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Lecture 10

Lecture 10

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Sociology
Course Code
SOCB58H3
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Emily Fountas

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Zuking and Maguire (2004) READ THE ARTICLES*
1.They propose that...consumption as a set of institutional field, you can economic
and cultural institution which is structured around
2.Consumption also makes your aware of large-scale social.......
3.As changes in social structure occur, our consumption is also changing
4.Sociological work on reception and consumption, alot of it was done by British
researchers
5.These authors say that theres no specific theoretical framework for analysis of
consumption
Weber thought consumption was something instrumental......its not a social action that
has a meaning within itself; consumption is instrumental needed for you to do
something else. Its just instrumental and it has no meaning
Another founding fath er, siemml, he wrote an essay called stranger, he did alot of
research on cities and urban life, peoples experiences in urban context. He thought
consumption, human beings have shared experiences through consumption, its way
for us to bond through our experiences through consumption, particularly in ubran
societies.
Durkhiem, had a more pessimistic view.....he was interested in religion and morality,
what was normal and what was pa th o logical, he was a functionalist, and what will
maintain order, if consumers bond this desire............he was worried that if ppl when
crazy and did all the consuming they wanted to do, society would break down.
One of the drawbacks from these statements, are that these comments were backed
up by scientific, rigorous evidence, there observations were based on what they saw.
Weben, moved to the US and he put forward the theory of leisure class and came up
with the term conspicuous consumption. He was th e first to talk about consumption
that relates to specific .......He said lets get beyond consumption as moral or wome n 's
work, and think of it as a sociological....
Seeing consumption past it as the manipulation of consumer's desire.
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Zuking and Maguire (2004) READ THE ARTICLES* 1. They propose that...consumption as a set of institutional field, you can economic and cultural institution which is structured around 2. Consumption also makes your aware of large-scale social....... 3. As changes in social structure occur, our consumption is also changing 4. Sociological work on reception and consumption, alot of it was done by British researchers 5. These authors say that theres no specific theoretical framework for analysis of consumption Weber thought consumption was something instrumental......its not a social action that has a meaning within itself; consumption is instrumental needed for you to do something else. Its just instrumental and it has no meaning Another founding father, siemml, he wrote an essay called stranger, he did alot of research on cities and urban life, peoples experiences in urban context. He thought consumption, human beings have shared experiences through consumption, its way for us to bond t
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