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EYE 103: Shopping: American Consumerism: Introduction

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This guide is intended to help you locate up-to-date information about American consumerism and will help you assure a methodical and more comprehensive approach to collecting information. It will help you locate background information, current scholarly articles, and reliable, credible Internet sites.

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This guide is intended to help you locate up-to-date information about American consumerism and will help you assure a methodical and more comprehensive approach to collecting information. It will help you locate background information, current scholarly articles, and reliable, credible Internet sites. And, while speaking of the Net...if you're looking only on search engines such as Google or Yahoo you are missing a lot of good information. Looking in the places listed below as well as the Net will assure better results.

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