(2007). Gender, class, emotional capital and consumption in family life.
In: Casey, Emma and Martens, Lydia eds.
Gender and Consumption: Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life.
Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 141–162.
Chapter offers ethnographic insights into the development of the self and identity through conusmption practices in the home. Focusing on gender and class the author shows how through a combination of economic, social, cultural and emotional capital, identiy and family consumption are inextricably bound.
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