Consumer Culture:Troublesome Trends

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Consumer Culture: Troublesome Trends Making of a New Consumer Culture Industrialization has brought more to modern society than a wealth of consumer goods. With the arrival of industrialization came the ideology of consumerism - the doctrine that the self cannot be complete without a wealth of consumer goods.# The role that our present-day society holds up to its members is the role of the consumer, and the members of our society are judged by their …

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