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The social psychology of material possessions : to have is to be

Author: Helga Dittmar
Publisher: Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire : Harvester Wheatsheaf ; New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, 1992.
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Individual ownership of material possessions is deeply rooted in Western culture, yet psychology has tended either to overlook its role entirely or to be concerned only with the functions it fulfils intra-individually and interpersonally. This book addresses the sorely neglected subject of the social psychological meanings and functions of possessions and property. Their significance is examined in reviews of  Read more...
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Dittmar, Helga.
Social psychology of material possessions.
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire : Harvester Wheatsheaf ; New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, 1992
(OCoLC)764532769
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helga Dittmar
ISBN: 0745009557 9780745009551 0745009565 9780745009568 0312085389 9780312085384
OCLC Number: 25674838
Description: xi, 250 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. To have is to be: is that the question? --
2. Biological accounts of possessions and property: The 'acquisitive instinct' past and present --
3. The individual-centred approach: Material possessions as parts of the extended self --
4. A social constructionist perspective: Possessions as material symbols of identity --
5. Possessions as symbolic expressions of identity --
6. Material possessions as reflections of identity: Gender, social-material status and social groups --
7. Fine feathers make fine birds: The impact of material context on perceived identity --
8. The current Western conception of identity: The materialism-idealism paradox.
Responsibility: Helga Dittmar.

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Studies the role of individual ownership of material possessions. This book proposes that the meaning of material possessions are socially constituted and shared, and seen as symbols of identity  Read more...

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