Suitably Modern Making Middle-Class Culture in a New Consumer Society
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Description: Traces the growth of a new middle class in Kathmandu, as urban Nepalis harness the modern cultural resources of mass media and consumer goods to build modern identities and pioneer a new socio-cultural space in one of the world's 'least developed countries'.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 11/17/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|Modern Nepali History and the Rise of the Middle Class|
|Class and Consumerism|
|Middle-Class Consciousness:"Hanging between the High and the Low"|
|Consumer Culture in Kathmandu:"Playing with Your Brain"|
|"Doing Fashion" in Kathmandu: Class and the Consumer Public|
|Media Consumption in Kathmandu|
|The Social Practice of Cinema and Video Viewing in Kathmandu|
|Media Cultures: The Global in the Local|
|Youth and the Experience of Modernity|
|Constructing the Modern Youth|
|Modernity, Time, and Place: Youth Culture in Kathmandu|
|The Space of Class: Toward an Anthropology of Middle-Class Cultural Practice|