- Scientific publications
Biography Cheryl Marie Cordeiro
I am Market Scientist at the Department of Marketing Research. My academic background is in applied linguistics. My research output has mostly been the result of industry-university collaborations where I study human socio-cognition and behaviour in the acceptance and use of emerging product-services. I have a doctoral degree in applied linguistics from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, where I studied the Scandinavian/Swedish management style in the working context of Asia/Singapore. I also have two separate masters degrees, in English Language obtained from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and in Information Studies from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. My research interests include (i) research methodology and design, (ii) applied linguistics in international business studies, and (iii) cross-cultural organization and management strategies.ResearcherID: P-4552-2016
Scopus Author ID: 55319861700
Cheryl Marie has 15 scientific publications in Cristin:
Bröhner, Jan; Bulander, Rebecca; Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie; Hyytinen, Kirsi; Kölmel, Bernhard; Richter, Alexander; Ruutu, Sampsa; Schoblik, Johanna; Toivonen, Marja; Windrum, Paul; 2018: Manifestation of Intent in product-service systems: A study of a type of sensing in collaborative robots
Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie; 2018: Using systemic functional linguistics as method in identifying semogenic strategies in intercultural communication: A study of the collocation of “time” and “different” by Swedish managers with international management experiences
Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie; 2018: Which User of technology? Perspectivising the UTAUT model by application of the SFL language Pronoun System towards a systems perspective of technology acceptance and use
Lindström, Nataliya Berbyuk; Cordeiro, Cheryl Marie; 2018: Framing of national image in a climate of socio-political uncertainty: A study of IKEA and Volvo Car Corporation in Swedish and Russian news media
1. September 2017 – 31. August 2021
In this project, we work to improve food safety and deter food fraud within the EU and China.
1. January 2019 – 31. January 2019
What opportunities and challenges does e-commerce present for Norwegian seafood businesses, and what requirements apply for products sold online?