LIBERATORY POSTMODERNISM AND THE REENCHANTMENT OF CONSUMPTION PDF

LIBERATORY POSTMODERNISM AND THE REENCHANTMENT OF CONSUMPTION PDF

Type: Article; Author(s): A.F. Firat, A. Venkatesh; Date: ; Volume: 22; Issue: 3; Page start: ; Check for local electronic subscriptions; Web address. A. Fuat Firat and Alladi Venkatesh () Liberatory Postmodernism and the Reenchantment of Consumption, Journal of Consumer Research Vol. 22, No. Liberatory Postmodernism and the Reenchantment of Consumption [in] Journal of Consumer Research. Type: Article; Author(s): A. Fuat Firat and Alladi.

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This is postmodernizm example of commodification of a critique in which the critique is rendered incapable of standing on a footing equal to and opposing its original target of attack.

We demonstrate how postmodernism is concerned with the reversing of the conditions of modernity and with a wide range of issues regarding the construction of the subject i. Type Article Author s A. University of California Irvine.

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Citing articles via Web of Science Consumers don’t realize it because they believe they are working on self-fashioning. The active consumer liberates the passive prole, but the labor is still expropriated.

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Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Consumer Culture and Cultural Change Next: Email alerts New issue alert. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. Hypocrisy is inherent, since all public discourse is tainted with marketing, posturing — it is assumed it is a self-positioning gesture –a self-branding move — rather than a “disinterested critique. Posted by Rob Horning at 3: We conclude the article with a proposal for an epistemology of consumption that subsumes scientific knowledge under a broader category of narrative knowledge and recognizes multivocality of consumption forms.

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Liberatory Postmodernism and the Reenchantment of Consumption

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The analysis in our article begins with a discussion of the philosophical foundations of modernism and postmodernism followed by a cultural critique of modernism—exposing, for example, the modernist distinction between production and consumption and the privileging of production over consumption.

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This item appears on List: To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. The Social Life of Things: The Bad Can Be Good: Further evolving the new dominant logic of marketing: If the critique cannot be reappropriated suc- cessfully by the market economy, then it is marginal- ized. Reenchantmdnt are reading intentions? That is describing the shift from a capitalist logic of the subject to a consumerist one, in which consumption is heralded as conwumption and consumers are productive with their reencuantment labor while building on their limitless identity, attenuated through the code of social symbols for distinction.

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