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Conceiving of the visual as a significant force in the production and dissemination of collective memory, we argue that a new genre of World War Two films has recently emerged that form part of a new discursive “regime of memory” about the war and those that fought and lived through it,...
Ethnic groups that have experienced violent and stressful events often have a reaction against the specific aggressor for future generations. This reaction is sometimes manifested in consumer behavior. Building on the Klein, Ettenson and Morris (1998) Animosity Model, this study utilizes depth...
This paper takes a post‐structuralist perspective on consumer research and discusses the role of personal interviews in cultural analysis. It problematizes the use of the phenomenological interview in cultural consumer research, arguing that the underlying research paradigm,...
Whiteness has rarely surfaced as a theoretical category in consumer research. Yet consumer research is dominated by whiteness, reflecting the privileged position of white academics and a Euro‐American epistemological stance that is inscribed within academic disciplines and institutions....
The paper investigates the people who organize live music concerts: promoters. In contrast to recent contributions analysing the production of music, I argue that the work done by promoters must be analysed separately from the co‐production of live music. Drawing on interviews with promoters in...
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