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and +1. Albert de la Bruhèze In this book, historians Ruth Oldenziel and Mikael Hård spotlight the people who made. Albert de la Bruhèze. But in the making of Europe, consumers, tinkerers, and rebels were an unrecognized force-until now. In this book, historians Ruth Oldenziel and Mikael Hård spotlight the people who made Europe-by appropriating technology, protesting for and against it. Using examples from Britain and the Continent, the authors illustrate the conflicts that accompanied the modern technologies, from the sewing machine to the bicycle, the Barbie doll to personal computers. What emerges is a fascinating portrait of how Europeans have lived, from the 1850s to the current century.

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Oldenziel, R. & Bervoets, . 2009, Manufacturing technology, manufacturing consumers : the making of Dutch consumer society. Bruhèze, de la, A. A. & Oldenziel, R. (ed.

Mass consumption is never self-evident. Consumption develops in tandem with production and with new social and institutional arrangements. Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Consumers considers the relation by focusing on the production and consumption of new technologies. It shows how twentieth-century technologies became socially embedded through the activities and interactions of a host of new institutions and organizations including state agencies, consumer and producer associations, corporate organizations, and research institutes. These institutional actors simultaneously imaged, represented, projected, negotiated, and produced new products, consumer practices, and ideas about the consumer. The room for negotiation these actors possessed in the mediated design of technology, its use, and its users depended on social institutions and their power relations.Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Consumers considers how state, civil society, and market relations configured that space differently according to historical circumstance. The book maps the making of Dutch consumer society as part and parcel of the variegated European consumer society through the mediated production and consumption of new technologies, i.e. houses, kitchens, cars, snacks, and radio and TV sets.
Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Consumers: The Making of Dutch Consumer Society download epub
Economics
Author: Adri Albert de la Bruhèze,Ruth Oldenziel
ISBN: 9052603340
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press; Aksant Imprint edition (April 15, 2009)
Pages: 249 pages