Consumerism vs Consumerdom - What's the difference?

consumerism | consumerdom |


As nouns the difference between consumerism and consumerdom

is that consumerism is a policy of protecting and informing consumers through honesty in advertising and packaging, improved safety standards etc while consumerdom is the realm or sphere of consumers or consumerism.

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.
  • consumerdom

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The realm or sphere of consumers or consumerism.
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