Consumo sostenible, ámbito social

  • Neil Michael Ayala Ayala
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Resumen

Esta revisión contribuye a un entendimiento más profundo sobre el significado de calidad de vida desde la perspectiva del consumo. Se presentan diferentes motivaciones de consumidores, así como también la contribución de los ricos y pobres a los patrones no sustentables de consumo. Esta revisión abre la discusión sobre la compleja relación que existe entre consumo, valores, identidad y los mecanismos para hacer decisiones de compra en un contexto globalizado y a la luz de la literatura relacionada. Modelos económicos más locales y simples son descritos como estrategias positivas por considerarlas formas nuevas de percibir un estilo de vida más simple y más local como positivo para el ambiente. Esta revisión enfatiza la importancia de los valores culturales y éticos, los cuales están directamente ligados a los patrones de consumo.

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2018-05-21
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AYALA, Neil Michael. Consumo sostenible, ámbito social. Revista Ecuatoriana de Medicina y Ciencias Biológicas, [S.l.], v. 39, n. 1, mayo 2018. ISSN 2477-9148. Disponible en: <http://remcb-puce.edu.ec/index.php/remcb/article/view/563>. Fecha de acceso: 21 nov. 2018 doi: https://doi.org/10.26807/remcb.v39i1.563.
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