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Temptations : sex, selling, and the department store / Gail Reekie
Bib ID 2630425
Format BookBook
Author
Reekie, Gail
 
Description St. Leonards, NSW, Australia : Allen & Unwin, 1993 
xxii, 257 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 1863733426
Series

Australian cultural studies.

Full contents
  • Pt. I. 1880-1905. 1. Private desires
  • Pt. II. 1900-30. 2. Sex, class and the mass market. 3. Scientific selling. 4. Sexed commodities. 5. Windows and interior displays
  • Pt. III. 1915-30. 6. Managing women's desires. 7. Madam intervenes: women and consumer politics. 8. Sexualised consumerism
  • Pt. IV. 1930-90. 9. Romance to pornography.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-247) and index.

Subjects Women consumers -- Australia.  |  Department stores -- Social aspects -- Australia.  |  Sales promotion -- Sex differences.

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