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Writing when design departments dominated engineering departments (Flink 1988; Gartman 1994), these authors found magic in the fantastical designs of cars themselves. After designs became more functional in the 1970s, commentators used advertising to explore the cultural meaning of cars. Todd Gitlin maintained that “the car has been a kind of centaur: half conveyance, half fantasy” (1986, 140) while Andrew Wernick argued that cars have been “vehicles for myth” intrinsically bound up with promotional imagery and signs of modernity (1994, 78).
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Belly Dancing Basics by Laura Cooper, Sarah Skinner