Professor George Ritzer discusses consumption as more important than production as a driver of the economy. He describes prosumption as the production of something concurrent with the consumption of something else. Entities like Facebook profit from prosumption. Ritzer also explains his concept of McDonaldization and refutes a few criticisms.
George Ritzer Discusses Consumption
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