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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2014. № 3. Part 2. P. 125-127.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philosophical Sciences
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CONSUMER SOCIETY: FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT STAGES

Logunova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University


Abstract. The general feature of our time is youth’s orientation at transient values. The economic orientation of consumer society directly influences society values. In this connection the consideration of consumer society problems is very topical and timely. In the article the main stages of consumer society formation, younger generation’s dependence on material values are considered.
Key words and phrases: общество потребления, ценности, этапы становления общества потребления, экономическая ориентация, социальное положение, массовое потребление, рынок, consumer society, values, consumer society formation stages, economic orientation, social condition, mass .
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