Consuming places, consuming in places

Drawing on developments from the tradition of good anthropology, which sees the relationship with objects as constitutive of all human social experience, Isadora Lins França clearly and systematically develops the view that the market and consumption play a central role in production and development. social recognition of subjects, identities and styles linked to homosexuality. The researcher takes the reader into the universe of nightlife spaces in São Paulo, a sample of some of its spaces for sociability, flirting and leisure.

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