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Culture And Consumption: New Approaches To The Symbolic Character Of Consumer Goods And Activities

Russell Belk, Grant David McCracken
Published 1989 · Economics

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Acknowledgments Introduction Part I. History One. The Making of Modern Consumption Two. "Ever Dearer in Our Thoughts": Patina and the Representation of Status before and after the Eighteenth Century Three. Lois Roget: Curatorial Consumer in a Modern World Part II. Theory Four. Clothing as Language: An Object Lesson in the Study of the Expressive Properties of Material Culture Five. Meaning Manufacture and Movement in the World of Goods Part III. Practice Six. Consumer Goods, Gender Construction, and a Rehabilitated Trickle-down Theory Seven. The Evocative Power of Things: Consumer Goods and the Preservation of Hopes and Ideals Eight. Diderot Unitites and the Diderot Effect: Neglected Cultural Aspects of Consumption Nine. Consumption, Change, and Continuity Notes References Index



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