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The consumer society, edited by Neva R. Goodwin, Frank Ackerman, and David Kiron

Label
The consumer society
Title
The consumer society
Statement of responsibility
edited by Neva R. Goodwin, Frank Ackerman, and David Kiron
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The Consumer Society provides brief summaries of the most important and influential writings on the economic, environmental, ethical, and social implications of a consumer society and consumer lifestyles. It is an essential guide to the field and will interest anyone concerned with the deeper implications of consumerism. It is the second volume in the Frontier Issues in Economic Thought series, which provides surveys of the most significant writings in emergent areas of economics."--Jacket
Member of
Action
digitized
Cataloging source
REDDC
Dewey number
306.3/4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HF5415.33.U6
LC item number
C66 1997eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Goodwin, Neva R
  • Ackerman, Frank
  • Kiron, David
Series statement
Frontier issues in economic thought
Series volume
v. 2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Consumer behavior
  • Consumption (Economics)
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Consumer behavior
  • Consumption (Economics)
  • United States
  • Consumptiemaatschappij
  • Consommation
  • Consommation
  • Consommateurs
Label
The consumer society, edited by Neva R. Goodwin, Frank Ackerman, and David Kiron
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Overview essay
  • Neva R. Goodwin--
  • Asking how much is enough
  • Alan Durning
  • Consumption, well-being, and virtue
  • David A. Crocker
  • The original affluent society
  • Marshall Sahlins
  • The limits to satisfaction : examination
  • William Leiss
  • Authors of original articles
  • Will raising the incomes of all increase the happiness of all?
  • Richard Easterlin
  • The expansion of consumption
  • Allan Schnaiberg
  • New analytic bases for an economic critique of Consumer Society
  • Juliet Schor
  • Consumption : the new wave of research in the humanities and social sciences
  • Colin Campbell
  • pt. 2.
  • Consumption in the affluent society
  • Foreword
  • Overview essay
  • David Kiron
  • Traumas of time and money in prosperity and depression/
  • Gary Cross
  • The insidious cycle of work and spend
  • Juliet Schor
  • Work, consumption, and the joyless consumer
  • Raymond Benton, Jr.
  • The study of consumption, object domains, ideology, and interests
  • Toward a theory of consumption
  • John Kenneth Galbraith
  • Daniel Miller
  • Notes on the relationship between production and consumption
  • Alan Warde
  • The political economy of opulence
  • Harry G. Johnson
  • The increasing scarcity of time
  • Staffan B. Linder
  • Social limits to growth : the commercialization bias
  • Fred Hirsch
  • Changing consumption patterns : the transformation of Orange County since World War II
  • Acknowledgments
  • Alladi Venkatesh
  • Volume introduction
  • Neva R. Goodwin
  • pt. 1.
  • Scope and definition
  • Sitcoms and suburbs : positioning the 1950s homemaker
  • Mary Beth Haralovich
  • Gender as commodity
  • Susan Willis
  • Gender and consumption : transcending the feminine?
  • A. Fuat Firat
  • Meanings of material possessions as reflections of identity
  • Helga Dittmar
  • Friendship or commodities? The road not taken : friendship, consumerism, and happiness
  • Robert E. Lane
  • pt. 3.
  • Playing with culture : toys, TV, and children's culture in the age of marketing
  • Stephen Kline
  • pt. 4.
  • The history of consumer society
  • Overview essay
  • Frank Ackerman
  • The history of consumption : a literature review and consumer guide
  • Grant McCracken
  • Changes in English and Anglo-American consumption from 1550 to 1800
  • Carole Shammas
  • Family, gender, and socialization
  • Pictorial prints and the growth of consumerism : class and cosmopolitanism in early modern culture
  • Chandra Mukerji
  • The Quaker ethic : plain living and high thinking in American culture
  • David E. Shi
  • The consumer revolution of eighteenth-century England
  • Neil McKendrick
  • Consumerism and the Industrial Revolution
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • Overview essay
  • Learning to consume : early department stores and the shaping of the modern consumer culture (1800-1914)
  • Rudi Laermans
  • From salvation to self-realization : advertising and the therapeutic roots of consumer culture
  • T.J. Jackson Lears
  • The consumer's comfort and dream
  • Gary Cross
  • David Kiron
  • and
  • Seymour Bellin
  • The domestic production of monies
  • Viviana Zelizer
  • and
  • Kenneth Lux
  • Capital, labor, and the commodity form
  • Martyn J. Lee
  • Institutional economics and consumption
  • David B. Hamilton
  • Keynes' economic thought and the theory of consumer behavior
  • S.A. Drakopoulos
  • A reformulation of the theory of saving
  • James S. Duesenberry
  • pt. 5.
  • Bandwagon, snob, and Veblen effects in the theory of consumers' demand
  • Harvey Leibenstein
  • The standard of living and the capacity to save
  • Ragnar Nurkse
  • The imperatives of consumer demand and the dependence effect
  • John Kenneth Galbraith
  • pt. 6.
  • Critiques and alternatives in economic theory
  • Overview essay
  • Frank Ackerman
  • Foundations of economic theories of consumption
  • Alternative approaches to consumer behavior
  • Raymond Benton, Jr.
  • The separative self : androcentric bias in neoclassical assumptions
  • Paula England
  • Economics, psychology, and consumer behavior
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • The psychology and economics of motivation
  • Tibor Scitovsky
  • Overview essay
  • The neglected realm of social scarcity
  • Fred Hirsch
  • The demand for unobservable and other nonpositional goods
  • Robert H. Frank
  • Change and innovation in the technology of consumption
  • Kelvin Lancaster
  • Procrastination and obedience
  • George A. Akerlof
  • Frank Ackerman
  • materialism and modern political philosophy
  • Joel Jay Kassiola
  • The history of economics from a humanistic perspective
  • Mark A. Lutz
  • Social comparison, advertising, and consumer discontent
  • Marsha Richins
  • Limits to satisfaction : diagnosis
  • William Leiss
  • Goods as satisfiers
  • William Leiss,
  • Stephen Kline,
  • and
  • Sut Jhally
  • Introduction to fables of abundance
  • pt. 7.
  • T.J. Jackson Lears
  • Advertising
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • The emergence of American television : the formative years
  • Toward a new video order : the 1980s
  • J. Fred MacDonald
  • Television and the structuring of experience
  • Robert Kubey
  • Perpetuating consumer culture : media, advertising, and wants creation
  • and
  • Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  • Theories of consumption in media studies
  • David Morley
  • Household debt problems : toward a micro-macro linkage
  • Samuel Cameron
  • pt. 8.
  • Consumption and the environment
  • Overview essay
  • Jonathan Harris
  • Overview essay
  • The allocation and distribution of resources
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Market and nonmarket determinants of private consumption and their impacts on the environment
  • Mario Cogoy
  • Consumption : value added, physical transformation, and welfare
  • Herman Daly
  • Creating the affluent society
  • Clive Ponting
  • Natural resource consumption
  • World Resources Institute
  • David Kiron
  • The environmental costs of consumption
  • Alan Durning
  • Creating a sustainable materials economy
  • John E. Young
  • and
  • Aaron Sachs
  • The distorted mirror : reflections on the unintended consequences of advertising
  • Richard Pollay
  • Modern consumerism and imaginative hedonism
  • Colin Campbell
  • Positional goods, conspicuous consumption, and the international demonstration effect reconsidered
  • Jeffrey James
  • Advertising in nonaffluent societies : Galbraith revisited
  • Jeffrey James
  • and
  • Stephen Lister
  • The culture-ideology of consumerism in the Third World
  • The culture-ideology of consumerism in urban China
  • Leslie Sklair
  • Transnational advertising : some considerations of the impact on peripheral societies
  • pt. 9.
  • Noreene Janus
  • Transnational corporations and Third World consumption : implications for competitive strategies
  • Rhys Jenkins
  • Gross national consumption in the United States : implications for Third World development
  • Thomas Walz
  • and
  • Edward Canda
  • pt. 10.
  • Visions of an alternative
  • Overview essay
  • Globalization and consumer culture
  • Neva R. Goodwin
  • Economic possibilities for our grandchildren
  • John Maynard Keynes
  • Alternatives to mass consumption
  • Jerome M. Segal
  • Exiting the squirrel cage
  • Juliet Schor
  • How to bring joy into our economics
  • Tibor Scitovsky
  • Qualitative growth
  • Overview essay
  • Fred Block
  • The poverty of affluence : new alternatives
  • Paul Wachtel
  • A culture of permanence
  • Alan Durning
  • Living more simply and civilizational revitalization
  • Duane Elgin
  • Subject index
  • Name index
  • Kevin Gallagher
  • Development and the elimination of poverty
  • Nathan Keyfitz
  • Third World consumer culture
  • Russell W. Belk
Control code
70751866
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxviii, 385 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781597267908
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1049658
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)70751866
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
The consumer society, edited by Neva R. Goodwin, Frank Ackerman, and David Kiron
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Overview essay
  • Neva R. Goodwin--
  • Asking how much is enough
  • Alan Durning
  • Consumption, well-being, and virtue
  • David A. Crocker
  • The original affluent society
  • Marshall Sahlins
  • The limits to satisfaction : examination
  • William Leiss
  • Authors of original articles
  • Will raising the incomes of all increase the happiness of all?
  • Richard Easterlin
  • The expansion of consumption
  • Allan Schnaiberg
  • New analytic bases for an economic critique of Consumer Society
  • Juliet Schor
  • Consumption : the new wave of research in the humanities and social sciences
  • Colin Campbell
  • pt. 2.
  • Consumption in the affluent society
  • Foreword
  • Overview essay
  • David Kiron
  • Traumas of time and money in prosperity and depression/
  • Gary Cross
  • The insidious cycle of work and spend
  • Juliet Schor
  • Work, consumption, and the joyless consumer
  • Raymond Benton, Jr.
  • The study of consumption, object domains, ideology, and interests
  • Toward a theory of consumption
  • John Kenneth Galbraith
  • Daniel Miller
  • Notes on the relationship between production and consumption
  • Alan Warde
  • The political economy of opulence
  • Harry G. Johnson
  • The increasing scarcity of time
  • Staffan B. Linder
  • Social limits to growth : the commercialization bias
  • Fred Hirsch
  • Changing consumption patterns : the transformation of Orange County since World War II
  • Acknowledgments
  • Alladi Venkatesh
  • Volume introduction
  • Neva R. Goodwin
  • pt. 1.
  • Scope and definition
  • Sitcoms and suburbs : positioning the 1950s homemaker
  • Mary Beth Haralovich
  • Gender as commodity
  • Susan Willis
  • Gender and consumption : transcending the feminine?
  • A. Fuat Firat
  • Meanings of material possessions as reflections of identity
  • Helga Dittmar
  • Friendship or commodities? The road not taken : friendship, consumerism, and happiness
  • Robert E. Lane
  • pt. 3.
  • Playing with culture : toys, TV, and children's culture in the age of marketing
  • Stephen Kline
  • pt. 4.
  • The history of consumer society
  • Overview essay
  • Frank Ackerman
  • The history of consumption : a literature review and consumer guide
  • Grant McCracken
  • Changes in English and Anglo-American consumption from 1550 to 1800
  • Carole Shammas
  • Family, gender, and socialization
  • Pictorial prints and the growth of consumerism : class and cosmopolitanism in early modern culture
  • Chandra Mukerji
  • The Quaker ethic : plain living and high thinking in American culture
  • David E. Shi
  • The consumer revolution of eighteenth-century England
  • Neil McKendrick
  • Consumerism and the Industrial Revolution
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • Overview essay
  • Learning to consume : early department stores and the shaping of the modern consumer culture (1800-1914)
  • Rudi Laermans
  • From salvation to self-realization : advertising and the therapeutic roots of consumer culture
  • T.J. Jackson Lears
  • The consumer's comfort and dream
  • Gary Cross
  • David Kiron
  • and
  • Seymour Bellin
  • The domestic production of monies
  • Viviana Zelizer
  • and
  • Kenneth Lux
  • Capital, labor, and the commodity form
  • Martyn J. Lee
  • Institutional economics and consumption
  • David B. Hamilton
  • Keynes' economic thought and the theory of consumer behavior
  • S.A. Drakopoulos
  • A reformulation of the theory of saving
  • James S. Duesenberry
  • pt. 5.
  • Bandwagon, snob, and Veblen effects in the theory of consumers' demand
  • Harvey Leibenstein
  • The standard of living and the capacity to save
  • Ragnar Nurkse
  • The imperatives of consumer demand and the dependence effect
  • John Kenneth Galbraith
  • pt. 6.
  • Critiques and alternatives in economic theory
  • Overview essay
  • Frank Ackerman
  • Foundations of economic theories of consumption
  • Alternative approaches to consumer behavior
  • Raymond Benton, Jr.
  • The separative self : androcentric bias in neoclassical assumptions
  • Paula England
  • Economics, psychology, and consumer behavior
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • The psychology and economics of motivation
  • Tibor Scitovsky
  • Overview essay
  • The neglected realm of social scarcity
  • Fred Hirsch
  • The demand for unobservable and other nonpositional goods
  • Robert H. Frank
  • Change and innovation in the technology of consumption
  • Kelvin Lancaster
  • Procrastination and obedience
  • George A. Akerlof
  • Frank Ackerman
  • materialism and modern political philosophy
  • Joel Jay Kassiola
  • The history of economics from a humanistic perspective
  • Mark A. Lutz
  • Social comparison, advertising, and consumer discontent
  • Marsha Richins
  • Limits to satisfaction : diagnosis
  • William Leiss
  • Goods as satisfiers
  • William Leiss,
  • Stephen Kline,
  • and
  • Sut Jhally
  • Introduction to fables of abundance
  • pt. 7.
  • T.J. Jackson Lears
  • Advertising
  • Ben Fine
  • and
  • Ellen Leopold
  • The emergence of American television : the formative years
  • Toward a new video order : the 1980s
  • J. Fred MacDonald
  • Television and the structuring of experience
  • Robert Kubey
  • Perpetuating consumer culture : media, advertising, and wants creation
  • and
  • Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  • Theories of consumption in media studies
  • David Morley
  • Household debt problems : toward a micro-macro linkage
  • Samuel Cameron
  • pt. 8.
  • Consumption and the environment
  • Overview essay
  • Jonathan Harris
  • Overview essay
  • The allocation and distribution of resources
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Market and nonmarket determinants of private consumption and their impacts on the environment
  • Mario Cogoy
  • Consumption : value added, physical transformation, and welfare
  • Herman Daly
  • Creating the affluent society
  • Clive Ponting
  • Natural resource consumption
  • World Resources Institute
  • David Kiron
  • The environmental costs of consumption
  • Alan Durning
  • Creating a sustainable materials economy
  • John E. Young
  • and
  • Aaron Sachs
  • The distorted mirror : reflections on the unintended consequences of advertising
  • Richard Pollay
  • Modern consumerism and imaginative hedonism
  • Colin Campbell
  • Positional goods, conspicuous consumption, and the international demonstration effect reconsidered
  • Jeffrey James
  • Advertising in nonaffluent societies : Galbraith revisited
  • Jeffrey James
  • and
  • Stephen Lister
  • The culture-ideology of consumerism in the Third World
  • The culture-ideology of consumerism in urban China
  • Leslie Sklair
  • Transnational advertising : some considerations of the impact on peripheral societies
  • pt. 9.
  • Noreene Janus
  • Transnational corporations and Third World consumption : implications for competitive strategies
  • Rhys Jenkins
  • Gross national consumption in the United States : implications for Third World development
  • Thomas Walz
  • and
  • Edward Canda
  • pt. 10.
  • Visions of an alternative
  • Overview essay
  • Globalization and consumer culture
  • Neva R. Goodwin
  • Economic possibilities for our grandchildren
  • John Maynard Keynes
  • Alternatives to mass consumption
  • Jerome M. Segal
  • Exiting the squirrel cage
  • Juliet Schor
  • How to bring joy into our economics
  • Tibor Scitovsky
  • Qualitative growth
  • Overview essay
  • Fred Block
  • The poverty of affluence : new alternatives
  • Paul Wachtel
  • A culture of permanence
  • Alan Durning
  • Living more simply and civilizational revitalization
  • Duane Elgin
  • Subject index
  • Name index
  • Kevin Gallagher
  • Development and the elimination of poverty
  • Nathan Keyfitz
  • Third World consumer culture
  • Russell W. Belk
Control code
70751866
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxviii, 385 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781597267908
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1049658
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)70751866
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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