|aGender and consumption :|bdomestic cultures and the commercialisation of everyday life /|cedited by Emma Casey and Lydia Martens.
|aAldershot, England :|bAshgate,|cc2007.
|aix, 246 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gIntroduction /|rEmma Casey and Lydia Martens --|tClass, gender and domestic consumption in Britain, 1920-1950 /|rJudy Giles --|tThe feminist and the cook : Julia Child, Betty Friedan, and domestic femininity /|rJoanne Hollows --|tGender and the destalinization of consumer taste in the Soviet Union under Khrushchev /|rSusan E. Reid --|tMaking sameness : mothering, commerce and the culture of children's birthday parties /|rAlison J. Clarke --|tPerceptions of commercialised social introduction services amongst women /|rJacqueline Davidson --|tConsuming pleasure on the wedding day : the lived experience of being a bride /|rSharon Boden --|tGambling and everyday life : working class mothers and domestic spaces of consumption /|rEmma Casey --|tGender, class, emotional capital and consumption in family life /|rElizabeth B. Silva --|tThe sensory home as a site of consumption : everyday laundry practices and the production of gender /|rSarah Pink --|tConsumption and sexual intimacy : towards an understanding of intimate cultures in everyday life /|rDana Wilson-Kovacs --|tGender at play : d歋cor differences between boys' and girls' bedrooms /|rIrene Cieraad --|gAfterword :|tgender, consumer culture and promises of betterment in late modernity /|rLydia Martens and Emma Casey.
|aWomen|xSocial life and customs|y20th century.
|aWomen|xSocial conditions|y20th century.
|aConsumption (Economics)|xSocial aspects.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0618/2006025024.html