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1980

(GDP)

80

90

90

2012

1979

GDP

6.2

2004

GDP

1.4

The Consumer
Revolution in Urban China

Deborah

Davis

As China Goes, So Goes the World How Chinese Consumers


are Transforming Everything


2006

1-3
2

Karl Gerth,

(New York: Hill and Wang, 2010)

2011

2004

10

14-15

2012

16

72-81

2009

2010

26-33

2012

2011

68-80

91-92, 116

vs.

Max Weber


IV

1990
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216


E. A. Wrigley

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IV217266-267
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Commerce and Society in a Chinese City, 1796-1889 (Stanford, Calif. :
Stanford University Press, 1984)

Frederick W. Mote

13

David

Faure

Town

and

Country

in

China: Identity and Perception

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14

13

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F. W. Mote, A Millenium of Chinese Urban History: Form, Time and


Space Concepts in Soochow, Rice University Studies 58, no. 4 (Winter
1973): 101-154; The Transformation of Nanking, 1350-1400, in G.
William Skinner ed., The City in Late Imperial China (Stanford: Stanford
University Press, 1977), pp. 103-116; 117-119.
David Faure and Tao Tao Liu eds., Town and Country in China: Identity
and Perception (New York: Palgrave, 2002), p.1, p.14.

urbanity

Georg SimmelThe Metropolis and


Mental Life


Louis Wirth
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Yinong Xu, The Chinese City in Space and Time: the Development of Urban
Form in Suzhou (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2000), pp.
173-176; 180-190; Si-yen Fei, Negotiating Urban Space: Urbanization and
Late Ming Nanjing (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center,
2009), pp. 29-75.

2008132
Simon Parker
200719-21

Urbanism as a Way of Life

1920

city
attitude


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143
Simon Parker
63-64
F. W. Mote, The Transformation of Nanking, 1350-1400, p. 106.
4020
90a

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Medieval Urban Revolution

21

2005

1-57

22

Mark

Elvin,

The

Pattern

of

50

2005

the

Chinese

University Press, 1973), pp. 175-177.

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115-184

Past

(Stanford:

Stanford




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15%

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20%

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1982
322-325
Mark Elvin,
pp. 177-178.
133-419839-31
19922
5-18
162015%20%
15%
16.3%19.2%

35%
200356-58
1997424-425
2001757
1550-18502000
409-417
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The Pattern of the Chinese Past,

10

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1250-1850

2003

377-446

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2004

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Lorna Weatherill,

1660-1760

1250-1850

390-391

Consumer Behaviour and Material Culture in Britain,

(London; New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 70-90.

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Urban

Renaissance

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Peter Borsay,

The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the

(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989); J.


Beckett and C. Smith, Urban Renaissance and Consumer Revolution
in Nottingham 1688-1750,
27 (2000): 31-50.

Provincial Town, 1660-1770

Urban History

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1989144-159
199777-82
43199166-67

200746-49139-144

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spatiality

shopping mall

18shopping
gallery
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Rob Shield, Spaces for Subject of Consumption, in Rob Shield ed.,

Lifestyle Shopping: The Subject of Consumption (London: Routledge,


1992), pp. 1-20; Daniel Miller et al. ,Shopping, Place and Identity
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(London: Routledge, 1998), pp. 1-30.

9-13Jonathan White, A World of Goods?


The Consumption Turn and Eighteenth-Century British History,
Culture and Social History 3 (2006): 93-104.
Claire Walsh, Social Meaning and Space in Shopping Galleries of
Early-modern London, in John Benson and Laura Ugolini eds., A
Nation of Shopkeepers: Five Centuries of British Retailing (London: I.B.

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Jon StobartAndrew HannVictoria Morgan


Spaces of Consumption: Leisure and Shopping in the English
Town, 1680-1830

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Tauris, 2003), pp. 52-79.


Jon Stobart, Shopping Streets as Social Space: Consumption,
Improvement, and Leisure in Eighteenth Century County Town,
Urban History 25 (1998): 3-21.
Erika Diane Rappaport, Shopping for Pleasure: Women in the Making of
London's West End (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000).
Helen Berry, Polite Consumption: Shopping in Eighteenth-Century
England, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Sixth Series 12
(2002): 375-394; Claire Walsh, The Design of London Goldsmiths'
Shops in the Early Eighteenth Century, in David Mitchell ed.,
Goldsmiths, Silversmiths and Bankers: Innovation and the Transfer of Skill
1550 to 1750 (London: Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd., 1995), pp. 96-111;

Claire Walsh, Shop Design and the Display of Goods in


Eighteenth-Century London, Journal of Design History 8.3 (1995):
157-176.

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social

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space

Jon Stobart, Andrew Hann and Victoria Morgan eds., Spaces of


Consumption: Leisure and Shopping in the English Town, 1680-1830
(London; New York: Routledge, 2007).

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E. P. Thompson

Neil McKendrick

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Henri LefebvreSpace:
Social Product and Use Value
199320-21
E. P. Thompson,
(New York:
Pantheon Books, 1963); Anna Clark,
(Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1995).
The Making of the English Working Class

The Struggle for the Breeches: Gender

and

the

Making

of

the

British

Working

Class

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18Beverly Lemire
Maxine Berg

Amanda VickeryMarcia Pointon


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Neil McKendrick, Home Demand and Economic Growth: A New


View of the Role of Women and Children in the Industrial
Revolution, in Neil McKendrick ed., Historical Perspectives: Studies in
English Thought and Society in Honour of J. H. Plumb (London: Europa,
1974), pp. 152-210.
Beverly Lemire
Beverly Lemire, Fashions Favorite: The
Cotton Trade and the Consumer in Britain, 1660-1800 (New York: Oxford
University Press, 1992) Dress, Culture and Commerce: The English
Clothing Trade before the Factory, 1660-1800 (New York: St. Martins
Press, 1997), 245

Maxine

Berg, Womens Consumption and the Industrial Classes of


Eighteenth- Century England, Journal of Social History 30.2 (1996): 421.
Amanda Vickery
Marcia Pointon18

Amanda Vickery, Women And

The World of Goods: a Lancashire Consumer and her Possessions, in


John Brewer and Roy Porter eds., Consumption and the World of Goods
(London; New York: Routledge, 1993), pp. 274-301 and The Gentlemans
Daughter: Womens Lives in Georgian England (New Haven, Conn.: Yale
University Press, 1998). Marcia Pointon, Strategies for Showing: Women,
Possession, and Representation in English Visual Culture 1665-1800 (New
York: Oxford University Press, 1997), p. 38.

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Hungry for
things

Margot Finn18

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masculinity16

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Victoria de Grazia and Ellen Furlough eds., The Sex of Things: Gender
and Consumption in Historical Perspective (Berkeley: University of

California Press, 1996).


Elizabeth Kowaleski-Wallace, Consuming Subjects: Women, Shopping and
Business in the Eighteenth Century (New York: Columbia University
Press, 1997), pp. 4-5.
Paul Glennie, Consumption within Historical Studies, in Daniel
Miller ed., Acknowledging Consumption: A Review of New Studies
(London; New York: Routledge, 1995), p. 179.
Margot Finn, Men's Things: Masculine Possession in the Consumer
Revolution, Social History 25.2 (2000): 133-155.

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David Kuchta, The Three-Piece Suit and Modern Masculinity: England,


1550-1850 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002).

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social stratification

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social emulation

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