Material Goods, Moving Hands
Perceiving Production in England, 1700-1830, Smith, Kate, Hardcover
Explores how individuals understood production processes in new ways during the eighteenth century. It examines a series of different groups - consumers, retailers, designers, manufacturers and workers - to show how their means of perceiving production changed in this period. In doing so, it reorients current discussions of consumption and production to see them as interrelated entities.