1. Berger, John Ways of Seeing, chapter 7, Penguin/B.B C, 1972. Recommended.
2. Earth Works Group 5O Simple Things You Can Do To Save The Earth, New English Library!1989
3.ECRA The Ethical Consumer Guide to Everyday Shopping, ECRA Publishing, 1993.
4. The Green Alliance the Little Green Book, 1979
5. From, Erich. To Have or To Be? Abacus, 1993. Recommended
[Global Excess] 6. Illich,Ivan Deschooling Society. Calder Boyars. 1971 Recommended.
7. Holliman, Jonathan Consumers' Guide to the Protection of the environrnent, Pan, 1971
8. Lang, Tim and Hines, Colin The New Protectionism, Earthscan, 1993. Recommended
9. Meadows, DH, Meadows, DL & Randers J. Beyond the Limits. Earthscan 1992
10. Robertson, Jame, Future Wealth Cassell, 1990
11. Socialist Party Ecology and Socialism, 1990.
12. Williamson. Judith. Decoding Advertisements. Marion Boyars, 1978

1. Benson. John The Rise of the Consumer Society in Britain Longman, 1994 Social History 1880-1980.
2. Bocock, Robert Consumption Routledge. 1993. Sociology
3. Cooper, Tim Beyond Recycling. New Economics Foundation 1994
4. Cross, Gary. Time and Money The Making of a Consumer Culture. Routledge, 1993
5. Durning, Alan How Much is Enough? Earthscan, 1993. Recommended.
6. Featherstone, Mike. Consumer Culture and Post-Modernism. Sage, 1933.
7. Fine, Ben and Leopold, Ellen. World of Consumption. Routledge, 1993.
8. Leiss. William The Climb to Satisfaction. Marion Boyars, 1978.
9. Miller, Daniel Material Culture and Mass Consumption Blackwell, 1987
10. Ritzer, George. The McDonaldization of Society Sage, 1993.
11. Shields, Rob. Lifestyle Shopping: the Subject of Consumption Blackwell, 1992

1. Adbusters, published by Adbusters' Media Foundation. 1243 W. 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V6H 1P7, Canada.
2. Advice, Newsletter of the Center for the Study of Commercialism, 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20009.
3. Ethical Consumer, ECRA Publishing Ltd.,16, Nicholas Street, Manchester M1 4EJ. See especially issue no. 27, January 1994.
4. Living Green, Magazine of the Lifestyle Mowment, Little Gidding, Huntingdon, PE17 SRJ.
5. Utusan Konsumer, Consumers' Association of Penang, 228 Macalister Road, 10400 Penang, Malaysia.

"When I give food to the poor,
they call me a saint.
When I ask why the poor have no food,
they call me a communist"
Dom Helder Camara

1. Cooper, Stuart. Consumensm, Red - Green Network Newsletter, October 1994.
2. Fielding, Helen. Spoilt for Choice in all the clutter, Independent on Sunday, 06/03/94, p.23.
3. MilieuDefensie. Sustainable Netherlands - A Perspective for changing Northern Lifestyles. c/o FoE UK, 26-28 Underwood Street, London N1 7TQ.
4. Fine, Ben. Consumerism and the Industrial Revolution, Social History, May 1990, pp.151-79.
5. Levy, Deborah. Me, Myself and I, New Statesman and Society, 16th December, 1994.
6. Lomas, Jane. Spending: the Addiction of the Eighties, Independent,13/09/88, p.15.
7. Moore, Suzanne. Shopping and the Demeaning of Life, The Guardian, 09/02/95, 2, p.5.
8. Pearce, Hanna. Ethical Dilemmas, New Statesman & Society, 14/01/94,pp.30-1.
9. Postman, Neil. They Came, We Saw, They Conquered. [The export of American TV consumerism] The Times, 27/12/85, p.12.
10. Seaorook, Jeremy. Stereotypes in Advertising, [How advertising serves the 'culture of wanting'.] New Society, 18/03/88, pp.12-14.
11. Soper and Williamson. Consuming Needs, Red Pepper, January 1995, pp.24-27.
12. Weese, Sandra. In for a Penny, in for 70,000 pound. [Shopaholics] 06/01/94,pp.12-13.
13. Wright, Patrick. Sad Aisle Lands of Dreams, The Guardian, 22/12194.
14. Yeates, Padraig. Consumer Society Crime, The Listener, 17/10/85, p.12.

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