Daniel Miller (anthropologist)

Daniel Miller (born 1954) is an anthropologist most closely associated with studies of our relationships to things and the consequences of consumption. His theoretical work was first developed in ''Material Culture and Mass Consumption'' and is summarised more recently in his book ''Stuff''. This is concerned to transcend the usual dualism between subject and object and to study how social relations are created through consumption as an activity. More recently as the founder of the digital anthropology programme at University College London (UCL), and the director the [http://www.ucl.ac.uk/why-we-post Why We Post] and [https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/assa/ ASSA] projects he has pioneered the study of digital anthropology and especially ethnographic research on the use and consequences of social media and smartphones as part of the everyday life of ordinary people around the world. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2000
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 1994
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 1997
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2000
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 1991
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 1994
...Miller, Daniel, 1954- Modernity, an ethnographic approach....
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2010
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2014
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2011
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2014
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 1998
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by Miller, Daniel, 1954-
Published 2017
...Miller, Daniel, 1954- author. Comfort of people...
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