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Jan Breitsohl

  • PHD
  • Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer)
  • University of Kent
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Recent publications

  • Consumer Brand Bullying Behaviour in Online Communities of Service Firms

    • Breitsohl J
    • Roschk H
    • Feyertag C
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  • Corporate conflict management on social media brand fan pages

    • Dineva D
    • Breitsohl J
    • Garrod B
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Professional experience

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer)

University of Kent

June 2017 - Present

Lecturer in Communication Psychology & Online Marketing

Aberystwyth University

November 2012 - Present

Lecturer in E-marketing

Bangor University

January 2012 - June 2012(5 months)

Research assistant

Bangor University

September 2009 - December 2011(2 years)

Industrial Business Manager

Oventrop GmbH

September 2002 - October 2005(3 years)

Civilian Service

Klinik am Stein

September 2001 - August 2002(a year)

Education

Phd Marketing Psychology

Bangor University

September 2009 - June 2013(4 years)

MA Business & Consumer Psychology

Bangor University

September 2008 - September 2009(a year)

BScEcon Business & Management

Aberystwyth University

September 2005 - September 2008(3 years)

About

Jan Breitsohl was born in Bückeburg, Germany, in 1983. After 3 years in industry where he gained a diploma as Industrial Business Manager, Jan moved to the UK to pursue an academic career. He received a BScEcon in Business & Management from Aberystwyth University and a Masters with distinction in Consumer Psychology from Bangor University. His thesis focused on comparing brand images with self-images in the outdoor industry and his results were presented at international conferences. From 2009-2012 Jan did his Phd in marketing psychology which focused on complaint communication psychology. Since 2012 Jan has held lectureship positions in Marketing (E-marketing, Marketing Psychology) in Bangor and Aberystwyth University. He has conducted several experimental online surveys, established a research network with major national and international online retailers and acquired expertise in both statistical (SPSS, Mplus, Structural Equation Modelling) and conceptual (Mendeley, Sciplore, Qualtrics) research tools and techniques. In the future, Jan aims to publish his research in topacademic journals and pursue his career in academia. Jan’s personal interests resolve around Philosophy, Sports, Human Communication, Poetry and Depth.

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