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Consumer Culture and Postmodernism 2ed

by M Featherstone & SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
07/2007
ISBN:
9781412910132
Format:
Hbk 232 pages
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+óÔé¼-£It is great to see the re-publication of the classic Consumer Culture and Postmodernism. The extensive new material is erudite, informative and important, particularly locating consumer culture in the context of global climate change and postmodernism within a framing that seriously displaces the 'west' from centre-stage'

Modern and Postmodern
Theories Of Consumer Culture
Towards a Sociology Of Postmodern Culture
Cultural Change and Social Practice
The Aestheticization of Everyday Life
Lifestyle and Consumer Culture
City Cultures and Postmodern Lifestyles
Consumer Culture and Global Disorder
Common Culture or Uncommon Cultures?
The Globalization of Diversity
Modernity and the Cultural Question

Mike Featherstone is Professor of Communications and Sociology at Nottingham Trent University. CONTRIBUTORS OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA : Zygmunt Bauman University of Leeds Henning Bech University of Copenhagen Elizabeth Beck-Gernsheim Universtiy of Erlangen Mary Evans University of Kent at Canterbury David Frisby University of Glasgow Mike Hepworth University of Aberdeen Eva Illouz Tel-Aviv University Maria Esther Maciel Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Michael Richardson SOAS, University of London Laura Rival University of Kent at Canterbury Andrew Travers Somerset Jeffrey Weeks South Bank University Sasha Weitman Tel-Aviv University Sam Whimster London Guildhall University Elizabeth Wilson University of North London Cas Wouters University of Utrecht