Meaning and Resistance in the Voluntary Simplicity Movement.

Golden Dome Notre Dame
Department of Sociology

Working Paper and Technical Report Series

 http://www.nd.edu/~soc2/workpap/

NOTE: The Working Paper Series has been discontinued but the old papers remain available.  Several faculty now offer working papers on their own web sites or will provide them upon request.

Papers and Reports Currently Available

| 2004 | 2003 |2002 |2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 

2003, #7: Joseph D. Rumbo & Stephen Zavestoski.  In Search of “The Good Life” without Consumer Goods: Meaning and Resistance in the Voluntary Simplicity Movement.
2003, #8: Joseph D. Rumbo.  Marketing the Hegemonic Consumer Self.

2002, #1: Joseph D Rumbo. Presenting the Hegemonic Consumer Self: Meaning, Identity, and Difference in Advertising.
2002, #2: Joseph D Rumbo and Stephen Zavestoski. Envisioning “The Good Life” without Consumer Goods: Meaning and Resistance in the Voluntary Simplicity Movement.
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