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  • The real problem with Consumed is that while Barber does a fine job of laying out the evils of Capitalism, the book fails to put forward a revolutionary program of change.

    Book Review: Consumed: How Markets Corrupt Children, Infantilize Adults, And Swallow Citizens Whole

  • The fact that Benjamin Barber won't say it in his book Consumed is what makes this book pointless to read.

    Book Review: Consumed: How Markets Corrupt Children, Infantilize Adults, And Swallow Citizens Whole

  • The argument of Consumed is a barrage of small facts tenuously connected by undermotivated pet theories exhumed from the graveyard of 20th century social theory — Freud, Marcuse, Adorno,

    In Search of Higher Pleasures

  • The New York Times Magazine's "Consumed" columnist wants us to look around at some of the Crescent City's down-at-the-heels architecture and view it in a new way.

    J. Michael Welton: Urban Storytelling in New Orleans

  • He tells that, while writing the "Consumed" column for the New York Times Magazine, he heard from various trend watchers that the Internet age had brought forth a new species of consumer: the Homo Economicus.

    Unhidden Persuaders

  • Plastikman "Consumed" tour opening for Brahms debut of Symphony No. 4 in 1885

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  • Walker writes the weekly "Consumed" column for The New York Times Magazine and for several years now has observed the evolution of marketing and advertising as technology and a fragmenting media have made consumers increasingly hard for companies to reach.

    Statesman - AP Sports

  • Her "Consumed" series, which documents America's fast food culture and was featured in "Exposures" in March, has been supported by grants from The Puffin Foundation and the White House News Photographers 'Association.

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  • Although she's not exactly sure why her "Consumed" project gained traction when it did, she attributes its momentum to the series maturing, and thinks perhaps the timeliness of the subject matter and her treatment of it were also factors.

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  • One is to read Benjamin Barber's book 'Consumed', great on bringing to light the older consumer's 'drive' to be young-like (or hip).

    Marketing Profs Daily Fix

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