The development of a susceptibility construct for global consumer culture
makes possible the identification of markets where consumers may be more likely to purchase and consume global brands.
Bunker's discussion of department stores best supports his overall argument that Mexico's political and economic elites considered a broad based consumer culture
essential to furthering national development and modernization.
Iskin's work is focused in part on the role of "modern women" in consumer culture
and impressionism, and ber investigation offers a nuanced perspective of late nineteenth-century representations of femininity by displacing the binaristic structure of "male gaze" upon female object.
4] Fight Club bases its social critique on the premise that a feminizing consumer culture
I will then sketch how he and his magazines interacted with various groups of intellectuals and artists during the middle decades of the twentieth century and suggest that this interaction probably shaped the consumer culture
in ways that we have yet to uncover.
While children across divergent race and class backgrounds may want a lot of the same stuff, their relationship to consumer culture
is highly structured by their parents' access to income and cultural capital.
Davis begins in chapter one to explore the relations between consumer culture
and race with various illustrations from the writings of Booker T.
Shopping: A Century of Art and Consumer Culture
(December, 2002-March, 2003) involved the creation of full-scale stores, including American and European supermarkets.
He seeks insight by examining the development of consumer culture
in China and Southeast Asia during the first half of the twentieth century.
How can scholars historicize and analyze consumer culture
without placing too many themes under its broad umbrella?
It emphasizes the capitalist nature of Western culture and how men's bodies have become an integral part of consumer culture
She contends that long before the government of the United States achieved hegemonic influence, American consumer culture
had infiltrated the orderly and hierarchical bourgeois society of early 20th century Europe.