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Cultural Consumption & Everyday Life

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This study explores the consumption of culture from a cultural studies perspective. It provides a critical map of the field, bringing together work on reception theory in literary studies and philosophy, work on consumer culture in anthropology and sociology, and work on media audiences within media studies and sociology. It explores historical work on the consumption of ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published May 28th 1999)
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This may seem a stretch but this is really about climate change and Indian tribes. Thus far, suggested tribal responses to climate change include undertaking emissions-capping approaches such green generation and carbon sequestration. These approaches are more than a bit silly. Realistically, Indian generated electricity is not going to move very far from the reservation and even if it could, the effect on carbon emissions would be infinitesimal.

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Reading it for my M.A. tutorial tonight. And seeing as my tutor is the author, I'd better give it 5 *s.
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Professor John Storey, Professor of Cultural Studies, Director of Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland.
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