Juliet’s Books

Consumerism and Its Discontents

New York: Oxford University Press. forthcoming 2011.

Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth

New York: The Penguin Press. 2010.

Born to Buy: The Commercialized Child and the New Consumer Culture

New York: Scribner. 2004.

Sustainable Planet: Solutions for the 21st Century, eds., Juliet B. Schor and Betsy Taylor

Boston: Beacon Press. 2002.

The Consumer Society: A Reader, eds., Douglas Holt and Juliet B. Schor

New York: New Press,. 2000.

Do Americans Shop Too Much?

Boston: Beacon Press, 2000.

The Overspent American: Upscaling, Downshifting and the New Consumer

New York: Basic Books. 1998.

The Overworked American: The Unexpected Decline of Leisure

New York: Basic Books. 1992.

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  3. Betsy Barnum says:

    I have been teaching Born to Buy in a research writing class at the University of North Dakota. I have noticed that it comes with two different covers–one with a young girl shopping, and one showing a baby inside a shopping bag. I have the one with the little girl. Is the baby-in-a-bag cover indicative of a new edition? The publication date seems to be the same but I want to make sure that if the book has been updated, I am using the most recent edition.

    Thanks so much.

  4. Juliet Schor says:

    So far as I know the hardback is the one with the baby in the bag, the paperback is the girl shopping. The books are the same, but I did add a forward to the paperback. Are you
    finding two different covers within either hard or soft?

  5. Juliet Schor says:

    No the baby in the bag is my previous book, Born to Buy, about marketing to kids.
    Plenitude is the hardback.
    True Wealth is the paperback.
    Blame the publisher! They wanted to change the title.

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