• Murray, Jeff B. and Julie L. Ozanne (2009), “The Critical Participant,” invited paper for the special issue of the Journal of Marketing Management: Expanding Disciplinary Space on the Potential of Critical Marketing, special editors, Douglas Brownlie, Paul Hewer, and Mark Tadajewski, Vol. 25, Issue 7-8, 635-642.
  • Cherrier, Hélène and Jeff B. Murray (2007), “Reflexive Dispossession and the Self: Constructing a Processual Theory of Identity,” Consumption, Markets and Culture, Vol. 10, Issue 1, 1-29.
  • Murray, Jeff B. and Julie L. Ozanne (2006), “Rethinking the Critical Imagination,” in Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Marketing, ed. Russell W. Belk, London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers, 46-55.
  • Velliquette, Anne M., Jeff B. Murray, and Deborah J. Evers (2006), “Inscribing the Personal Myth: The Role of Tattoos in Identification,” in Research in Consumer Behavior, Vol. 10, ed. Russell W. Belk, Oxford, U.K.: Elsevier Science Ltd., 35-70.
  • Cherrier, Hélène and Jeff B. Murray (2004), “The Sociology of Consumption: The Hidden Facet of Marketing,” Journal of Marketing Management, 20 (July), 509-526.
  • Murray, Jeff B. (2002), “The Politics of Consumption: A Re-Inquiry on Thompson and Haytko’s (1997) ‘Speaking of Fashion’,” Journal of Consumer Research, 29 (December), 427-440.
  • Janda, Swinder, Jeff B. Murray, and Scot Burton (2002), “Manufacturer – Supplier Relationships: An Empirical Test of a Model of Buyer Outcomes,” Industrial Marketing Management, 31 (2), 1-10.
  • Velliquette, Anne M. and Jeff B. Murray (1999), “The New Tattoo Subculture,” in Mapping the Social Landscape: Readings in Sociology, ed. Susan J. Ferguson, Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company, 56-68.
  • Murray, Jeff B. and Julie L. Ozanne (1997), “A Critical-Emancipatory Sociology of Knowledge: Reflections on the Social Construction of Consumer Research,” in Research in Consumer Behavior, Vol. 8, ed. Russell W. Belk, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 57-92.
  • Ozanne, Julie L. and Jeff B. Murray (1995), “Uniting Critical Theory and Public Policy to Create the Reflexively Defiant Consumer,” American Behavioral Scientist, 38 (February), 516-525.  This article was reprinted in Hill, Ronald Paul (1996), Marketing and Consumer Research in the Public Interest, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 3-16.
  • Murray, Jeff B., Deborah J. Evers, and Swinder Janda (1995), “Marketing, Theory Borrowing, and Critical Reflection,” Journal of Macromarketing, 15 (Fall), 92-106.
  • Claxton, Reid P., Jeff B. Murray, and Swinder Janda (1995), “Spouses’ Materialism: Effects of Parenthood Status, Personality Type, and Sex,” Journal of Consumer Policy, 18 (2), 267-291.
  • Murray, Jeff B., Julie L. Ozanne, and Jon M. Shapiro (1994), “Revitalizing the Critical Imagination: Unleashing the Crouched Tiger,” Journal of Consumer Research, 21 (December), 559-565.
  • Ozanne, Julie L. and Jeff B. Murray (1994), “An Experiential Approach for Developing Conceptual Skills in Marketing Doctoral Students,” Marketing Education Review, 4 (3), 28-33.
  • Murray, Jeff B. and John T. Mentzer (1993), “The Critical Source of Uncertainty and the Dominant Sentiments of Marketing Channel Dyads,” Journal of Marketing Channels, 3 (2), 1-40.
  • Murray, Jeff B. and Julie L. Ozanne (1991), “The Critical Imagination: Emancipatory Interests in Consumer Research,” Journal of Consumer Research, 18 (September), 129-144.