Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods

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  • Author : F Murialdo
  • Publisher : Francesca Murialdo
  • Pages : 196 pages
  • ISBN : 9788890866104
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Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods

Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods
  • Author : F Murialdo
  • Publisher : Francesca Murialdo
  • Release : 05 June 2014
GET THIS BOOK Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods

The change in the significance of goods is a process which has triggered far-reaching changes in society as the term has lost any meaning in relation to its purely functional character and increasingly come to represent symbolic and cultural contents. The practice of consumption seems today to be one of the distinctive features by means of which we can describe the social, political and economic phenomenologies which, for better or worse, influence our lives. What becomes increasingly evident and necessary

Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods

Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods
  • Author : Francesca Murialdo
  • Publisher : Francesca Murialdo
  • Release : 17 April 2013
GET THIS BOOK Practice of Consumption and Spaces for Goods

The change in the significance of goods is a process which has triggered far-reaching changes in society as the term has lost any meaning in relation to its purely functional character and increasingly come to represent symbolic and cultural contents. The practice of consumption seems today to be one of the distinctive features by means of which we can describe the social, political and economic phenomenologies which, for better or worse, influence our lives. What becomes increasingly evident and necessary

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