Characteristics of consumerism:
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With the influence of consumerism, the Buddhist community is converted into a marketplace where not only amulets but also merit and ceremonies are sold as commodities. During the past few decades, Thai Buddhist teachings, beliefs, and practices have been transformed dramatically, taking on many of the characteristics of consumerism, as follows:
Characteristics of wise consumer
Some past studies concerning attitudes toward consumer public policy issues have attempted to distinguish characteristics of consumerism supporters from those of nonsupporters. Results to date have been largely inconsistent. This study incorporates a solution preference dimension into the supporter/nonsupporter analysis in order to help resolve past identification anomalies and to suggest a theoretical explanation for diverse orientations. More specifically, a two‐dimensional theory of consumerism orientations is developed and tested as a special case of Rokeach's broader Two‐Value Theory of Political Orientations. The survey data presented tend to general support the hypothesized theoretical structure.
Consumer exposes their behavior when they purchase products or services. Consumer behavior is affected by culture, subculture, social class, motivational factors, etc. There have some characteristics of consumer behavior. These are given below: