Consuming America : A Data-Driven Analysis of the United States as a Reference Culture in Dutch Public Discourse on Consumer Goods, 1890-1990

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Wevers, M.J.H.F.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject: Digitized Newspapers | Coca-Cola | Digital Humanities | Americanization | Text Mining | Cigarettes | Consumer Goods

Consuming America offers a data-driven, longitudinal analysis of the historical dynamics that have underpinned a long-term, layered cultural-historical process: the emergence of the United States as a dominant reference culture in Dutch public discourse on consumer good... View more
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