Menos é Mais? Um Estudo sobre Materialismo e Anticonsumo Outros Idiomas

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34837
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Resumo:
A cultura de consumo falha em corresponder às demandas de preenchimento e felicidade e, além disso, tem comprometido fatores dos quais o bem-estar da sociedade depende: convivialidade com a comunidade, equilíbrio entre as esferas social e profissional, vida estética e espiritual e um meio-ambiente saudável. O objetivo do artigo consiste em analisar a influência do Materialismo nos estilos de vida de Anticonsumo e o papel moderador do Autocontrole e da Orientação a Longo Prazo (LTO) nessa relação. Materialismo é a importância atribuída à posse e à aquisição de bens materiais e, por outro lado, o Anticonsumo (Avareza e Frugalidade) se caracteriza pelo não consumo, ou a redução do consumo desenfreado. A pesquisa caracteriza-se como quantitativa-descritiva. Foram coletados 213 questionários, analisados pelas técnicas de correlação e regressão. Os resultados apontam que o autocontrole e a LTO interagem na relação de materialismo e anticonsumo, dependendo dos diferentes estilos anticonsumistas adotados.
Citação ABNT:
FERRAZ, S. B.; REBOUÇAS, S. M. D. P.; NOGAMI, V. K. C.; QUEZADO, I. Menos é Mais? Um Estudo sobre Materialismo e Anticonsumo. Revista Pretexto, v. 15, n. 4, p. 83-99, 2014.
Citação APA:
Ferraz, S. B., Rebouças, S. M. D. P., Nogami, V. K. C., & Quezado, I. (2014). Menos é Mais? Um Estudo sobre Materialismo e Anticonsumo. Revista Pretexto, 15(4), 83-99.
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Português
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