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This bibliography lists studies on consumption in the social sciences and humanities.

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by the Cultures of Consumption research programme. The bibliography incorporates Don Slater's
original bibliography (date to be advised) and has added recent books and articles. With many thanks
to Don for his assistance. The bibliography can be searched by author, title, or date. There are
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Abercrombie, N., S. Hill, et al. (1986) Sovereign Individuals of Capitalism, London: Allen &
Unwin.
Abrams, M. (1959) The Teenage Consumer, London: London Press Exchange.
Ackroyd, P. (1979) Dressing Up, London: Thames and Hudson.
Adkins Covert, T. (2003) ‘Consumption and Citizenship During the Second World War’,
Journal of Consumer Culture 3 (3): 315-42.
Adburgham, A. (1979) Shopping in Style: London from the restoration to Edwardian
elegance, London: Thames and Hudson.
Adburgham, A. (1981) Shops and Shopping, London: Barrie & Jenkins.
Adkins, L. (1995) Gendered Work: Sexuality, Family and Labour Market, Buckingham: Open
University Press.
Adler, R. P. (1980) The effect of advertising on children: review and recommendations,
Lexington, MA
Adorno, T. (1941) ‘Veblen's attack on culture’, Studies in Philosophy and Social
Sciences 9: 389-413.
Adorno, T. (1975) ‘Culture Industry Reconsidered’, New German Critique 6 (1): 12-19.
Adorno, T. (1991) ‘Culture industry reconsidered’, in T. Adorno (ed.), The Culture Industry:
Selected essays on mass culture, London: Routledge.
Adorno, T., (ed.) (1991) The Culture Industry: Selected essays on mass culture, London:
Routledge.
Adorno, T. (1991) ‘On the fetish character of music and the regression of listening’, in T.
Adorno (ed.), The Culture Industry: Selected essays on mass culture, London: Routledge.
Adorno, T. and M. Horkheimer (1979) ‘The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass
Deception’, in T. Adorno and M. Horkheimer (eds.), Dialectic of Enlightenment, London:
Verso.
Adorno, T. and M. Horkheimer (1979) Dialectic of Enlightenment, London: Verso.
Adshead, S. A. M. (1997) Material Culture in Europe and China, 1400-1800: The Rise of
Consumerism, Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Aglietta, M. (1979 {1976}) A Theory of Capitalist Regulation: The US Experience, London:
Verso.
Agnew, J. (1986) Worlds Apart: The Market and the Theater in Anglo-American Thought,
1550-1750, New York: Cambridge University Press.
Agnew, J.-C. (1993) ‘Coming up for air: consumer culture in historical perspective’, in J.
Brewer and R. Porter (eds.), Consumption and the World of Goods, New York: Routledge:
19-39.
Ahuvia, A. C. and N. Y. Wong (2002) ‘Personality and Values Based Materialism: Their
Relationship and Origins’, Journal of Consumer Psychology 12 (4): 389-402.
Albert, E. (1984) ‘Equipment as a feature of social control in the sport of bicycle racing’, in
N. Theberge and P. Donnelly (eds.), Sport and the Sociological Imagination, Fort Worth,
Tex: Texas Christian University Press.
Aldridge, A. (1994) ‘The construction of rational consumption in Which? Magazine: the more
blobs the better?’, Sociology 28 (4): 899-912.
Aldridge, A. (1997) ‘Engaging with promotional culture: organised consumerism and
personal financial services industry’, Sociology 31 (3): 389-408.
Alexander, D. (1970) Retailing in England During the Industrial Revolution, London: Athlone
Press.
Alfino, M., J. Caputo, et al., (eds.) (1998) McDonaldization Revisited: Critical Essays on
Consumer Culture. London: Praeger.
Allen, G. and G. Crow, (eds.) (1989) Home and Family, London: Macmillan.
Allen, J. S. (1983) The Romance of Commerce and Culture: Capitalism, Modernism and the
Chicago-Aspen Crusade for Culture Reform, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Allen, J. T. (1980) ‘The film viewer as consumer’, Quarterly Review of Film Studies 5
(4): 481-99.
Almond, K. (1988) ‘Public image versus private self: the tragedy of camp dressing’, in J. Ash
and L. Wright (eds.), Components of Dress: design, manufacturing and image- making in
the fashion industry, London: Routledge.
Alt, J. D. (1977) Leisure, Labor and Consumption: a critical sociology of reification, Ann
Arbor: Michigan University Microfilms.
Altick, R. D. (1978) The Shows of London: A Panoramic History of Exhibitions, 1600-1862,
Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press.
Altvater, E. (1993) The Future of the Market: An Essay on the Regulation of Money and
Nature after the Collapse of 'Actually Existing Socialism', London: Verso.
Amin, A. and N. Thrift (1997) ‘Globalization, socio-economics, territoriality’, in R. Lee and J.
Wills (eds.), Geographies of Economies, London: Arnold.
Amirou, R. (1988) ‘Sociability/Sociality’, Current Sociology 36: 115-20.
Anderson, M. H. (1981) ‘China's great leap' toward Madison Avenue’, Journal of
Communications 31 (1): 10-22.
Anderson, R., J. Hughes, et al. (1987) ‘Executive problem finding’, Social Psychology
Quarterly 50 (2): 143-159.
Anderson, S. C. and B. H. Tabb, (eds.) (2002) Water, Leisure and Culture: European
Historical Perspectives, Oxford: Berg.
Andrews, W. D. and D. C. Andrews (1974) ‘Technology and the Housewife in Nineteenth-
Century America’, Women’s Studies, 2: 309-28.
Andrews, M. and M. M. Talbot, (eds.) (2000) All the World and her Husband: Women in
Twentieth-Century Consumer Culture, London and New York: Cassell.
Antonides, G. and W. F. van Raaij (1998) Consumer Behaviour: A European Perspective,
Chichester: J. Wiley.
Appadurai, A. (1986) (ed.) The Social Life of Things: Commodities in cultural perspective,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Appadurai, A. (1990) ‘Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy’, Theory,
Culture and Society 7: 295-310.
Appleby, J. (1976) ‘Ideology and theory: the tension between political and economic
liberalism in seventeenth century England’, American Historical Review lxxxi: 499-515.
Appleby, J. (1984) Capitalism and a New Social Order: The Republican Vision of the 1790s,
New York and London: New York University Press.

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Appleby, J. (1993) ‘Consumption in early modern social thought’, in J. Brewer and R. Porter
(eds.), Consumption and the World of Goods, New York and London: Routledge: 162-73.
Aran, G. (1974) ‘Parachuting’, American Journal of Sociology 80.
Arendt, H. (1958) The Human Condition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Aries, P. (1973) Centuries of Childhood, Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Armstrong, L. (1993) Working Girls, Vogue: October.
Arnould, E. and R. Wilk (1984) ‘Why do the natives wear Adidas?’, Advances in Consumer
Research 11: 748-52.
Arnould, E., L. Price and G. Zinkhan, (eds.) (2002) Consumers, New York: McGraw-Hill.
Arvidsson, A. (2001) ‘From Counterculture to Consumer Culture: Vespa and the Italian
Youth Market, 1958-78’, Journal of Consumer Culture 1 (1): 47-71.
Arvidsson, A. (2003) Marketing Modernity: Italian Advertising from Fascism to
Postmodernism, London and New York: Routledge.
Ash, J. (1989) ‘The Business of Couture’, in A. McRobbie (ed.), Zoot Suits and Second-Hand
Dresses: An Anthology of Fashion and Music, London: Macmillan.
Ash, J. and E. Wilson, (eds.) (1992) Chic Thrills: A Fashion Reader, London: Pandora Press.
Ash, J. and L. Wright, (eds.) (1988) Components of dress design, manufacturing, and
image-making in the fashion industry, London: Routledge.
Ashton, J. (1885) Old Times, New York.
Ashworth, W. J. (2003) Customs and Excise: Trade, Production and Consumption in England
1640-1845, Oxford: OUP.
Aspers, P. (2001) Markets in Fashion, Stockholm: City University Press.
Assadi, D. (2003) ‘Do Religions Influence Consumer Behaviour: Confronting Religious Rules
and Marketing Concepts’, Cahiers du CEREN 5(2): 2-13.
Attfield, J. (2000) Wild Things: The Material Culture of Everyday Practice, Oxford: Berg.
Attwood, F. (2005) ‘Inside Out: Men on the Home Front’, Journal of Consumer Culture 5
(1): 87-108.

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Baethge, M. (1985) ‘Individualization as hope and disaster: contradictions and paradoxes in
Western societies’, International Social Science Journal 37(4): 441-54.
Bagguley, P. (1991) ‘Post-Fordism and Enterprise Culture’, in R. Keat and N. Abercrombie
(eds.), Enterprise Culture, London: Routledge.
Bagguley, P., J. Mark-Lawson, et al. (1990) Restructuring: Place, Class and Gender,
London: Sage.
Bailey, P. (1978) Leisure and Class in Victorian Britain: Rational Recreation and the Contest
for Control, 1830-1885, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Bailey, P. (1998) Popular Culture and Performance in the Victorian City, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press.
Bailey, R. (1992) ‘Clothes encounters of the gynaecological kind: medical mandates and
maternity modes in the US 1859-1990’, in R. Barnes and J. Eicher (eds.), Dress and
Gender: Making and Meaning, Oxford: Berg.
Bakhtin, M. (1984) Rabelais and his World, Indiana: Indiana University Press.
Bakker, G. (2003) ‘Building Knowledge about the Consumer: The Emergence of Market
Research in the Motion Picture Industry’, Business History 45 (1): 101-127.
Baldwin, F. E. (1926) Sumptuary Legislation and Personal Regulation in England, Baltimore:
John Hopkins Press.
Baltes, P. B. and M. M. Baltes, (eds.) (1990) Successful Aging: Perspectives from the
Behavioral Sciences. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Banerjee, B. and D. Miller (2003) The Sari, Oxford and New York: Berg.
Banner, L. (1983) American Beauty, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Baran, P. A. and P. M. Sweezy (1977 {1966}) Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American
Economic and Social Order, Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Baranowski, S. and E. Furlough, (eds.) (2001) Being Elsewhere: Tourism, Consumer Culture
and Identity in Modern Europe and North America, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan
Press.
Barber, B. R. (1995) Jihad vs. McWorld, New York: Random House.
Barber, C. L. (1959) Shakespeare's Festive Comedy: A Study of Dramatic Form and Its
Relation to Social Custom, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Barbrook, R. (1990) ‘Mistranslations: Lipietz in London and Paris’, Science as Culture 8.
Barlow, M. and T. Clarke (2002) Blue Gold: The Battle Against Corporate Theft of the
World's Water, London: Earthscan.
Barnard, M. (1996) Fashion as Communication, London: Routledge.
Barnes, C. (1988) Fashion Illustration, London: MacDonald and Co.
Barnes, R. and E. J. B., (eds.) (1992) Dress and Gender: Making and Meaning. Oxford:
Berg.
Barnouw, E. (1978) The Sponsor, New York: Oxford University Press.
Barrows, S. (1981) Distorting Mirrors: Visions of the Crowd in Late Nineteenth-Century
France, New Haven: Yale University Press.
Bartels, R. (1976) The History of Marketing Thought, Columbus, Ohio: Grid.
Barthel, D. (1988) Putting on Appearances: gender and advertising, Athens, Georgia:
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Barthel, D. (1989) ‘Modernism and Marketing: The Chocolate Box Revisited’, Theory,
Culture and Society 6 (3).
Barthes, R. (1977) Elements of Semiology, New York: Hill and Wang.
Barthes, R. (1977) Image-Music-Text, London: Fontana.
Barthes, R. (1985) The Fashion System, London: Cape.
Barthes, R. (1986) Mythologies, London: Paladin.
Bartos, R. (1982) The Moving Target: what every marketer should know about women, New
York: Free Press.
Barvey, E. G. (1996) The Adman in the Parlor: Magazines and the Gendering of Consumer
Culture, 1880s to 1910s, New York: Oxford University Press.
Basinger, J. (1993) A Woman's View: How Hollywood Spoke to Women 1930-1960, London:
Chatto & Windus.
Bataille, G. (1988) The Accursed Share, New York: Zone.
Bathrick, S. K. (1990) ‘The female colossus: the body as facade and threshold’, in J. Gaines
and C. Herzog (eds.), Fabrications: Costume and the Female Body, London: Routledge.
Baudet, H. (1974) Innovation and Consumer Demand, Groningen: State University of
Groningen.
Baudet, H. and H. van der Meulen (1982) Consumer Behaviour and Economic Growth in the
Modern Economy, London: Croom Helm.
Baudrillard, J. (1968) Le Systeme des Objets: La Consommation des Signes, Paris:
Denoel/Gonthier.
Baudrillard, J. (1975) The Mirror of Production, St Louis: Telos.
Baudrillard, J. (1981) For a Critique of the Political Economy of the Sign, St Louis, MO:
Telos.
Baudrillard, J. (1983) Simulations, New York: Semiotext(e).
Baudrillard, J. (1990) Revenge of the Crystal: Selected writings on the modern object and
its destiny, London: Pluto Press.
Baudrillard, J. (1998 {1970}) The Consumer Society: Myths and Structures, London: Sage.
Bauman, Z. (1983) ‘Industrialism, Consumerism and Power’, Theory, Culture and Society
1 (3).
Bauman, Z. (1988) Freedom, Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
Bauman, Z. (1993) Postmodern Ethics, Oxford: Blackwell.
Bauman, Z. (1998) Work, Consumerism and the New Poor, Buckingham: Open University
Press.
Bauman, Z. (2001) ‘Consuming Life’, Journal of Consumer Culture 1 (1): 9-29.
Bausinger, H. (1984) ‘Media, technology and everyday life’, Media, Culture and Society 6
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Bayley, S. (1986) Sex, Drink and Fast Cars: The creation and consumption of images,
London: Faber.
Bayley, S., (ed.) (1989) Commerce and Culture: Penshurst Press.
Baylis, J. and S. Smith, (eds.) (2005) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to
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Beardsworth, A. and T. Keil (1997) Sociology on the Menu: an Invitation to the Study of
Food and Society, London: Routledge.

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Beauchamp, C. (2002) ‘Getting Your Money's Worth: American Models for the Remaking of
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Beaton, C. (1954) The Glass of Fashion, Constable.


Beaudoin, T. (2004) Consuming Faith: Integrating Who We Are With What We Buy,
Lantham, MD: Sheed and Ward.
Becker, G. S. (1996) Accounting for Tastes, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Beechey, V. and T. Perkins (1986) A Matter of Hours, Cambridge: Polity Press.
Belk, R. (1985) ‘Materialism: Trait Aspects of Living in the Material World’, Journal of
Consumer Research 12 (3): 265-280.
Belk, R. (1995) Collecting in a Consumer Society, London: Routledge.
Belk, R. W. (1988) ‘Possessions and the extended self’, Journal of Consumer Research
15.
Belk, R. W. (2000) ‘Materialism and the Modern U.S. Christmas’, Advertising and Society
Review 1 (1): 75-104.
Belk RW, M. Wallendorf and JF Sherry, jr. (1989) ‘The Sacred and the Profane in Consumer
Behavior: Theodicy on the Odyssey’, Journal of Consumer Culture 16: 1-38.
Bell, D. (1960) The End of Ideology: On the Exhaustion of Political Ideas in the Fifties, New
York: Free Press.
Bell, D. (1976) The Coming of Post-Industrial Society: A Venture in Social Forecasting, New
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Bell, D. (1979) The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism, London: Heinemann.
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Bell-Metereau, R. (1985) Hollywood Androgyny, New York: Columbia University Press.
Bendict, B., (ed.) (1983) The Anthropology of World Fairs, London: Scolar Press.
Benjamin, W. (1977) Illuminations, London: Fontana.
Benjamin, W. (1979) One-Way Street, London: Verso.
Benjamin, W. (1989) Charles Baudelaire: A lyric poet in the era of high capitalism, London:
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Bennet, T. (1988) ‘The exhibitionary complex’, New Formations 4: 73-103.
Bensman, J. and R. Lilienfeld (1991) Craft and Consciousness: Occupational Technique and
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Benson, J. (1994) The Rise of Consumer Society in Britain, 1880-1980, London: Longman.
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Berg, M. (2005) Luxury and Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Oxford: Oxford
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Delectable Goods, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Berghoff, H., (ed.) (1999) Konsumpolitik: Die Regulierung des Privaten Verbrauchs im 20.
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Braverman, H. (1974) Labour and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the
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