Winners And Losers In A Consumer Society

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Essay Plan:

Outline who are the winners and losers in a consumer society.


Paragraph 1

Outline – short general explanation/ to give the main features or general idea of.

Consumer society – Point out this essay is looking at consumer society.

Who – highlight the essay is looking at who.

The winners and losers - define this concept in the introduction as it is the main content phrase in the essay question. There are three parts include in the main body that discribe in the esssay.

The first part will introduce Mr Iygumnt Bauman´s The seduced and repressed concept and what does he mean by the concept and who are those as he discribe as the seduced and the repressed.

The second part will look at the power of grant supermarkets play a role in a consumer society as a winner.

The main body:

Paragraph 2

Introducing and define Mr Iygumnt Bauman´s The seduced and repressed group division in a consumer society.

What does he mean and who are those as he discribe as the seduced

Paragraph 3

What does he mean and who are those as Bauman´s discribe as the repressed. And a summeried for both.

Paragraph 4

Introducing and by using the postive sum and zero sum define the grant supermarkets role as a winner in a consumer society and it effects related to

small businesses,

suppliers´s workers in forigen countries (paragraph 5)


Paragraph 6

To sum up all parts in the main body and conclusion and define who are the winners and lossers in a consumers society.

Question: Outline who are the winners and losers in consumer society.  

Today consumption plays

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