عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent decades, a series of changes in consumption patterns and economic, social and cultural consequences of this model have made a social issue. The main purpose of this article is to investigate consumerism and its relationship with cultural capital in Yasuj. The research method, survey and the main tool used in the data collection stage were a researcher-made questionnaire and others designed to assess the validity of the questionnaire through factor analysis and reliability assessment using Cronbach's Alpha coefficients and Kuder-Richardson coefficients used. The population of the study consisted of residents of Yasuj with 18 years and older. The sample size was 400 people according to Lin's table. Due to heterogeneity of the statistical population, multistage stratified random sampling method was used. In the theoretical framework section, Bourdieu's and the network's approaches were used to adapt the research variables. The findings indicate that there is no significant relationship between cultural capital and consumerism variables and no significant difference between men's and women's tendency to consumerism, while there is a significant relationship between age and consumerism. It means with increasing age, Consumerism decreases. This indicates that what is more than other variables reflects changes in the pattern of consumption used in generational change, not gender or other structural variables. According to the religious teachings in this field, what was observed was the difference between the status quo and the desired one.