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Hyper Reality디즈니랜드로 살펴보는 Hyper-reality와 소비사이의 관계

People do many activitys in their lives. For example, they go shoppong, watching dramas, or playing game. They spend a day in hyper-real. Hyper-real is the world made by simuacre. Then what does simulacre mean? Platon defines the world consisted of idea(original world), real(a copy of idea), and simulacre(a copy of real). He thinks if idea repeats replication, it will be different from original.

To begin with, 'Consumerism'' based on 'Expansion of consumption' in [B] And it can be maximumlized by hyper-real (descibed in [A]). It makes us add to consumption. We will do what seller wants.

Take example in [C], Disneyland is world made by hyper-real and seems to be autonomous, but in reality it is controlled. We just act as determined. To the children, Disneyland is a wonderful place full of fantasy. But to the adults, they know Disneyland is a hyper-real and just a amusement park. However, they don't know the world which is outside of Disneyworld's door, there is hyper-real world, too. Therefore, they want to save money in Disneyland unlike children, but from another point of view, they are same. Because they spend a lot of money and time in another hyper-real world, outside of Disneyland. Of course you can not afford to spend money, but you need to know that this is not real. Acting with knowing brings out different results.

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