6 edition of Consumer Culture and Postmodernism (Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society) found in the catalog.
August 10, 2007 by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English
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Postmodernism is a broad movement that developed in the mid-to-late 20th century across philosophy, the arts, architecture, and criticism, marking a departure from term has been more generally applied to describe a historical era said to follow after modernity and the tendencies of this era.. Postmodernism is generally defined by an attitude of skepticism, irony, or rejection.
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The First Edition of this contemporary classic can claim to have put consumer culture on the map, certainly in relation to d throughout, this expanded new edition includes a fully revised preface that explores the developments in consumer culture since the First the most noteworthy areas discussed are the effect of global warming on consumption, the rise 5(2).
Mike Featherstone explores the roots of consumer culture, how it is defined and differentiated and the extent to which it represents the arrival of a postmodern' world.
He examines the theories of consumption and postmodernism among contemporary social theorists such as Bourdieu, Baudrillard, Lyotard and Jameson and relates these to the actual ISBN: an update on postmodernism and the development of contemporary theory after postmodernism; an account of multiple and alternative modernities; the challenges of consumer culture in Japan and China.
The result is a book that shakes the boundaries of debate, from one of the foremost writers Consumer Culture and Postmodernism book culture and postmodernism of the present day. 55(1). Get this from a library. Consumer culture and postmodernism. [Mike Featherstone] -- Analyzing the theories of consumption and post-modernism amongst social theorists such as Bourdieu and Jameson, this study relates their thought to the actual nature of contemporary consumer culture.
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Emovwodo, L. Andriamalala, B. Rizki, K. Suwito. Consumer Culture and Postmodernism Prasidh Raj SINGH1 2 Abstract: Postmodernism is a variety of meanings and definitions, is used to refer to many aspects of social life from musical forms and styles, literature and fine art through to philosophy, history and especially the mass media and consumer culture.
Post modernism is a. Postmodernism and Consumer Society1 FREDRIC JAMESON The concept of postmodernism is not widely accepted or even understood today. Some of the resistance to it may come from the unfamiliarity of the works it covers, which can be found in all the arts: the poetry of John Ashbery, for instance, but also the much simpler talk poetry that carat.
Advances in Consumer Research Vol Pages THE CONSUMER IN POSTMODERNITY. Fuat Firat, Arizona State University West. ABSTRACT - Postmodern culture, which seems to be dominating advanced capitalist societies of the West, produces several major conditions which are difficult to understand and represent using modernist categories.
Postmodernism is fundamentally an urban concept, it is legitimised by the media and consumer culture, which are also in effect byproducts of the urban lifestyle.
77 Postmodern elements can be traced in architecture, art, and consumer behavior. Postmodernism is a era without a dominant ideology but with a pluralism of styles. Social and technical changes create four dominant postmodern conditions related to fragmentation of markets and experiences, hyperreality of products and services, value realization.
'It is great to see the re-publication of the classic Consumer Culture and Postmodernism. The extensive new material is erudite, informative and important, particularly locating consumer culture in the context of global climate change and postmodernism within a framing that seriously displaces the 'west' from centre-stage' - John Urry, Lancaster University The first edition of.
Using postmodern social theory, this book expands our understanding of sport, the body, and the broader physical culture. This book provides critical insight into the questions of race, gender, sexuality, and locality in sport and society.
and new perspectives on sport and physical culture, consumer culture, and postmodern geography. SAGE Books - Consumer Culture and Consumer Culture and Postmodernism book.
Summary. Contents. Subject index. Implicit within claims that society itself is in some sense postmodern is an argument about the priority of consumption as a determinant of everyday life. In this view, mass media advertising and market dynamics lead to a constant search for new fashions, new.
The First Edition of this contemporary classic can claim to have put consumer culture on the map, certainly in relation to postmodernism.
Updated throughout, this expanded new edition. Mike Featherstone explores the roots of consumer culture, how it is defined and differentiated and the extent to which it represents the arrival of a postmodern' world.
He examines the theories of consumption and postmodernism among contemporary social theorists such as Bourdieu, Baudrillard, Lyotard and Jameson and relates these to the actual. By juxtaposing postmodernism with postsocialism and by analyzing China as a producer and not merely a consumer of the culture of the postmodern, it will contribute to critical discourses on globalism, modernity, and political economics, as well as to cultural and Asian studies.
Contributors. consumer culture in which the image of the product is more significant that the product itself. Some attention has also been devoted to European postmodernism, Jean-François Lyotards concept of the postmodern articulated in his renown book, The Postmodern Condition, in particular, and the merging of high and popular.
The first edition of this contemporary classic can claim to have put 'consumer culture' on the map, certainly in relation to postmodernism. This expanded new edition includes: a fully revised preface that explores the developments in consumer culture since the first edition a major new chapter on 'Modernity and the Cultural Question' an update on postmodernism and the development.
Acknowledgements 'Postmodernism and the Consumer Society' was first published in Postmodernism and Its Discontents: Theories, Practices, ed.
Ann Kaplan (London: Verso, ), and combines elements from 'Postmodernism and the Consumer Society', in The Anti Aesthetic, ed.
Hal Foster (Port Townsend, WA: Bay Press, ) and 'Postmodernism: the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism'. Thus, to avoid conceptual confusion, in this book we shall use the term postmodernity to describe the supposed epoch that follows modernity, and postmodernism to describe movements and artifacts in the cultural field that can be distinguished from modernist movements, texts, and practices.
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Abstract: Postmodernism is a variety of meanings and definitions, is used to refer to many aspects of social life from musical forms and styles, literature and fine art through to philosophy, history and especially the mass media and consumer culture.
Post modernism is a slippery term that is used by writers to refer to several different things. Such trends are directly linked to the exteriority of identity in postmodern consumer culture. The modern sense of self is constructed against a backdrop of interior spaces, feelings, emotions and desires (Elliot, ).
Conversely, the postmodern self of mobile commerce is defined through the externalization of authentic subjectivity. Professor of English at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. His latest books include Rewriting: Postmodern Narrative and Cultural Critique in the Age of Cloning (), Memorious Discourse: Reprise and Representation in Postmodernism (), and the edited collection Postcommunism, Postmodernism, and the Global Imagination ().
building a culture of peace in a consumer society is dependent upon which one, or combination, of the five strands of postmodernism is used to make ones argument.
Then, after briefly describing the character of a consumer society and suggesting that family and consumer sciences. Postmodernism, Or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism. Fredric Jameson. Duke University Press, - Art - pages. 1 Review. Proceedings of a symposium, held as a satellite meeting of the Second World Congress of Neuroscience, at the University of Bremen in August An overview of lesion-induced neural plasticity in such areas as the 55(1).
is imperative that marketing and consumer research disciplines be reevaluated and re-constructed from within, by their principal practitioners.
As Featherstone () ob-seryes in connection with his analysis of con-sumer culture and postmodernism, "[The question is], how is it that the study of con-sumption and culture-both incidentally un. This book provides critical insight into the questions of race, gender, sexuality, and locality in sport and society.
Topics discussed include postmodern sport writing; sport and the postmodern deconstruction of gender and sexuality; virtual sport and the postmodern mediascape; discipline, normalization, rationalization, surveillance, panopticism, and other forms of power used to 55(1).
Catalogue Consumer culture and postmodernism. Consumer culture and postmodernism. Featherstone, Mike. Book. English. Published London: Sage, Rate this 15 25 35 45 55 Available at Kimberlin.
This item is not reservable because: There are no reservable copies for this title. Please contact a member of library staff for further information. Jamesons vision of postmodernism, developed throughout the s, is summed up in his book Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism, where he outlines what he sees as the important formal characteristics of postmodernist art and (more importantly) suggests the ways in which those characteristics relate to larger trends in.
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Buffeted by the twin forces of postmodern cultural shifts and momentous technological developments, the conceptual structure of marketing that had crystallized during the s and s is being strained.
This article analyses the impact of postmodernism and of new information technologies on the conceptual foundations of marketing. Its practically unheard of nowadays to even mention postmodernism in critical writing about design (an exception to this is he below-mentioned book by Rick Poynor), but there are elements that designers use today that show how postmodernism is more of a cultural condition that influences how we interact with consumer culture and how we.
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Argumentation and Advocacy Alcoff, Linda.Postmodernism And Consumer Society. The Postmodernist movement begun after World War II in which, high and low culture are questionable in the view of society and Art.
The postmodernist movement in literature creates a new set of ideals for fiction, such as the metafiction, the fable like representation in novels, the pastiche, irony, and satire.