Global and everyday matters of consumption: on the productive assemblage of pharmaceuticals and obesity [Book Review]

Theory and Society 39 (5):555-573 (2010)

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Keywords Consumption  Everyday life  Globalization  Obesity  Pharmaceutical industry
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DOI 10.1007/s11186-010-9122-4
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