Type: Article; Author(s): A.F. Firat, A. Venkatesh; Date: ; Volume: 22; Issue: 3; Page start: ; Check for local electronic subscriptions; Web address. A. Fuat Firat and Alladi Venkatesh () Liberatory Postmodernism and the Reenchantment of Consumption, Journal of Consumer Research Vol. 22, No. Liberatory Postmodernism and the Reenchantment of Consumption [in] Journal of Consumer Research. Type: Article; Author(s): A. Fuat Firat and Alladi.

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Consumerism begins in the collapse of the public-private, in the ability for social relations to be entirely public, for all exchange to be public and broadly significatory. We demonstrate how postmodernism is concerned with the reversing of the conditions of modernity and with a wide range of issues regarding the construction of the subject i.

Please log in to set a read status. But the consumerist subject is no more free than the universal-rational one. You do not currently have access to this article. Liberatory postmodernism and the reenchantment of consumption AF Firat, A Venkatesh Journal of consumer research 22 reenhcantment, Their combined citations are counted only for the first article.

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This is an example of commodification of a critique in which the critique is rendered incapable of standing on a footing equal to and opposing its original target of attack. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

The analysis in our article begins with a discussion of the philosophical foundations of modernism and postmodernism followed by a cultural critique of modernism—exposing, for example, the modernist distinction between production and consumption and the privileging of production over consumption.

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Posted by Rob Horning at 3: O is no way for the critique to mediate between the dominant and dominated, for it is always and already dealt with by the dominant mode. Has the Internet become indispensable? Thus, there are only two possibilities for cultural critique in a modern market: This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve.

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