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review Materializing Difference 100 How do objects mediate human relationships and possess their own social and political agency What role does material culture such as prestige consumption as well as commodity aesthetics biographies and ownership histories play in the production of social and political identities differences and hierarchies How do informal consumer subcultures of collectors organize and manage themselves Drawing on theories from anthropology and sociology specifically material culture consumption museum ethnicity and post socialist.

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review Materializing Difference 100 Studies Materializing Difference addresses these uestions via analysis of the practices and ideologies connected to Gabor Roma beakers and roofed tankards made of antiue silver The consumer subculture organized around these objects defined as ethnicized and gendered prestige goods by the Gabor Roma living in Romania is a contemporary second hand culture based on patina oriented consumption Materializing Difference reveals the inner dynamics of the complex relationships and interactions between objects silver beaker.

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review Materializing Difference 100 S and roofed tankards and subjects Romanian Roma and investigates how these relationships and interactions contribute to the construction materialization and reformulation of social economic and political identities boundaries and differences It also discusses how after 1989 the political transformation in Romania led to the emergence of a new post socialist consumer sensitivity among the Gabor Roma and how this sensitivity reshaped the pre regime change patterns meanings and value preferences of prestige consumpti.

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  • Paperback
  • 390
  • Materializing Difference
  • Peter Berta
  • en
  • 24 June 2020
  • 9781487520403