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Biographie

Alican Mecit is a Ph.D. candidate at HEC Paris. His research focuses on the line between humans and nonhumans and the transgressions concerning this separation. He particularly focuses on (1) the effect of pronoun categories on consumers' tendency to anthropomorphize and the nature of their interactions with consumption objects, (2) the dehumanizing consequences of interacting with humanized technological gadgets, (3) the effect of anthropomorphizing time on individuals' self-speed perceptions as well as their impulsivity and accuracy in decision-making, and finally (4) the emergence of consumers' resistance to commodification of animals from a sociohistorical perspective using archival sources.

?Prior to entering the Ph.D. program, Alican received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Research Master’s degree in Management (Marketing specialization), both from Bogazici University. He also had industry experience in the leadership prorgram at General Electric Co.. 

He speaks English, Turkish, and French.

Actes de conférence

Alternative Worldviews on Human – Nonhuman Relations: The Turkish Case

2018 Association for Consumer Research conference , 2018 , Dallas, Texas (T. LOWREY)

Linguistic Antecedents of Anthropomorphism

2018 Association for Consumer Research conference , 2018 , Dallas, Texas (T. LOWREY, L. SHRUM)

Linguistic antecedents of anthropomorphism: Cultural differences in attributing humanlike states to non-human agents

Society for Consumer Psychology , 2018 , Dallas, TX (L. SHRUM, T. LOWREY)

You run when time flies: Time metaphors affect inferences from the speed of time

SIM Doctoral & Research Colloquium , 2018 , Florence (L.J. SHRUM, Tina M. LOWREY)

Actes de conférence

Alternative Worldviews on Human – Nonhuman Relations: The Turkish Case

2018 Association for Consumer Research conference , 2018 , Dallas, Texas (T. LOWREY)

Linguistic Antecedents of Anthropomorphism

2018 Association for Consumer Research conference , 2018 , Dallas, Texas (T. LOWREY, L. SHRUM)

Linguistic antecedents of anthropomorphism: Cultural differences in attributing humanlike states to non-human agents

Society for Consumer Psychology , 2018 , Dallas, TX (L. SHRUM, T. LOWREY)

You run when time flies: Time metaphors affect inferences from the speed of time

SIM Doctoral & Research Colloquium , 2018 , Florence (L.J. SHRUM, Tina M. LOWREY)

Formation

  • Master, Sciences de Gestion, Marketing, Bogazici University - Turquie
  • Bachelor of Arts, Sciences de Gestion, Management, Bogazici University - Turquie

Nominations académiques

Responsabilités académiques à HEC

  • 2016- GREGHEC HEC Paris
  • 2016- Doctorant, Marketing HEC Paris