My possessions are mine and your possessions are mine too

Wong, P and Hogg, M K (2010) My possessions are mine and your possessions are mine too. Advances in Consumer Research, 37. ISSN 0915-5524

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Abstract

This paper investigates the nature of the boundaries between the extended self and possessions (including potentially extended possessions) for Hong Kong Chinese consumers. Eastern research has suggested a different set of boundaries and cultural interpretations of the concept of self and possessions compared with Western findings. Our findings showed that informants narrated stories not only about the gifts that they themselves had received as being their important possessions and thus constituting part of their extended self; but they also described objects that they had given as gifts to close others as part of their own possessions and thus these extended possessions potentially constituted part of their own extended selves.

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Journal Article
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Advances in Consumer Research
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45742
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Deposited On:
11 Jul 2011 18:37
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Yes
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Published
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26 Jun 2020 00:27