Call for contributions; Issue 3, Volume 6. Consumerism, and Cultures in Consumption
Significantly enough, contemporary critical approaches to (excessive) consumption may also be filtered through the same gauge, though they may not always judge qualitatively (albeit they provide insightful commentaries on the cultural phenomenon that ‘consumption’ and consumerism essentially is). And studies analysing this phenomenon in contemporary times of Globalisation provide the crucial impetus to discourses on the same.
It is precisely this that would be the prime focus of this issue of Literophile, where Consumerism, and Cultures in Consumption would be variously discoursed upon, particularly under the rubric of Cultural Studies.
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