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The “embedded consumption” refers to A. the blurring of boundaries between consumer and consumed in the use of new media B. Marxist view of the relationship between culture and capitalism C. the
excessive use of new media technologies D. the dangers in using the new media technologies
A. the blurring of boundaries between consumer and consumed in the use of new media
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User: The “embedded consumption” refers to A. the blurring of boundaries between consumer and consumed in the use of new media B. Marxist view of the relationship between culture and capitalism C. the excessive use of new media technologies D. the dangers in using the new media technologies

Weegy: A. the blurring of boundaries between consumer and consumed in the use of new media
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User: According to Grindstaff (2008), the positive aspect(s) of today’s cosmopolitan consumer culture is (are) that it A. is not bound by old hierarchies of status and distinction B. creates a great deal of cultural choice due to the use of new technologies C. is highly participatory D. All of the above

Weegy: According to Grindstaff (2008), the positive aspect(s) of today’s cosmopolitan consumer culture is (are) that it A. is not bound by old hierarchies of status and distinction.[smile]
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