Gender and Consumption: Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life

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Lydia Martens, Emma Casey
Routledge, 15. 4. 2016 - Počet stran: 256
Drawing upon anthropological, sociological and historical perspectives, this volume provides a unique insight into women’s domestic consumption. The contributors argue that domestic consumption represents an important lens through which to examine the everyday production and reproduction of socio-economic relations. Through a variety of case studies (such as gambling, wedding day consumption and bedroom décor), the essays explore and reconsider the nature of public and private spaces, and the subsequent nature of domestic space - often by challenging traditional notions of what constitutes ’the domestic’. The volume demonstrates the broad range of experiences that domestic consumption offers women and reveals some of the complex meanings and motivations underpinning women’s consumption practices.
 

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List of Figures
Class Gender and Domestic Consumption in Britain 19201950
Julia Child Betty Friedan
Gender and the Destalinisation of Consumer Taste in the Soviet
Mothering Commerce and the Culture
Perceptions of Commercialised Social Introduction Services
The Lived
Working Class Mothers
Gender Class Emotional Capital and Consumption in Family
Everyday Laundry
Towards an Understanding
Décor Differences Between Boys and Girls
Gender Consumer Culture and Promises of Betterment
Index

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Emma Casey is Senior Lecturer in Sociology in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University, UK. Lydia Martens is Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Criminology, Education, Sociology and Social Work, Keele University, UK.

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