Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Καταναλωτισμός»
these statements are not in any way in contradiction, but the structure implies the falsity of the first part
(these statements are not in any way in contradiction, but the structure implies the falsity of the first part)
'''Consumerism''' is a term used to describe the effects of equating personal [[happiness]] with purchasing material possessions and [[Consumption (economics)|consumption]]. It is often associated with criticisms of consumption starting with [[Karl Marx]] and [[Thorstein Veblen]]
In [[economics]], ''consumerism'' can also refer to economic policies that place an emphasis on consumption, and, in an abstract sense, the belief that the free choice of consumers should dictate the economic structure of a society (cf. [[Producerism]], especially in the British sense of the term).