Shopping Centres and Sustainability: The Localisation of Consumerism in Community Life
This paper examines the way in which major shopping centres have helped to conjoin commodity consumption with social life in suburban Sydney, Australia.
||Sustainability, Shopping Centre, Retail, Consumerism, Local, History, Community
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.85-94.
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Matt Bailey is studying for his PhD in modern history at Macquarie University. Matt is particularly interested in the history of consumerism and its impact on social and cultural life. His PhD thesis is examining the emergence and proliferation of shopping centres in Sydney, Australia.
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