by Grant McCrackenThanks are also due to the following individuals for their comments on earlier versions of the paper: Russel Belk, K. Katherine Burke is especially thanked for her willingness to serve as an expert informant. This paper offers a cultural account of the constellation of consumer goods and meanings in North America called "homeyness. The paper considers the physical, symbolic and pragmatic properties of homeyness, and attempts to show its cultural character and consequences. This paper offers a cultural account of the constellation of consumer goods and meanings called "homeyness" in modem North America. It draws on anthropological theory, ethnographic research, and a wide range of social scientific scholarship to consider the cultural characteristics and consequences of this neglected cultural phenomenon. The account is divided into four parts.
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