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prosumer

(prəˈsjuːmə)
n
1. (Economics) an amateur user of electronic equipment that is of a standard suitable for professional use
2. (Commerce) a consumer who is involved in the design of a company's products
[C21: professional + consumer]
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Nietzsche, Deleuze and the eternal return of prosumption in lifelong.
EU project will aim to define the key determinants of individual and collective energy choices in three key consumption areas - transportation, heating & cooling, and electricity and in the shift to prosumption (users-led initiatives of decentralised energy production and trade).
Il termine prosumption deriva dalla fusione di production ('pro') con consumption ('sumption'), cioe, sempre pio spesso produciamo e consumiamo pio o meno contemporaneamente.
R Langer (2007): Marketing, prosumption and innovation in the fetish community (243-259).
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