By Pamela Odih
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Rationalizing ‘Other’ non-Western spaces in advertising history British imperialism was a pivotal cause of the exploitation and environmental degradation associated with the expansion of Western capitalism. Historians have elsewhere provided detailed descriptive accounts of imperialist production and the attendant features of merchant ships overflowing with luxury goods destined for Western consumption (O’Connor, 1974; Larrain, 1989). Nevertheless, an often neglected aspect of imperialist expansion has been the promotion of the Empire through advertising communication.
Of particular relevance here was the use of advertising display, during the Victorian era, to ensure economic imperialism and the concerted expansion of British companies into markets overseas. The following section highlights these practices as part of a concerted imperialist effort to commodify ‘other’ non-Western spaces as part of capitalist accumulation in the late nineteenth century. Rationalizing ‘Other’ non-Western spaces in advertising history British imperialism was a pivotal cause of the exploitation and environmental degradation associated with the expansion of Western capitalism.
Advertising also witnessed steady growth and innovation. More attention was being paid to the design and layout of advertisements, and the art of ‘copyrighting’ was now considered an expertise exclusive to advertising professionals. Nevertheless editors were still reluctant to encourage the new styles of advertising, especially where designs extended beyond the width of a standard newspaper column (Dyer, 1993). Requests for display advertisements were also treated with immense incredulity, as if the newspaper might be transformed into a public hoarding by the presence of images.
Advertising in Modern and Postmodern Times (Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society) by Pamela Odih