Visual Studies Chapter 7

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wealth, abundance of material goods
the norm (presumed to be white, male, north american, rich)
exotic, otherness, primality. Closer to nature, innocence, beauty
based on the ideology of consumption, freedom of choice and cult of the new. A promise of choice, one gets to select.
celebrity, prestige, honors
as mass-produced objects are emptied of the meaning of their production, they are filled with new meanings that mystify the object (glamour, sex appeal, cool)
the deliberate manufacture of shoddy goods or the constant updating of styles in order to require the purchase of replacements.
socially networed, knowing many people and being able to create opportunities
use of binary in order to establish difference
a process by which abstract ideas are made real and concrete eg. Commodities given human qualities or aura.
self-improvement through the acquisition of material objects pops up after the great depression. People felt responsibility to buy and support the economy. People are inadequate, a
ads that speak to viewers with knowing collusion about the act of advertising itself.
creating a name or symbol associated with a product in order to promote recognition, identity and consumer loyalty
the lavish spending on goods meant to deliberately display wearlth and social status
false sense of uniqueness
economic system based on private ownership of the production and distributed goods. Private property is the main characteristic, and businesses compete.
rerouting of images and graphics from popular culture to convey new, contrary meanings.
subversive interventions into media and products in the public space, feeling of intervening
taste, connoisseurship, knowledge of cultural artifacts.

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