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by Paul Martin

  • ISBN: 0718502671
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Paul Martin
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group (June 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 192 pages
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Are you sure you want to remove Popular collecting and the everyday self from your list? Popular collecting and the everyday self. the reinvention of museums? by Martin, Paul. Published 1999 by Leicester University Press in London, UK, New York. Leicester museum studies, Leicester museum studies series. xi, 179 p. : Number of pages.

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Museums and collectors should converge to form a mutually beneficial . Paperback, 192 pages. Be the first to ask a question about Popular Collecting and the Everyday Self. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Museums and collectors should converge to form a mutually beneficial knowledge-sharing forum, which can strengthen and deepen communal bonds, and act as an anchor in a changing and diversifying museum profession and in an increasingly individualistic society. Published June 1st 2001 by Leicester University (first published 1999). Popular Collecting and the Everyday Self: The Reinvention of Museums? (Leicester Museum Studies).

Private popular collecting is also compared with that of museums, finding both potential and need for a closer relationship. It is argued that as collectors develop in sophistication, museums can partially redefine themselves through them

Private popular collecting is also compared with that of museums, finding both potential and need for a closer relationship. It is argued that as collectors develop in sophistication, museums can partially redefine themselves through them. There are a number of areas in which collectors and museums are increasingly overlapping. Museums, it is proposed, should take advantage of this by copying collectors in the wider community

Collecting and the Everyday Self : The Reinvention of Museums? . This work is an attempt to explore both the increase in and the breadth of popular collecting in Britain.

Popular Collecting and the Everyday Self : The Reinvention of Museums? by Paul Martin. It does this by examining the contexts of social change of the past 20 years. This change, it is argued, has led to a culture of social and material insecurity, in which collecting is used for the creation and defence of identity. The social world and values of collectors are explored through their clubs.

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Martin, Paul 1998 Popular Collecting and the Everyday Self: The Reinvention of Museums? Leicester University Press, London. A theory of Shopping. Miller, Daniel, and Fiona R. Parrott 2007 Death, Ritual and Material Culture in South London. Hart Socio-Legal Group, Oxford.

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This work is an attempt to explore both the increase in and the breadth of popular collecting in Britain. It does this by examining the contexts of social change of the past 20 years. This change, it is argued, has led to a culture of social and material insecurity, in which collecting is used for the creation and defence of identity. The social world and values of collectors are explored through their clubs. These, it is asserted, comprise an alternative society, one in which a legitimization of the collector's activities and preferences can be made and in which they develop complementary reality. It is argued that as collectors develop in sophistication, museums are increasingly overlapping. Museums and collectors should converge to form a mutually beneficial knowledge-sharing forum, which can strengthen and deepen communal bonds, and act as an anchor in a changing and diversifying museum profession and in an increasingly individualistic society.

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