ITAA2021_CTRJ Award

2021 CTRJ Award 
Top Altmetric Score since publication

awarded by International Textile
and Apparel Association

2021

List of Awards

 

2021

2021 CTRJ Award for Top Altmetric Score since publication

awarded by International Textile and Apparel Association

Ki, C.*, & Ha-Brookshire, J. (2021). Consumer versus corporate moral responsibilities for building a circular fashion: Virtue or accountability?

2021

ITAA 2021 Paper of Distinction Award in the Consumer Behavior track

awarded by International Textile and Apparel Association

2021

ITC Outstanding Teaching Award

awarded by Institute of Textiles & Clothing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

2021

Top Cited Article during 2019 and 2020

awarded by Wiley for the research published in Psychology and Marketing

Ki, C.* & Kim, Y. (2019). The mechanism by which social media influencers persuade consumers: The role of consumers’ desire to mimic.

2020

Top Downloaded Paper during 2018 and 2019

awarded by Wiley for the research published in Psychology and Marketing

Ki, C.* & Kim, Y. (2019). The mechanism by which social media influencers persuade consumers: The role of consumers’ desire to mimic.

2019

Top 10 Most Popular Articles and Free Downloads for July 2019

awarded by Social Behavior and Personality

Cho, E., Ki., C.*, & Kim, Y. (2019). Ethnic-inspired design consumption as a means of enhancing self-view confidence.

2018

Honorable Mention in the Doctoral Dissertation Competition

awarded by Korean Scholars of Marketing Science

Ki, C.* & Kim, Y. (2018). The drivers and impacts of social media influencers: The role of mimicry.

2018

Graduate Student Senate Award for Excellence in Research

University of Tennessee

2017

Best Paper Award in the Apparel, Textiles, and Merchandising topic area in 2016

awarded by Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal

Ki, C. & Kim, Y.* (2016). Sustainable versus conspicuous luxury fashion purchase: Applying self-determination theory.

2017

Top 10 Most Downloaded Articles during 2016

awarded by Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal

Ki, C. & Kim, Y.* (2016). Sustainable versus conspicuous luxury fashion purchase: Applying self-determination theory.

2016

Graduate Student Senate Travel Award

University of Tennessee

2015

Helen Sharp Hakala Scholarship Award

University of Tennessee

2014

Helen Sharp Hakala Scholarship Award

University of Tennessee

2014

ESPN Scholarship Award

University of Tennessee

2014

PK Vision Scholarship Award

Far East Broadcasting Company