J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 22(1)


The real digital househusbands of China: The alienable affects of China’s male ‘virtual lovers’
Chris K. K. Tan and Zhiwei Xu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘More, bigger, better’ household appliances: Contesting normativity in practices through emotions
Marlyne Sahakian [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The knowing mother: Maternal knowledge and the reinforcement of the feminine consuming subject in magazine advertisements
Teresa Davis, Margaret K. Hogg, David Marshall, Alan Petersen, and Tanja Schneider [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of nostalgia in retro sewing
Charity S. Armstead and Ellen McKinney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Branding, culture, and political ideology: Spanish patriotism as the identity myth of an iconic brand
Antonio Pineda, Paloma Sanz-Marcos, and María-Teresa Gordillo-Rodríguez [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Ethical eating as experienced by consumers and producers: When good food meets good farmers
Michael Carolan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The changing meaning of millets: Organic shops and distinctive consumption practices in Bengaluru, India
Mirka Erler, Markus Keck, and Christoph Dittrich [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

All practices are shared, but some more than others: Sharedness of social practices and time-use in food consumption
Marie Plessz and Stefan Wahlen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Symbolic vibration: A meaning-based framework for the study of vibrator consumption
Cornelia Mayr [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Meanings and attitudes regarding education and household spending priorities of the new middle-class families in Brazil
Murilo Carrazedo Costa Filho and Angela Cavalcanti Rocha [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Becoming hegemony: The case for the (Italian) animal advocacy and veganwashing operations
Niccolo Bertuzzi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Towards a circular economy in food consumption: Food waste reduction practices as ethical work
Taru Lehtokunnas, Malla Mattila, Elina Närvänen, and Nina Mesiranta [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Lessons from science fiction: Frederik Pohl and the robot prosumer
MJ Ryder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer movements, brand activism, and the participatory politics of media: A conversation
Robert V Kozinets and Henry Jenkins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Review

Frank Trentmann, Empire of things: How we became a world of consumers, from the fifteenth century to the twenty-first
Jan Pedersen [Publisher]