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Financialization of daily life

By: Martin, Randy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Philadelphia Temple University Press 2002Description: vii, 230 p.ISBN: 9781566399883.Subject(s): Cost and standard of living -- United States | Finance -- United States | Inflation (Finance) -- United StatesDDC classification: 332.0973 Summary: The influence of financial calculations and judgments, and his valuable starting point is that financialization, having fundamentally altered American business over the past four decades, is well on its way to doing the same to other areas of U.S. life....His themes are superb. Martin shows how economic change operates as much at the level of lived experience as it does at the level of ideology and his arguments should interest anyone concerned with the impact of financialization on recent art and criticism. (http://www.temple.edu/tempress/titles/1615_reg.html)
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The influence of financial calculations and judgments, and his valuable starting point is that financialization, having fundamentally altered American business over the past four decades, is well on its way to doing the same to other areas of U.S. life....His themes are superb. Martin shows how economic change operates as much at the level of lived experience as it does at the level of ideology and his arguments should interest anyone concerned with the impact of financialization on recent art and criticism. (http://www.temple.edu/tempress/titles/1615_reg.html)

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