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Consumer culture theory

Author: Russell W Belk; John F Sherry, Jr.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Oxford : Elsevier JAI, 2007.
Series: Research in consumer behavior, v. 11.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Drawing on a vast array of research contexts ranging from brand collecting, globalizing food in India, and art consumption to rock festivals, dog shows, and fan fiction, this volume suggests both the breadth and depth encompassed by Consumer Culture Theory (CCT). CCT is a specific interpretive approach to understanding consumer behavior that has crystallized in the past few years out of an evolving stream of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Conference on Consumer Culture Theory (2006 : Notre Dame University).
Consumer culture theory.
Amsterdam ; Oxford : Elsevier JAI, 2007
(OCoLC)81453221
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Russell W Belk; John F Sherry, Jr.
ISBN: 9780080489612 0080489613
OCLC Number: 166140998
Notes: Selected conference papers.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 449 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover --
Copyright page --
Contents --
List of Contributors --
Introduction --
Part 1: Theory/Agency --
Chapter 1. Consumer Culture Theory (and we really mean theoretics): Dilemmas and Opportunities Posed by an Academic Branding Strategy --
Elaborating on CCT --
CCT and the Complexities of Legitimacy --
Conclusion --
Notes --
References --
Chapter 2. Working to Consume the Model Life: Consumer Agency Under Scarcity --
Introduction --
Consumer Agency --
Methodology --
The Field of Fashion Modeling --
Modes of Agency --
Discussion and Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Appendix: List of Informants --
Chapter 3. The Material Semiotics of Consumption or where (and what) are the Objects in Consumer Culture Theory? --
Introduction --
Recovering the Object --
Method --
The Consuming Culture of the Exhibition Afghan Hound --
Progress and Adaptation --
Managing Ambivalence in Afghan Hound Practices: The Coat King --
Conclusion --
Note --
References --
Chapter 4. Service-Dominant Logic and Consumer Culture Theory: Natural Allies in an Emerging Paradigm --
Why an S-D/CCT alliance? --
CCT Foundations for S-D Premises --
Toward a Postconsumer --
Toward a CCT/S-D Friendly Lexicon --
Prospect --
Note --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Part 2: Festivity --
Chapter 5. Postmodern Consumption and the High-Fidelity Audio Microculture --
Introduction --
A Phenomenology of Consumer Values in the High-Fidelity Audio Microculture --
High-Fidelity Audio --
The High-Fidelity Audio Microculture --
Discussion --
References --
Chapter 6. Glocal Rock Festivals as Mirrors into the Future of Culture(S) --
Introduction --
An Ideological Genre: Rock Music --
Method --
Ideologies in Rock Festivals --
Consumption Meanings in the Rock Festivals --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Appendix: Ideologies in the Rock Festivals --
Chapter 7. Comedy of the Commons: Nomadic Spirituality and the Burning Man Festival --
Introduction --
The Festival --
The Greeting --
Before the burn --
The burn --
After the burn --
The Morning after --
The Temple burn --
Staying-While-Leaving --
Founder's Perspective --
Gnostalgia, Monasticism and the Burning Man Network --
Comedy of the Commons --
Nomadic Essence of the burn --
References --
Part 3: Globality --
Chapter 8. Consuming the Dead: Waiting for Blessings in a Javanese Cemetery --
Death, Power and Identity --
Emplacement --
Sensing the World --
Blessing Vigils --
Poetics of place in Java --
Contributions to Consumer Culture Theory --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Chapter 9. A Heavy Burden of Identity: India, Food, Globalization, and Women --
Introduction --
Changing Food Practices Inside and Outside the Home --
Identities in Flux --
Food Globalization and Women's Identities --
Discussion and Preliminary Model --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Chapter 10. Consumption and Class During and after State Socialism --
Literature Review of Transformations --T$104.
Series Title: Research in consumer behavior, v. 11.
Responsibility: edited by Russell W. Belk, John F. Sherry, Jr.

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