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*  Commodification
For body commodification, Lesley A. Sharp, "The Commodification of the Body and Its Parts," Annual Review of Anthropology, 29, ... This cites various uses of commodification to mean "become a commodity market", and considers the use of commodification (Peggy ... Commodity and Commodification," in Martha Ertman, Joan C. Williams (eds.), Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in ... An example of commodification is the colors red, black, and green, which are the colors of the African Liberation Army (ALA). ...
*  Heritage commodification
The commodification of the Maasai culture is locally managed and produced in this circumstance. This is an upscale tourist site ... Heritage commodification is the process by which cultural themes and expressions come to be evaluated primarily in terms of ... This potential commodification is seen as detrimental to traditional Maya ways of life, mostly by anthropologists who carry a ... Three sites in Kenya trace the commodification of particular aspects of the Maasai tribal culture, and how these sites are ...
*  Commodification of water
Through commodification water is paid for on the basis of market determined supply and demand instead of ability to pay. The ... The commodification of water has created a situation whereby the provision of the resource is in the hands a select few ... The Commodification of water, although not a new phenomenon, is considered part of a more recent market-based approach to water ... Marx's criticism of commodification refers to this reckless addiction to growth and extends to the manner in which it changes a ...
*  Commodification of nature
There is no "single path" to commodification. Noel Castree stresses that commodification in fact involves several interrelated ... trajectories of commodification." The commodification of nature has its origins in the rise of capitalism. In England and later ... or through direct commodification. While commodification efforts are propelled in large part by private firms seeking new areas ... in terms of the effects of commodification on nature itself. Much of the literature relates commodification of nature to the ...
*  Commodification of the womb
Womb commodification could be viewed as economic agents engaged in free market trade. The commodification argument asks whether ... Commodification of the womb is the process by which services performed by the female womb are offered for sale and purchased on ... Commodification refers to the process by which goods and services are transformed into commodities to be bought and sold in the ... Womb commodification raises ethical questions, while also balancing it against a woman's right to enter in to a contract and to ...
*  Social design
"Design Beyond Commodification." EyeMagazine.com Nini, P. (2004). "In Search of Ethics in Graphic Design." AIGA.org Poynor, R. ( ...
*  Guten Tag
"Guten Tag" criticises commodification. In the lyrics, Holofernes tells a story in which she was blinded by the glittering world ... The music video can be seen as an answer to the critics who stated that criticism of commodification is never authentic when ...
*  Birdwatching
Sekercioglu, C.H. (2003). "Conservation through commodification" (PDF). Birding. 35 (4): 394-402. Sekercioglu, Cagan H. (2002 ...
*  Momo (novel)
and the Commodification of Time". buddhism.lib.ntu.edu.tw. Retrieved 2017-07-10. Michael Ende's last words to the Japanese ... Goodhew, Linda; and Loy, David, Momo, Dogen, and the Commodification of Time, KronoScope, Volume 2, Number 1, 2002, pp. 97-107( ... and the Commodification of Time, KronoScope, Volume 2, Number 1, 2002, pp. 97-107(11). See also "The Dharma of Time: Michael ...
*  Cultural studies
Gilbert, Jeremy (2008). "Against the Commodification of Everything". Cultural Studies. 22 (5). Bakhtin, Mikhail 1981. The ...
*  Impacts of tourism
Hence, increased commodification generally leads to a decrease in tourism. Yet, commodification can bring benefits. It allows ... There are three broad effects at the local level: the commodification of culture, the demonstration effect, and the ... and not what results from commodification. The more staged a culture becomes the less attractive it becomes to tourists. ...
*  Spycatcher
ISBN 1-85702-879-1. Burnet, David; Thomas, Richard (1989). "Spycatcher: The Commodification of Truth". Journal of Law and ...
*  Pacification theory
Commodification. Commodification is itself composed of three processes: (a) valorization; (b) prudentialization; and (c) ...
*  Tantra
ISBN 978-0-304-70739-3. Vineeta Sinha (2011). Religion and Commodification: 'Merchandizing' Diasporic Hinduism. Routledge. pp. ...
*  Veganism
Vegans reject the commodification of animals. The British Vegan Society will certify a product only if it is free of animal ...
*  Student Union of Latvia
ESIB Commodification Committee seminar (May, 2005). Study about science and research in Latvia: current situation of student ...
*  Margaret Jane Radin
"Incomplete Commodification in the Computerized World." In The Commodification of Information, edited by N. Elkin-Korin and N. W ... "The Subject of and Object of Commodification." M. Sunder, co-author. Introduction to Rethinking Commodification: Cases and ... "Contested Commodities." In Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture, edited by M. M. Ertman and J. C. ... Her book, Contested Commodities, explores what kinds of market trades and resulting commodification should be disallowed or ...
*  I. Glenn Cohen
SSRN 2584439 . Cohen, I. Glenn (2015-01-01). "Complexifying Commodification, Consumption, ART, and Abortion". The Journal of ... Reframing the Commodification Debate SSRN page for Therapeutic Orphans, Pediatric Victims? The Best Pharmaceuticals for ... Complexifying Commodification, Consumption, ART, and Abortion, Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (2015) Balancing Religious ... Reframing the Commodification Debate, Harvard Law Review (2003) Therapeutic Orphans, Pediatric Victims? The Best ...
*  John Lundberg
de Vos, Gail (2012). "Ostension, Legend Tripping and Commodification of Folklore". What Happens Next?. ABC-CLIO. sec. Examples ...
*  1998-99 Manchester United F.C. season
ISBN 978-0-7146-5048-7. Greenfield, Steve; Osborn, Guy (2001). Regulating football: commodification, consumption, and the law. ...
*  China Shandong International Economic & Technical Cooperation Group
Rottenburg, Richard (2014). Disrupting Territories: Land, Commodification & Conflict in Sudan. Boydell & Brewer Ltd. p. 91. " ...
*  Bill Baird (musician)
"Remember When Austin Was Cool? The Commodification of a Town in Echotone , Village Voice". Retrieved 2017-09-21. Pereira, ...
*  Designated hitter
John Schlegel / MLB.com. "Modifications in place for All-Star Game , MLB.com: News". Mlb.mlb.com. Retrieved 2011-06-19. CS1 ...
*  Batahin
Commodification and Conflict in Sudan. Boydell & Brewer. Sørbø, Gunnar M. (1985). Tenants and Nomads in Eastern Sudan: A Study ...
*  Diana Liverman
Who governs, at what scale and at what price? Geography, environmental governance and the commodification of nature. Annals of ...