volume 44, issue 1_suppl, P302-312 1997
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1996.tb03446.x
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Abstract: No longer can it be said that consumption is a neglected area of study: the collection of review articles edited by Miller (1995) cite a vast amount of literature on the topic within different social science disciplines-marketing, political economy, geography and psychology, as well as sociology and anthropology. But it also demonstrates that the field of consumption is still widely dispersed and highly fragmented. Disconcertingly, given the extent to which the British social scientific community currently pa…

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