SECTION 2 - ARTISTIC PRODUCTION AND POLITICS - Satirising the bourgeois worldview: Patrick Hamilton's Impromptu in Moribundia - Following on from his earlier piece, Maycroft reviews this critical work of Patrick Hamilton's literature, and positions it within a wider cultural politics, resistant to the diminution of life to the cultural stereotypes of consumer 'life-style'.
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Capital & class : CC. - London [u.a.] : Sage Publ, ISSN 0309-8168, ZDB-ID 7512314. - 2004, 84, p. 77-82
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SECTION 1 - CULTURAL ECONOMICS - Cultural consumption and the myth of life-style - Neil Maycroft provides a detailed analysis of the banality that characterises the discussion of 'life-style' within contemporary cultural commentary, as a symptom of a wider ideology of consumerism.
Maycroft, Neil, (2004)
Maycroft, Neil, (2009)
CULTURE - Re-valorizing Rubbish: Some Critical Reflections on 'Green' Product Strategies - The Article examines so-called 'green' product strategies advocated by various ecological commentators. It critically speculates upon their deployment within processes of capitalist products and consumption.
Maycroft, Neil, (2000)
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