TOC: J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 17(1)

Producing place atmospheres digitally: Architecture, digital visualisation practices and the experience economy
Monica Degen, Clare Melhuish, Gillian Rose [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Ways of preferring: Distinction through the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of cultural consumption
Stijn Daenekindt, Henk Roose [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“How many slaves work for you?” Race, new media, and neoliberal consumer activism
Allison Page [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The transformation of tequila: From hangover to highbrow
Marie Sarita Gaytán [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘It makes you go crazy’: Children’s knowledge and experience of alcohol consumption
Mark Jayne, Gill Valentine [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A new class for a new South Africa? The discursive construction of the ‘Black middle class’ in post-Apartheid media
Mehita Iqani [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Household consumption and environmental change: Rethinking the policy problem through narratives of food practice
Jessica Paddock [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Lisa Ann Richey and Stefano Ponte, Brand Aid: Shopping Well to Save the World
David Storey [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Dianne Harris, Little White Houses: How the Postwar Home Constructed Race in America
Stephen Boatright [Publisher] [Google Scholar]