Dr Ratna Khanijou

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Personal profile

Ratna's interests are in the area of collective consumption, routines and materialisation of identities. Her PhD focused on how a new collective consumption routine is born and how such routines play a role in collective identity emergence. She conceptualised the phenomena through analysing the shared meal practices of newly cohabited couples. Her theoretical stance lies in analysing consumption from a practice-based perspective, thus including the role of competences, material objects and space in such routine negotiations and formations. Her methodological strengths lies in ethnography and in-depth understandings of meanings and experiences in daily life.


Markets and Consumption - Year 1, Fall 2016-2017, 2017-2018

Consumer Behaviour - Year 3, Spring 2016-2017

Marketing Ethics & Society - Year 3, Spring 2016-2017

Global Marketing - Year 3, Spring 2017-2018


Educational background

BSc. Food Science and Technology, Mahidol University International College, Thailand
MSc. International Management, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

Other work

Brilliant Club Philosophy Tutor - Summer 2018


Associate Fellow at the Higher Education Academy - November 2016

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