TOC: J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 14(1)

Prosumption: Evolution, revolution, or eternal return of the same?
George Ritzer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Making practice theory practicable: Towards more sustainable forms of consumption
Marlyne Sahakian and Harold Wilhite [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Conflicting values of ethical consumption in diverse worlds ? A cultural approach
Maria Grazia Pecoraro and Outi Uusitalo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A socio-marketing analysis of the concept of cute and its consumer culture implications
Elad Granot, Thomas Brashear Alejandro, and La Toya M. Russell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Maternal visibility at the commodity frontier: Weaving love into birthday party consumption
Laura Jennings and Jan Brace-Govan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

From homemade to store bought: Annoying Orange and the professionalization of YouTube
Joanne Morreale [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Banet-Weiser, S. (2012). Authentic? the Politics of Ambivalence in a Brand Culture
Catherine Wilkinson [Publisher]

Cveticanin, Predrag (ed.) (2012), Social and Cultural Capital in Serbia. Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe.
Irmak Karademir Hazir [Publisher]

Mick, D, Pettigrew, S, Pechmann, C and Ozanne, J (eds) (2012), Transformative Consumer Research for Personal and Collective Well-Being
Martin Parker [Publisher]