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James Fisk UGC112 Laticia McNoughton 5/1/11 There are many arguments for and against the spread of consumer culture worldwide. Some say that it pulls people out of the real world and causes them to live their lives through the allure of companies and their products. However, the spread of consumer culture causes a need for mass production, causing a need for more jobs in order to make, advertise and sell the products. This makes the spread of consumer culture worldwide a good thing in my eyes. Some of the products are outrageous and cause people to pull away from their real lives, but they allow for money to be put back into the economy and for future advancements to be made, making it a good thing. My standards for determining this are looking at what is best for the economy, and society. There is a need for more jobs and money, the spread of consumption causes a need for more products to be made faster, which should eventually cause a need for more workers. This will also cause more money to be brought in by that company and will allow for these extra jobs
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course UGC 112 taught by Professor Barry during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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