All these things help control the consumerist
influence of marketing on the shape and spirit of public space.
was forwarded a message a Comcast customer received that noted a change in billing was in store at the start of 2017.
Why isn't there a rational debate about an alternative to the consumerist
Washington, February 17 (ANI): Social-networking giant Facebook revised its user Terms of Service (TOS) without much noise on February 4, according to the Consumerist
The sentiment of spending; intimate relationships and the consumerist
environment in the works of Zola, Rachilde, Maupassant, and Huysmans.
In a week in which Sunderland manager Roy Keane complained that too few players were willing to move to the region for consumerist
reasons, Mido said: "I decided to come because I like the shopping here
It is also possible, as Jennifer Cole's article suggests, that globalization--particularly its economic aspects, but also its consumerist
facets still to be discussed--can affect certain societies independent of the modernity model.
It seems curious that consumerist
attitudes should stop at the hospital door.
Though Beshty himself figures, in some form, in many of his works--one notable exception here being Paired Adonis, 2002, which features a large-scale photo of a lithe male nude twinned with his stereoscopic double--he rarely reveals his face, directing the viewer's attention instead toward the consumerist
accoutrements from which, the artist suggests, we all build our identities.
He's a trendy bad boy, like Bret Easton Ellis, whose ``American Psycho'' essayed the dismaying life of a consumerist
serial killer, or Dale Peck, a gleefully irresponsible book critic whose recent ``Hatchet Jobs'' attacks writers far better than he (Don DeLillo, David Foster Wallace, Ian McEwan) with all the critical acumen of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.
Steven Spielberg's comedy about a con boy who passes himself off as a pilot, doctor, history professor, and attorney general nicely parodies the ways a consumerist
society encourages us to spend ourselves into debt trying to obtain what money can't buy.
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