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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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Bringing these elements together enables a more effective use of energy and opens opportunities ranging from energy storage and prosumption to electric infrastructure and microgrids.
The lonely selfie king: Selfies and the conspicuous prosumption of gender and race.
Prosumption: New articulations between work and consumption in the reorganization of capital.
A la fois production et consommation, le bricolage rappelle l'extension au numerique de la notion de prosumption (Ritzer et Jurgenson 2010).
In doing so, it first analyses the concept of energy prosumption, potential of solar energy, and the scope of residential prosumers.
"Domesticating Artificial Intelligence: Expanding Human SelfExpression through Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Prosumption," Journal of Consumer Culture 18(1): 169-183.
This is called 'Prosumption,' and it helps communities and cities produce what they consume.
This underpins the idea that prosumption (Beer & Burrows, 2010; Jenkins, Mizujko, & Boyd, 2015) in the age of the participatory culture is the normal transaction of cultural capital, more so in popular culture settings such as gamers' communities.
On the one hand, it indicates the necessity to treat the communal public administration offices web pages as platforms for participation (in the sense of the wikinomics) and on the other, it proves that the triggering of prosumption processes is an adequate method of managing the natural creativeness and innovativeness of offices' customers.
Prosumption is a process that has economic roots, while the emirec theory focuses exclusively on the field of communication.