Journal of Consumer Culture, 1741-2900

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  1. 2020
  2. Framing sufficiency: Strategies of environmental non-governmental organisations towards reduced material consumption

    Ola Persson & Mikael Klintman, 2020 dec 15, (Accepted/In press) I: Journal of Consumer Culture. s. 1-20 21 s.

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  3. Representations – A critical look at media’s role in cleanliness conventions and inconspicuous consumption

    Tullia Jack, 2020 aug 1, I: Journal of Consumer Culture. 20, 3, s. 324-346 23 s.

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  4. Sovereign dupes? Representations, conventions and (un)sustainable consumption

    Tullia Jack, 2020 jul 7, I: Journal of Consumer Culture.

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  5. 2019
  6. Post-socialist moral economies of consumption as socially embedded sites of moral tension

    Christopher Swader & Sandy Ross, 2019 dec 1, I: Journal of Consumer Culture.

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  7. Can we rely on ‘climate-friendly’ consumption?

    Magnus Boström & Mikael Klintman, 2019, I: Journal of Consumer Culture. 19, 3, s. 359-378

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  8. 2016
  9. A clash of modernities: Developing a new value-based framework to understand the mismatch between production and consumption

    Solveig Wikström, Håkan Jönsson & Patrick L Espoir Decosta, 2016 nov 1, I: Journal of Consumer Culture. 16, 3, s. 824-851 28 s.

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  10. 2013
  11. Nobody was Dirty: disrupting inconspicuous consumption in laundry routines

    Tullia Jack, 2013, I: Journal of Consumer Culture. 13, 3, s. 406-421

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  12. 2011
  13. The new work ethics of consumption and the paradox of mundane brand resistance

    Sofia Ulver, S. Askegaard & D. B. Kristensen, 2011, I: Journal of Consumer Culture. 11, 2, s. 215-238

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