Fashion as Communication
Psychology Press, 2002 - 209 σελίδες
In this fully revised and updated edition, Malcolm Barnard introduces fashion and clothing as ways of communicating and challening class, gender, sexual and social identities.What kinds of things do fashion and clothing say about us? What does it mean to wear Gap or Gaultier, Milletts or Moschino? Are there any real differences between Hip-Hop style and Punk anti-styles? In this fully revised and updated edition, Malcolm Barnard introduces fashion and clothing as ways of communicating and challenging class, gender, sexual and social identities.Drawing on a range of theoretical approaches from Barthes and Baudrillard to Marxist, psychoanalytic and feminist theory, Barnard addresses the ambivalent status of fashion in contemporary culture.
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FASHION CLOTHING COMMUNICATION
THE FUNCTIONS OF FASHION AND CLOTHING
FASHION CLOTHING AND MEANING
FASHION CLOTHING AND THE REPRODUCTION
FASHION CLOTHING AND SOCIAL REVOLUTION
FASHION CLOTHING AND POSTMODERNITY
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