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From tradition to consumption: construction of a capitalist culture in South Korea
From tradition to consumption is a ground breaking work that provides a wonderfully innovative and insightful explanation of the eclipse of tradition society and the rise of a new consumer culture during South Korea's recent march to economic development. The book convincingly portrays this shift to cultural modernity as the product of larger state policies on industrialization as well as reasoned response of people to rapidly shifting forms of labour, everyday life, and state narratives. Key to this transformation from agriculture to a modern life has been the drastic alteration of the family from a unit of production to a unit of consumption.
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