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Consumer Identities

Agency, Media and Digital Culture

Candice D. Roberts (Hrsg.), Myles Ethan Lascity (Hrsg.)

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This edited collection explores the notion of agency by tracing the role and activities of consumers from the pre-Internet age into the possible future. Using an overview of the historical creation of consumer identity, Consumer Identities demonstrates that active consumption is not merely a product of the digital age; it has always been a means by which a person can develop identity. Grounded in the acknowledgement that identity is a constructed and contested space, the authors analyse emerging dynamics in contemporary consumerism, ongoing tensions of structure and agency in consumer identities and the ways in which identity construction could be influenced in the future. By exploring consumer identity through examples in popular culture, the authors have created a scholarly work that will appeal to industry professionals as well as academics.

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classical hollywood, identity construction, myspace music, structure, Historical Creation, popular culture, agency, progression, subcultural capital, future, branding history, celebrity, digital music culture, consumer affectation, Contemporary consumerism, big data, children's animation