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The marketing and consumer research fields began to flourish in the late 1940s after World War II. Social Research, Inc. was founded in 1946 by members of the University of Chicago's faculty. Students at the University's interdisciplinary Committee on Human Development and the Departments of...
The aim of this article is to offer a perspective on how the personhood implied in and by children’s consumption can extend beyond its initial context to inform other identities, like that of the individuated, autonomous fetus. Drawing upon historical material on the rise of the child-consumer...
This article reviews the answers posed to the question of travel motivation in recent research. Much of this research, whether in tourism studies or related disciplines such as anthropology, critical theory, and cultural studies, begins by assuming a clear-cut and specific distinction between...
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