4 edition of Consumed Nostalgia found in the catalog.
|Statement||Columbia University Press|
|Publishers||Columbia University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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The overriding point is the way that intense, but ephemeral, consumer experiences in childhood and youth shapes and narrows memory.
Steven Mintz, University of Texas at Austin, author of The Prime of Life: A History of Modern Adulthood This informative look at collecting and consumerism is recommended for researchers of history, memory, cultural studies, and consumption. Please use tab navigation and return to select elements in the site. TitleAlreadyInHoldsList":"This item is already on your holds list. When I was a freshman I looked back all those days. Iconic cases [ ] Nostalgic signals may be found in many Consumed Nostalgia of consumption as well as in.
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Please note imported items may take up to 24 hours to appear on your shelf. Unlike most books on nostalgia which concentrate on a single subject, Consumed Nostalgia explores these assumptions by looking at a wide range of examples. Usually in my reviews here I can do a better job of putting my finger on exactly why I feel a certain way about a title, but I'm struggling to do that with this book. I do not think I have a answer for you but maybe this does help: You probably realize that yes you are going to miss these times and it feels like you will be giving something up to go to your next phase in life but there is no way in going around this, there is no choice to give up on you childhood so ask yourself how much you want to attach yourself to these emotions.
All in all, however, this book is a compelling read for anyone interested in the 1970s and 1980s and their attitudes towards the past.
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My books on childhood and male consumption led me to look especially to toy, doll, and car collectors.