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This paper explores the culture and counter culture of organisation through the analysis of a range of work related satirical artefacts. It argues that this is a cultural domain that has been neglected by both theorists of work and theorists of leisure, and that this is in part because it lies...
We introduce the concept of the epistemic consumption object. Such consumption objects are characterized by two interrelated features. First, epistemic consumption objects reveal themselves progressively through interaction, observation, use, examination, and evaluation. Such layered revelation...
Drawing on post‐Marxist screen reception studies in Malaysia, our article establishes a theoretical framework enabling analysis of consumer identification with/cultural distancing from television advertising and its aesthetics. We develop a hermeneutic model of audience response to audio‐visual...
Spirituality as embodied in the so‐called New Age and described by Rindfleish (2005) is a complex phenomenon subject to all sorts of problematization. Here, I problematize the arguments advanced by Rindfleish and perhaps supported by others as a misconstrual and mis‐situating of the phenomenon....
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