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Thorsten Veblen referred to the purchase of expensive goods as a display of status and wealth as conspicuous consumption.

collective conscience. sociological imagination. conflict theory.

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Thorsten Veblen referred to the purchase of expensive goods as a display of status and wealth as conspicuous consumption.

collective conscience.
sociological imagination.
conflict theory.

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I think that the answer sociological imagination.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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