- Consumer boycotts are ineffective, yet still successful. // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 13 Issue 73, p27
Focuses on the results of a report by `Mother Jones' magazine showing that consumer boycotts are less effective through the dent they cause in sales than in public image.
- Boycotts of companies grow as a protest tool. Coolidge, Shelley Donald // Christian Science Monitor;11/15/96, Vol. 88 Issue 246, p1
Examines the use of corporate boycotts in the United States. Reasons for corporate boycotts; Effectiveness of corporate boycotts; Comments from Alisa Gravitz, executive director of Co-op America; Aim of most corporate boycotts.
- Boycott power. Rodkin, D. // Mother Jones;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p18
Investigates the use of boycotts by organizations, through combined consumer power. Currently there are about 250 national, regional, and community consumer boycotts by organizations such as ACT UP, INFACT, and the American Family Association; Reasons behind current boycotts; Companies being...
- Anatomy of a successful black boycott. Lloyd, Fonda Marie; Lowery, Mark // Black Enterprise;Jan1995, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p17
Announces that disenfranchised residents near Battleboro, N.C., are boycotting local white-owned businesses to oppose what they call harassment by police and taxation without representation. When the boycott started; Why the boycott is working.
- The politics of commerce. // Management Today;Oct95, p12
Focuses on the impact consumer boycotts on industry. Shell's cancellation of its plan to dispose its Brent Spar platform in the North Atlantic ocean due top consumer pressure; Boycott of French products in protest of the French government's nuclear test program; Consumer boycotts as a temporary...
- Mideast boycott tradition alive and well. Motro, Helen Schary // Christian Science Monitor;10/20/99, Vol. 91 Issue 227, p11
Opinion. Asserts that the use of boycotts is still a viable and powerful weapon in politics, in light of their 1999 use in the Middle East.
- Environmental boycotts. // Environmental Action;Summer94, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p37
Reports on boycotts supported by environmental groups in the United States as of June, 1994. Beef; Walnuts; Chevron gasoline stations; Gold; Contact information.
- `I'm not going to ride the bus.' Thornton, Jeannye // U.S. News & World Report;12/11/95, Vol. 119 Issue 23, p52
Focuses on the bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955 that made Rosa Parks a heroine and Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. a star of a national movement. Profiles of several ordinary people who made the boycott extraordinary including Jo Ann Gibson Robinson, Hattie Loftin and Rufus Lewis.
- Afghanistan: UN, European delegates harassed. // Off Our Backs;Jan98, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p3
States a meeting with Afghanistan officials was boycotted by the three United Nations officials. Who the United Nations (UN) delegates were representing; Reason for the meeting; Actions which resulted after the meeting.
- Just Sayin'. Henry, Kathleen // Bay Windows;8/9/2012, Vol. 30 Issue 35, p4
The article discusses the implications of the terminology "boycott" in the LGBT community in the U.S.