fast food: American imaginarium
Posted in the Psychology Forum
#1 Jan 20, 2013
Why are American fast food franchises such as Burger King and food-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Soul Food" (1997) so socially representative of populist aspirations?
Psychologists know that Americans suffer from obesity eating disorders more than any other social group in the world. America's brand of high-speed consumerism contributes to this laissez-faire treatment of the tedium of diet.
While fast food vendors are marketed in other parts of the world, American fast food vendors are the most successful and explorted. While this is partly due to the verified fact that American fast food vendors are the most respected and accredited by the FDA and consumer nutrionalists, it is also the result of America's focus on mobile capitalism and efficient disposable goods production.
These notions have given American fast food franchises a unique face of global free market imaginarium design, reflecting the sociological marketability of consumer-fantasy populist franchises such as Planet Hollywood.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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