The hunk’s body is thus set in a dialogical relationship with capitalism; ethnographic findings are contextualized within a framework of economic, social and historical theory that entangle consumption and desire with issues such as aesthetic production, the politics of looking, shame, permissibility, and the evolving role of fantasy within the ideology of consumerism.

Excerpt from:
Consuming Desire: Deconstructing the Strip-show Hunk

Kira Craft, MA Fashion Studies ’16

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