Any career is marked by luck, both good and bad, as well as by hard work interspersed by times of uncertainty, fits and starts, and learning from one's mistakes and successes. But beyond these outcomes and actions, I owe an enormous debt to people who have shaped me and made life the challenging and rewarding journey it is. My family of origin and extended family were incredibly supportive in personal and functional ways. So many mentors and teachers influenced what I know and who I am. Many students, colleagues, secretaries, computer and library staff, and group chairs and deans provided the help, inspiration, and friendship guiding my career behind the scenes. My wife, son, and daughter sustained me through times of tears and joy, as did my community of faith. All these relationships were foundational to any contributions I may have made to attitudes, social action, and theory of mind; methodology, statistics, and philosophical foundations of research; sales force, organization, and health behaviors; emotions, ethics, and moral behavior; and marketing and managerial practice. For me, my career contributions are secondary to the relationships within which I was fortunate to engage.
Bagozzi, R.P. (2011), "Reflections on a Scholarly Career: From Inside Out and Back Again", Malhotra, N.K. (Ed.) Review of Marketing Research: Special Issue – Marketing Legends (Review of Marketing Research, Vol. 8), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 1-41. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1548-6435(2011)0000008005Download as .RIS
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