The Theory of the Leisure Class Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What does Veblen say emulation leads to? (from The Pecuniary Standard of Living)


What doctrine does education contribute to, in Veblen's opinion? (from The Higher Learning as an Expression of the Pecuniary Culture)


Which holiday does Veblen cite as an example of holidays being vicarious leisure? (from Devout Observances)


What consumption articles does Veblen state that the consumer hangs on to the most? (from The Pecuniary Standard of Living)


What is it that forces the resistant social classes to adapt to new conditions? (from Industrial Exemption and Conservatism)

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