Consumerism vs Anticonsumerism - What's the difference?

consumerism | anticonsumerism |


As nouns the difference between consumerism and anticonsumerism

is that consumerism is a policy of protecting and informing consumers through honesty in advertising and packaging, improved safety standards etc while anticonsumerism is the movement that opposes consumerism.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

consumerism

English

Noun

(wikipedia consumerism)
  • A policy of protecting and informing consumers through honesty in advertising and packaging, improved safety standards etc
  • A materialistic attachment to possessions.
  • An economic theory that increased consumption is beneficial to a nation's economy in the long run.
  • anticonsumerism

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia anticonsumerism) (-)
  • The movement that opposes consumerism.