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Money worship is a kind of "in society, no money can not" and "money first" values. This idea is thought to originate from the idea that capitalism encourages the pursuit of self-material interests of mankind, and many advertisements, as well as some popular songs, novels are also considered to contribute to the whole society to contribute to the role of money. Money worship often raises many criticisms, especially those who are conservatives, to attack one of the symbols of modern society's materialistic and moral decay. Critics argue that money worshipers are too important to emphasize the importance of money so that money worshipers become mercenary, and that many things often see only the surface, do not see its connotation, and the spiritual level is also extremely empty. The problem of money worship, in recent years, young women are too poor and rich in the spouse of the standard more prominent. A 22-year-old female mano claimed that he was not married by a rich man, "I would rather sit in a BMW car and do not want to sit behind a bicycle laughing," a television program called "You Are the One" in Jiangsu. ... 拜金主義 是一種「在社會上，無錢萬萬不能」與「金錢至上」的價值觀。這種價值觀被認為起源於資本主義鼓勵人類追求自我物質利益的思想主張，而許多廣告，以及部分流行歌曲、小說也被認為有助長社會整體拜金主義風氣的作用。 拜金主義經常引起許多批評，尤其被保守派的人士給抨擊成造成現代社會物欲橫流、道德淪喪的象徵之一。批評者認為，拜金主義者太過強調金錢的重要性，以致於拜金主義者變得唯利是圖、對許多事物經常只看得到表面，看不到其內涵、精神層面也極為空虛。 拜金主義的問題，近年在年輕女性嫌貧愛富的擇偶標準更能突顯。江蘇衛視一個叫《非誠勿擾》的電視徵婚節目中，一位22歲的女性馬諾聲稱自己非富人不嫁，「我寧願坐在寶馬車裡哭，也不願坐在自行車後面笑」。...
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