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Shopping with Freud / Rachel Bowlby.


London ; New York : Routledge, 1993.
ISBN 0415060079, 0415060060

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Subjects Advertising -- Psychological aspects.
Consommateurs -- Attitudes.
Consommateurs -- Comportement.
Consommation (Économie politique) dans la littérature.
Consommation -- Dans la littérature.
Consumer behavior.
Consumption (Economics) in literature.
Human reproductive technology -- Psychological aspects.
Lawrence, David H. Lady Chatterley's lover.
Nabokov, Vladimir V. Lolita.
Procréation médicalement assistée -- Aspect psychologique.
Psicologia do consumidor.
Psychanalyse.
Psychoanalyse.
Psychoanalysis.
Publicité -- Aspect psychologique.
Verbraucherverhalten.
Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray.
Description 134 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1993.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 120-131) and index.
Summary "Looks at the diverse and unexpectedly overlapping ideas of choice and consumer choice deployed in consumer psychology and psychoanalysis, in arguments about the new reproductive technologies, and in arguments about literature and sexuality"--Prelim.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Promoting Dorian Gray -- 3. 'But she could have been reading Lady Chatterley': The obscene side of the canon -- 4. Lolita and the poetry of advertising -- 5. A happy event: The births of psychoanalysis -- 6. Frankenstein's woman-to-be: Choice and the new reproductive technologies -- 7. Make up your mind: Scenes from the psychology of selling and shopping.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)27010892
(OCoLC)ocm27010892
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WorldCat Identities Bowlby, Rachel, 1957-
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