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100 1  Wallman, James. 
245 10 Stuffocation :|bwhy we've had enough of stuff and need 
       experience more than ever /|cJames Wallman.|h[Axis 360 
       electronic resource] 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bSpiegel & Grau,|c[2015] 
300    1 online resource 
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500    Includes index. 
520    "For many of us, our possessions and the lifestyle that 
       goes along with them are causing more stress than 
       happiness--otherwise known as "keeping up with the 
       Joneses" or what Alain de Botton calls "status anxiety." 
       But James Wallman argues that we are approaching a tipping
       point with regard to materialism. People are turning away 
       from the endless drive to consume in favor of a simpler, 
       more streamlined way of living. The shift is already 
       underway: influential millennials favor Zipcars over 
       owning cars, share music on Spotify, and read e-books 
       rather than accumulating a bulky physical library. Wallman
       blames our obsession with "stuff" on the original Mad Men 
       who first "created desire" through advertising, with 
       unintended consequences that ripple through our lives 
       today. He interviews anthropologists studying the 21st 
       century clutter crisis, consults with scientists who have 
       linked "stuffocation" to rising cortisol levels and 
       declining psychological wellbeing, and introduces us to 
       the innovators who are already choosing "experience" over 
       "stuff." A paradigm-shifting look at how and why we 
       consume, and an inspiring manifesto for living more with 
       less"--|cProvided by publisher. 
588    Description based on print version record. 
650  0 Consumption (Economics)|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Consumer behavior. 
650  0 Quality of life. 
650  0 Well-being. 
650  0 Simplicity. 
776 08 |iElectronic reproduction of (manifestation):|aWallman, 
       James.|tStuffocation|dNew York : Spiegel & Grau, [2015]
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