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Towards an object-relations theory of consumerism : The aesthetics of desire and the unfolding materiality of social life

Towards an object-relations theory of consumerism : The aesthetics of desire and the unfolding materiality of social life

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WOODWARD, Ian, 2011. Towards an object-relations theory of consumerism : The aesthetics of desire and the unfolding materiality of social life. In: Journal of Consumer Culture. 11(3), pp. 366-384. ISSN 1469-5405. eISSN 1741-2900

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