TOC: J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 13(2)

Introduction: Specifying mothers/motherhoods
Daniel Thomas Cook, Guest Edit [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Motherhood in utero: Consuming away anxiety
Eleni Theodorou and Spyros Spyrou [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Feeding the ‘organic child’: Mothering through ethical consumption
Kate Cairns, Josee Johnston, and Norah MacKendrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of maternity dress consumption in shaping the self and identity during the liminal transition of pregnancy
Jennifer Paff Ogle, Keila E. Tyner, and Sherry Schofield-Tomschin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘Creepy,’ ‘freaky,’ and ‘strange’: How the ‘uncanny’ can illuminate the experience of single mothers by choice and lesbian couples who buy ‘dad’
Linda L. Layne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Showtime’s ‘female problem’: Cancer, quality and motherhood
Lara Bradshaw [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Maternal consumption: A view from the past
Clare Rose [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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