 29 — Workshops are now open.

Apr 3 — Registration now open!

THOMAS FRANK
is an American political analyst, historian, journalist and columnist for salon.com.

DAWN LERMAN
focuses on the field of consumer behavior with particular emphasis on consumer language processing.

CHRISTIAN MADSBJERG
writes, teaches, and speaks about the kinds of methods and reasoning needed for fact-based investigations of human activity, emotions, and decision-making processes…

KATE CRAWFORD
focuses on social change and media technologies, particularly on the intersection of humans, mobile devices, and social networks.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR POSITIVE MARKETING

The Center for Positive Marketing at Fordham University Lincoln Center is dedicated to upholding marketing as a force for satisfying the interdependent needs of organizational stakeholders, individual citizens, and society at large. The Center recognizes the value exchange relationship between consumers and marketers, and encourages leveraging this relationship for mutual benefit. Learn more!

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

We encourage submissions that frame the scope of value or values generated in methodological, theoretical, and business challenges, and the opportunities offered in empirical studies. Learn more!

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