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by Martin Daunton,Matthew Hilton

ISBN: 1859734715
ISBN13: 978-1859734711
Language: English
Publisher: Berg Publishers (June 1, 2001)
Pages: 320
Category: Politics and Government
Subategory: Sociology

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Martin Daunton Professor of Economic History,University of Cambridge Matthew Hilton University of Birmingham. Series: Leisure, Consumption and Culture.

Martin Daunton Professor of Economic History,University of Cambridge Matthew Hilton University of Birmingham. Paperback: 320 pages. Publisher: Berg Publishers (June 1, 2001). ISBN-13: 978-1859734711. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

Are material politics about state politics, consumer politics, or the relationship between these and consumer practices? From the specifics of the politics of consumption in the French Revolution - what was the status of rum? How complicated did a vinegar recipe have to be before.

Are material politics about state politics, consumer politics, or the relationship between these and consumer practices? From the specifics of the politics of consumption in the French Revolution - what was the status of rum? How complicated did a vinegar recipe have to be before the resultant product qualified as 'luxury'? - to the highly contentious twentieth-century debates over American political economy, this original book traces the relationships among political cultures, consumers and citizenship from the eighteenth century to the present.

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By Martin Daunton, Matthew Hilton

By Martin Daunton, Matthew Hilton. Are material politics about state politics, consumer politics, or the relationship between these and consumer practices?From the specifics of the politics of consumption in the French Revolution - what was the status of rum? How complicated did a vinegar recipe have to be before the resultant product qualified as 'luxury'? - to the highly contentious twentieth-century debates over American political economy, this original book traces the relationships among political cultures, consumers and citizenship from the eighteenth century to the present.

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Are material politics about state politics, consumer politics, or the .

Martin Daunton, Matthew Hilton. Objects and commodities have frequently been studied to assess their position within consumer - or material - culture, but all too rarely have scholars examined the politics that lie behind that culture. This book fills the gap and explores the political and state structures that have shaped the consumer and the nature of his or her consumption. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2001). Narlikar, Amrita, Martin Daunton, and Robert M. Stern, eds. The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization (Oxford University Press, 2012). Moses, Julia, and Martin J. Daunton. Journal of Global History 9 (2014): 177–188. Daunton, Martin J. Royal Mail: the Post Office since 1840. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015).

with Martin Daunton) The Politics of Consumption: Material Culture and Citizenship in Europe and . The female consumer and the politics of consumption in twentieth-century Britain", Historical Journal, vol. 45, issue 1 (2002), pp. 103–128.

with Martin Daunton) The Politics of Consumption: Material Culture and Citizenship in Europe and America (Oxford: Berg, 2001). The fable of the sheep; or private virtues, public vices: the consumer revolution of the twentieth century", Past & Present, vol. 176 (2002), pp. 222–256.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Citizenship law, state form and everyday aesthetics in modern France and Germany, 1920-1940, Leora Auslander, Bread, milk and democracy : consumption and citizenship in twentieth-century Britain, Frank Trentmann - Enticement and deprivation : the regulation of consumption in pre-war Nazi Germany, Hartmut Berghoff - Negotiating consumption in a dictatorship : consumer politics in the GDR in the 1950s.

Objects and commodities have frequently been studied to assess their position within consumer - or material - culture, but all too rarely have scholars examined the politics that lie behind that culture. This book fills the gap and explores the political and state structures that have shaped the consumer and the nature of his or her consumption. From medieval sumptuary laws to recent debates in governments about consumer protection, consumption has always been seen as a highly political act that must be regulated, directed or organized according to the political agendas of various groups. An internationally renowned group of experts looks at the emergence of the rational consuming individual in modern economic thought, the moral and ideological values consumers have attached to their relationships with commodities, and how the practices and theories of consumer citizenship have developed alongside and within the expanding state. How does consumer identity become available to people and how do they use it? How is consumption negotiated in a dictatorship? Are material politics about state politics, consumer politics, or the relationship between these and consumer practices?From the specifics of the politics of consumption in the French Revolution - what was the status of rum? How complicated did a vinegar recipe have to be before the resultant product qualified as 'luxury'? - to the highly contentious twentieth-century debates over American political economy, this original book traces the relationships among political cultures, consumers and citizenship from the eighteenth century to the present.
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