George Ritzer Guest Post: Are Today’s Globalized Cathedrals of Consumption Tomorrow’s Global Dinosaurs?

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  1. kiyallsmith says:

    What about the role of economic policies? It seems that the rise of consumption follows Keynesianism and the fall follows neo-liberalism. As these policies become globalized (or not), the global economy is impacted too.


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