Cultural Consumption As Part Of The Colombian Income 1999-2004
Plenty of people’s consumption is referred to necessary products used every day, and the cultural products are classified as sumptuary groceries used aside the people’s basic necessities. But those cultural consumptions are the ones that cause great difference among people. Those frequent books consumers are more demanded in the labor market and those classic music listeners are clearly different from those who listen tropical music. Towards this phenomenon, understand the Colombian cultural consumption would let us know more about the population and see how prepared it is to face cultural and social changes, because those who consume more cultural products are more prone to cultural transformations.
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