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Post-materialism’s ‘‘silent revolution’’ in consumer research C. McLarney Assistant Professor, College of Business, Illinois State University, Normal. Ronald Inglehart argues that economic development, cultural change, and political change go together in coherent and even, to some extent, predictable patterns.
This is a controversial claim. It implies that some trajectories of socioeconomic change are more likely than others--and consequently that certain changes are foreseeable. The silent counter-revolution Inglehart’s thesis of the silent revolution (Inglehart, ) focuses on value system towards a steady and progressive increase of postmaterialism.