Politics, products, and markets : exploring political consumerism past and present / edited by Michelle Micheletti, Andreas Follesdal, and Dietlind Stolle.
Associated Name: Micheletti, Michele.
Associated Name: Føllesdal, Andreas.
Associated Name: Stolle, Dietlind, 1967-
Associated Name: International Seminar on Political Consumerism (2001 : Stockholm, Sweden)
Publication year: [2006, c2004]
Call Number JF799 .P54 2006
Media class: Book
Edition: 1st paperback ed.
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers
Revisions of papers presented at the International Seminar on Political Consumerism held in Stockholm, May-June 2001.
Additional information: xxvi, 311 p. ; 23 cm.
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Political consumerism as chance and challenge / Andreas Follesdal -- Selling virtue : political and economic contradictions of green/ethical marketing in the United Kingdom / Paul Kennedy -- Using consumer boycotts to stimulate corporate policy changes : marketplace, media, and moral considerations / Monroe Friedman -- Political consumer action : some cautionary notes from African American history / Cheryl Greenberg -- Tracing the American roots of the political consumerism movement / David Vogel -- Branded political communication : lifestyle politics, logo campaigns, and the rise of global citizenship / W. Lance Bennett -- The Nike sweatshop email : political consumerism, Internet, and culture jamming / Jonah Peretti (with Michele Micheletti) -- The industrial roots of contemporary political consumerism : the case of the French standardization movement / Franck Cochoy -- Consumer responsibility-taking and eco-labeling schemes in Europe / Andrew Jordan ... [et al.] -- Legitimizing political consumerism : the case of forest certification in North America and Europe / Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, and Deanna Newsom -- Who are these political consumers anyway? Survey evidence from Denmark / Jørgen Goul Andersen and Mette Tobiasen -- Consumption, risk, and civic engagement : citizens as risk-handlers / Bente Halkier -- Why more women? Issues of gender and political consumerism / Michele Micheletti -- Consumers as political participants? Shifts in political action repertoires in western societies / Dietlind Stolle and Marc Hooghe.
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