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  • n. An advocate of producerism.


producer +‎ -ist (Wiktionary)


  • (For the time being, I'll use the term producerist instead of participatory, because I feel it has a more dynamic flavor to it.) > > Producerist disciples are not respectors of persons.


  • This enabled them to express their anti-elitist or populist "producerist" values of self-discipline, honesty, frugality, and industry; they denounced greed, and sought an interdependent common good.

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  • "producerist" order preceded the current structure, and though it had faults, it had a much stronger record on poverty, job stability, inequality, median income, and even economic growth and productivity.


  • The Tea Partyers are pushing an idea some progressives have labeled “producerist.”

    Annals of The Culture of Politics: Tea and Empathy

  • This political formation took shape during, and contributed to, the layering of consumerist masculinity atop older producerist forms — a shift noted by historians well before the appearance of Fraser and Gerstle's analysis. 48 My work draws on both streams of inquiry.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Note 33: Here, I gloss David McBride's diametrical opposition between producerist and consumerist identity, exchanging his notion of a shift from producerist to consumerist identity for one that emphasizes the continuing vitality of producerist values and identification with work in the formation of individual identity.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • The twentieth-century elaboration of a consumer economy and the concomitant diversification of sources of individual identity — the layering of identity derived from consumption choices and leisure pursuits atop the older, producerist identification with work — made mass participation in bohemianism possible for the first time by the 1960s. 33 But hippies gained what they believed to be a powerful new tool for the mass transformation of consciousness in the form of LSD.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Moreover, fascism was always populist -- a very specific, producerist kind of right-wing populism.


  • All that is just to give a context for some of my own perspective on theoretical and cultural issues in the producerist church.


  • I'm sure I'll have more to say about other tenets and warnings as time goes by, because I am currently outlining an extensive discipleship curriculum that is based on producerist culture assumptions.



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