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consumerism

a policy dedicated to promoting the interests of consumers as a whole.
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In addition to The Consumerist and Consumer Reports, CU's publications include ConsumerReportsHealth.
Durham's Lumiere festival is looking for shoppers to donate the Consumerist Christmas Tree project (inset) Lewis Arnold
As a way of saying thanks for all the participation in this year's tournament, Consumerist.
Can examples of consumerist citizenship be found in the non-English labour press in the United States at this time?
The consumerist paradigm has affected another favorite target of the rugged individualist: government.
The following four chapters tackle the political marketization of political parties and the media effect on the consumerist behavior of voters.
However, traditions and a consumerist culture that took roots after the discovery of oil in the early 1950s, have transformed Qatar's social fabric.
Indeed, the greatest threat of consumerism for Miller, even more than straightforward material excess and its myriad costs, is the way a consumerist orientation to things trains us to "engage culture and religion as abstract objects of consumption" (184).
In a consumerist culture, atomised behaviour and desires are held to be paramount unless decision-makers and their supporters can define, establish and defend robustly a notion of a greater good.
Prof Paul Younger believes the Government's plan to build a new generation of nuclear power stations is a sham and renewable methods could not sustain our consumerist lifestyles.
Every plastic punnet of strawberries on a bed of plastic bubble wrap, with another plastic lid, is a reminder of the waste inherent in our consumerist society.
In the opposing series of projected images--those that provide options to the consumerist trend, there are two aspects.
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