J Con Cult


Journal of Consumer Culture, 22(4)


A short ethnography of twenty-first century consumers: On retail rage and one-dimensionality
Kevin P. Bingham [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bingo, gender and the moral order of the household: Everyday gambling in a migrant community
John Cox, Kathleen Maltzahn, Helen Lee, Mary Whiteside, and Sarah Maclean [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Periphery fandom: Contrasting fans’ productive experiences across the globe
Vlada Botorić [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The conflict market: Polarizing consumer culture(s) in counter-democracy
Sofia Ulver [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Got to be real: An investigation into the co-fabrication of authenticity by fashion companies and digital influencers
Mariachiara Colucci and Marco Pedroni [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Malls, modernity and consumption: Shopping malls as new projectors of modernity in Accra, Ghana
Alexander K Eduful and Michael Eduful [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

No place like home? Producing and consuming eldercare design
Claire Nicholas, Mary Alice Casto, Alyssa Smith, and Katie Francisco [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“Inspiring” and configuring consumer experience in times of crisis: An analysis of the discursive practices of an Athenian shopping mall’s promotional system
Dimitris Lallas and Yorgos Drosos [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Limited, considered and sustainable consumption: The (non)consumption practices of UK minimalists
Amber Martin-Woodhead [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The wall unit: State policy and the emergence of fashion in People’s Poland
Joanna Zalewska and Marcin Jewdokimow [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Locking-down instituted practices: Understanding sustainability in the context of ‘domestic’ consumption in the remaking
Torik Holmes, Carolynne Lord, and Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Addictive Consumption: Capitalism, Modernity and Excess
Andrei Zanescu [Publisher]

Glitterworlds: The Future Politics of a Ubiquitous Thing
Mehita Iqani [Publisher]

The Age of Fitness: How the Body Came to Symbolize Success and Achievement
Hallie Chu [Publisher]