|Title: ||Men, masculinities and menswear advertising, c.1890-1914|
|Citation: ||In: Benson, J. and Ugolini, L. (Authors), A Nation of Shopkeepers: Retailing in Britain 1550-2000, 80-104|
|Publisher: ||London: I. B. Tauris & Co. Ltd.|
|Issue Date: ||2002 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.ibtauris.com/display.asp?K=9781860647093&sf_01=CAUTHOR&st_01=ugolini&sf_02=CTITLE&sf_03=KEYWORD&sf_04=identifier&m=2&dc=2|
|Abstract: ||"A Nation of Shopkeepers" reflects research on retail history and cultures of consumption. The contributors challenge existing ideas about retail development, showing how, for example, large-scale retailers played a far lesser role in the development of the modern city that is generally thought, and how the success of department stores was determined less by "entrepreneurial" spirit and more by the unforseen consequences of legislation. With the growing interest in cultures of consumption, this book should be useful to specialists and students in retail history, human geography and social and cultural history. (I.B. Taurus publishers)|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
|Keywords: ||Advertising history|
20th century clothing
19th century clothing
|Appears in Collections: ||Trade, Retailing and Consumption History Group|
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