TOC: J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 17(3)

The omnivore’s neighborhood? Online restaurant reviews, race, and gentrification
Sharon Zukin, Scarlett Lindeman, and Laurie Hurson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reimagining omnivorousness in the context of place
David Cutts and Paul Widdop [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

From consumer to construer: Travels in human subjectivity
A. Fuat Firat and Nikhilesh Dholakia [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Branded fitness: Exercise and promotional culture
Devon Powers and DM Greenwell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Creating value, consuming Bologna: The case of DegustiBo
Roberta Sassatelli and Elisa A. G. Arfini [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Media imperialism beyond the Anglo-Saxon axis, or negotiated hybridity? Neo-Orientalist telenovelas and transnational business in Brazilian television
Nahuel Ribke [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Capturing the consumption of distance? A practice-theoretical investigation of everyday travel
Barbara Heisserer and Henrike Rau [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Discordant fandom and global football brands: ‘Let the people sing’
Paul Hewer, Martin Gannon, and Renzo Cordina [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Video games and the crowdfunding ideology: From the gamer-buyer to the prosumer-investor
Antonio José Planells [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

No cultural revolution? Continuity and change in consumption patterns in contemporary China
Weiwei Zhang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Personal collections as material assemblages: A comparison of wardrobes and music collections
Sophie Woodward and Alinka Greasley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Shopping with violence: Black Friday sales in the British context
Oliver Smith and Thomas Raymen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Groundhog day? Nietzsche, Deleuze and the eternal return of prosumption in lifelong learning
Christian Beighton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Aca-fans and fan communities: An operative framework
Cécile Cristofari and Matthieu J. Guitton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Citizen-consumer revisited: The cultural meanings of organic food consumption in Israel
Rafi Grosglik [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

(In)authenticity work: Constructing the realm of inauthenticity through Thomas Kinkade
Amanda Koontz Anthony and Amit Joshi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Grooving in the ludic foodscape: Bridled revelry in collegiate tailgating
Tonya Williams Bradford and John F. Sherry, Jr [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Women’s changing responsibilities and pleasures as consumers: An analysis of alcohol-related advertisements in Finnish, Italian, and Swedish women’s magazines from the 1960s to the 2000s
Jukka Törrönen and Sara Rolando [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Disrupting household food consumption through experimental HomeLabs: Outcomes, connections, contexts
Laura Devaney and Anna R. Davies [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Insights and directions for sociological approaches to saving: The case of a Financial Education Programme for children in Portugal
Raquel Barbosa Ribeiro and Isabel Soares [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Elite and ethical: The defensive distinctions of middle-class bicycling in Bangalore, India
Manisha Anantharaman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

No longer raising eyebrows: The contexts and domestication of Botox as a mundane medical and cultural artefact
Peta S. Cook and Angela Dwyer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The hunting industry: Exploring the marriage of consumerism, sport hunting, and commercial entertainment
Lee McGuigan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book reviews

Marc Steinberg, Anime’s Media Mix: Franchising Toys and Characters in Japan
Matthew J. Rippon [Publisher]

Clive Barnett, Paul Cloke, Nick Clarke, Alice Malpass, Globalizing Responsibility: The Political Rationalities of Ethical Consumption
Daniel Welch [Publisher]

Cristina Giorcelli and Paula Rabinowitz (eds), Exchanging Clothes: Habits of Being II
Emma Waight [Publisher]

John Potvin, Giorgio Armani: Empire of the Senses
Priya Vadi [Publisher]

Martin Hand, Ubiquitous Photography
Linda Naughton [Publisher]