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  • body
  • In the second story we explore the unintended meanings of this case narrative and our realization that we had created an artifact-the commodification of health, disease and body through an educational text. (springer.com)
  • relationship
  • Commodification stagnates artistic growth like it would a relationship where a lover only says things they think you want to hear, you may not have anything outright objectionable to say about them since they are agreeing with you all the time, but the hollow feeling is there. (counterpunch.org)
  • Other disagreements arise over whether women or children are harmed or wronged by contract pregnancy, whether contract pregnancy involves the commodification of children or of the parent-child relationship, and whether desires on the part of adults to rear children to whom they are in some way biologically related ought to be honored in light of the needs of existing children who lack parents. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Last
  • While the "empire of consumption" has been around for a long time, American society in the last thirty years has undergone a sea change in the daily lives of children - one marked by a major transition from a culture of innocence and social protection, however imperfect, to a culture of commodification. (ecochildsplay.com)
  • Last night's meeting went for a couple of hours, and although some good points were made from different sides of the Commodification Camp debate, it was ultimately inconclusive. (burners.me)
  • social
  • He conclude by emphasizing the importance of conducting empirical research on markets in human goods, because social processes of commodification do not always proceed as theorists might expects. (duke.edu)
  • good
  • The researchers concluded that the commodification of motherhood and the conflation of "good" mothering with a form of feminized consumption is in some ways nearly as strong as the mother--child bond itself. (blindfieldjournal.com)