Half Title Page.
List of Figures and Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Sociology of Consumption.
2: The Emergence of Contemporary Consumer Culture.
3: The Systems of Provision Approach to Understanding Consumption1.
4: The Making of the Consumer: Historical and Sociological Perspectives.
5: Consumption, Class and Taste.
Geographies of Consumer Culture.
6: Debunking the Myths of Global Consumer Culture Literature.
7: Consumer Culture in Socialist Russia.
8: New Urbanism, Post-nationalism and Consumerist Modernity in India.
9: Consumption and Consumer Rights in Contemporary China.
10: Spaces of (Consumer) Resistance.
Consumer Culture Studies in Marketing.
11: Consumer Culture Theory: A Front-row Seat at the Sidelines.
12: Consumer Identity Projects.
13: Re-presenting, Reinvigorating and Reconciling: Gift-giving Research within and beyond the CCT Paradigm.
14: Prosumption Tribes: How Consumers Collectively Rework Brands, Products, Services and Markets.
15: Contesting Understandings of Contestation: Rethinking Perspectives on Activism.
Consumer Culture in Media and Cultural Studies.
16: Consumer Culture and the Media.
17: Body Projects: Fashion, Aesthetic Modifications and Stylized Selves.
18: Who Takes the First Bite? A Critical Overview of Gender Representations in Food Advertising.
19: Biopolitical Marketing and Technologies of Enclosure.
Material Cultures of Consumption.
20: The Materiality of Consumer Culture.
21: Subject/Object Relations and Consumer Culture.
22: Another Consumer Culture Theory. An ANT Look at Consumption, or How ‘Marketthings’ Help ‘Cultivate’ Consumers.
23: Objects: From Signs to Design.
24: The War on Cash1.
The Politics of Consumer Culture.
25: Consumer-Citizens: Markets, Marketing and the Making of ‘Choice’.
26: Are You Neoliberal Fit? The Politics of Consumption under Neoliberalism.
27: Sustainable Consumption, Consumer Culture and the Politics of a Megatrend.
28: Buying into the Nation: The Politics of Consumption and Nationalism.
29: The Politics of Consumption.