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Although communication appears natural to most people, the successful act of transferring meaning relies on an alignment of intricate interpretive processes between the sender and receiver. Yet the full range of these intricate processes is often oversimplified, homogenized, and molded according...
George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park. Ritzer was co‐founding editor of the Journal of Consumer Culture with Don Slater. In addition to his considerable work in the area of the sociology of consumption, Ritzer is especially known for...
This account reflects an effort to address the crisis of representation emerging from some of my recent fieldwork on pilgrimage in the postmodern era. Bracketed by the relatively dispassionate field note and the reasonably narcissistic journal entry, each of these particular poems is a liminal...
Technical analysis is a technique used by many share traders in their quest to make profits on financial markets. This paper, drawing on qualitative research which focused on non‐professional traders, theorizes how the technique represents an extension of the theory of the epistemic consumption...
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