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The Shopping Experience

The Shopping Experience

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August 1997 | 224 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This shrewd and probing book seeks to theorize shopping as an autonomous realm. It avoids the reductionist characteristics of economics and marketing. At the same time it avoids the moralizing tone of many contemporary discussions of shopping and consumption. It also contains an appendix which gives a brief history and selected literature of shopping.
Colin Campbell and Pasi Falk
Mary Douglas
In Defence of Shopping
Daniel Miller
Could Shopping Ever Really Matter?
Mica Nava
Modernity's Disavowal
Women, the City and the Department Store

Rachel Bowlby
Supermarket Futures
Cecilia Fredriksson
The Making of a Swedish Department Store Culture
Turo-Kimmo Lehtonen and Pasi M[um]aenp[um]a[um]a
Shopping in the East Centre Mall
Colin Campbell and Paul Hewer
Shopping, Pleasure and the Sex War
Pasi Falk
The Scopic Regimes of Shopping
Paul Hewer and Colin Campbell
Appendix: Research on Shopping
A Brief History and Selected Literature


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