||The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
The Politics of Consumption/The Consumption of Politics
May 2007, Volume 611, No. 1
"The Politics of Consumption/The Consumption of Politics"
Dhavan Shah, Douglas McLeod, Lewis Friedland, and Michelle Nelson
"In Defense of Consumer Critique: Re-Visiting The Consumption Debates Of The 20th Century"
Juliet B. Schor
"Capital, Consumption, Communication, and Citizenship: The Social Positioning of Taste and Civic Culture in the U.S"
Lewis Friedland, Dhavan V. Shah Nam-Jin Lee, Mark A. Rademacher, Lucy Atkinson, and Thomas Hove
"Representing Citizens and Consumers in Media and Communications Regulation"
Sonia Livingstone and Peter Lunt
"Consumers and the State Since the Second World War"
"Buying Into Downtown Revival: The Centrality of Retail to Postwar Urban Renewal in American Cities"
"Should Consumer Citizens Escape The Market?"
Eric J. Arnould
"A Carnivalesque Approach to the Politics of Consumption (or) Grotesque Realism and the Analytics of the Excretory Economy"
Craig J. Thompson
"Why Not Share Rather Than Own?"
"Downshifting Consumer = Upshifting Citizen? An Examination of a Local Freecycle Community"
Michelle R. Nelson, Mark Rademacher, and Hye-Jin Paek
"Mobilizing Consumers for Global Social Justice Responsibility-Taking"
Michele Micheletti and Dietlind Stolle
"Logo Logic: The Ups And Downs Of Branded Political Communication"
W. Lance Bennett And Taso Lagos
"Digital Renaissance: Young Consumer and Citizen?"
Claes H. de Vreese
"Political Consumerism: How Communication and Consumption Orientations Drive "Lifestyle Politics""
Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Eunkyung Kim, Sun Young Lee, Melissa Gotlieb, Shirley Ho,
and Hilde Brevik
"Citizens, Consumers, and the Good Society"
"Quick Read Synopsis"