Definition of Commodification. Meaning of Commodification. Synonyms of Commodification

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Meaning of Commodification from wikipedia

- Within a capitalist economic system, commodification is the transformation of things such as goods, services, ideas, nature, personal information, people...
- Heritage commodification is the process by which cultural themes and expressions come to be evaluated primarily in terms of their exchange value, specifically...
- The commodification of nature is an area of research within critical environmental studies that is concerned with the ways in which natural entities and...
- The commodification of water refers to the process of transforming water, especially freshwater, from a public good into a tradable commodity also known...
- Commodification of the womb is the process by which services performed by the female womb are offered for sale and purchased on the market. Basically...
- practical reasons to oppose any commodification of animals, not just that which is cruel or egregious. Commodification of nonhuman animals is one of the...
- they will tend to buy the cheapest. This is not to be confused with commodification, which is the concept of objects or services being ****igned an exchange...
- carrying premium profit margins for market parti****nts to a status of commodification. There is a spectrum of commoditization, rather than a binary distinction...
- critical manifesto written by McKenzie Wark, which criticizes the commodification of information in the age of digital culture and globalization. It...
- perpetuated through the proliferation of comforts, consumerism, and commodification; where the concept of repressive desublimation highlights the desire-production...