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In-text: (Dittmar, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Dittmar, H., 2008. Consumer Culture, Identity and Well-Being: The search for the "good life" and the "body perfect". East Sussex: Psychology Press.
In-text: (Freeman, 1980)
Your Bibliography: Freeman, R., 1980. The Evolution of the American Labor Market, 1948-80. The American Economy in Transition, pp.349-414.
In-text: (Lamb, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Lamb, V., 2011. The 1950’s and the 1960’s and the American Woman : the transition from the ”housewife” to the feminist.
In-text: (Logemann, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Logemann, J., 2008. Different Paths to Mass Consumption: Consumer Credit in the United States and West Germany during the 1950s and 60s. Journal of Social History, Spring, 41(3), pp.525-559.
In-text: (Mamiya, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Mamiya, C., 1992. Pop Art and Consumer Culture: The Cult of Domesticity and Consumption in the home (Chapter 4). Pop Art and Consumer Culture: American Super Market, pp.112-131.
In-text: (Roth, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Roth, B., 2004. Seperate Roads to Feminism: Black, Chicana and White Feminist Movements in America's Second Wave. 1st ed. New York: Cambridge University Press.
In-text: (Sassatelli, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Sassatelli, R., 2007. Consumer Culture: History, Theory and Politics. 1st ed. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
In-text: (Stewart and Settles, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Stewart, A. and Settles, I., 1998. Women and the Social Movements of the 1960s: Activists, Engaged Observers, and Nonparticipants. Political Psychology, 19(1), pp.63-92.
In-text: (Whiteley, 1987)
Your Bibliography: Whiteley, N., 1987. Toward a Throw-Away Culture. Consumerism, 'Style Obsolescence' and Cultural Theory in the 1950s and 1960s. Oxford Art Journal, [online] 10(2), pp.3-27. Available at: <http://JSTOR> [Accessed 1 April 2021].
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