1 fashion identity and social change 2 working class clothing and the experience of social class in the nineteenth century 3 fashion democratization and social control 4 womens clothing behavior as nonverbal resistance symbolic boundaries alternative dress and public space 5. Crane compares nineteenth century societies france and the united states where social class was the most salient aspect of social identity signified in clothing with late twentieth century america where lifestyle gender sexual orientation age and ethnicity are more meaningful to individuals in constructing their wardrobes. Review fashion and its social agendas class gender and identity in clothing user review leonard houx goodreads fashion and its social agendas compiles an impressive amount of historical research on a fascinating topic. Fashion and its social agendas class gender and identity in clothing review paul jordan smith journal of american folklore volume 117 number 463 winter 2004 pp. Fashion and its social agendas compiles an impressive amount of historical research on a fascinating topic despite this the book was remarkably boring by avoiding both historical detail and conceptual depth
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