Looking at cultural appropriation from around the world, this volume uses the field of cultural studiesaheavily influenced by both economics and sociologyaas a lens through which to view the paradigm of transcultural consumption. The editors present a variety of consumptive phenomena including: the introduction of Chinese foods to the United States, Ford cars in Germany, and American schoolbooks in the Philippines. Rejecting the idea that these interactions were simply forms of aAmericanization, a Travelling Goods, Travelling Moods fills a gap in consumer studies and enriches the debate about cultural transfer.battery ignition, although this resulted in the ignition becoming the most common defect in daily automobile use ... In motorcycles and other light road vehicles, as well as in airplanes with piston engines, however, magneto ignition systems ... the American system aprobably as a matter ofjustified eco nomy, a but that on a small cars without selfstarter, the magneto is ... the handbook writer P. M. Heldt, a knowledgeable observer, apractically all of the cars [in Europe] carry ignition magnetos, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Travelling Goods, Travelling Moods|
|Author||:||Christian Huck, Stefan Bauernschmidt|
|Publisher||:||Campus Verlag - 2012-09|