The authors propose that identity and lifestyle movements create institutions that furnish the necessary cultural tools to support and enact a given identity.
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Your reading intentions are private to you and will not be shown to other users. I am currently working on a cultural history of young women's magazines in the s, looking at the interrelationship between femininity, consumer culture and new models of subjectivity. The project draws across archive material of magazines and marketing promotions as well as oral histories of readers and journalists from the period. Jay , eds.
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