anticommercial

anticommercial

(ˌæntɪkəˈmɜːʃəl)
adj
opposed to profit-seeking or commercialism
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It is viewed as anticommercial, yet also as a musical tradition that is fully entwined with commercial sponsorship" (Jocelyn Neal, Country Music: A Cultural and Stylistic History [New York: Oxford University Press, 2013], 155).
Anticommercial and unabashedly lyrical, their plays stayed deliberately away from Broadway lights.
Sadly this very anticommercial stance is also very unpopular.
These countries adopted laws in the early 1990s to institute the anticommercial system recommended by WHO.
These reweaved televisual narratives work as forms of cultural distinction for the series and for the companies--but their final effect is not necessarily anticommercial.
According to Kahan, the medieval era was replete with anticommercial sentiment, even amid devastatingly depressed rates of economic activity, consecutive centuries of abject poverty, and woefully brief life spans.
2001) (citing Sony for the proposition that market harm can be assumed with commercial uses of a copyrighted work); Patry on Fair Use, supra note 16, [section] 3:4 (observing that "so effective has Campbell been in purging fair use of the nest of presumptions and anticommercial prejudices that had grown up, that it is quite common for courts of appeals to describe a user's commercial purpose as virtually irrelevant" but that "[o]ther panels, however, continue to characterize commercial uses negatively").
Such achievements are notably absent from the resumes of the majority of alarmist anticommercial critics who are responsible for the ongoing damage Dr.
Thus, while we might be tempted to assume anticommercial connotations in her decision to call her long-running essayist The Gleaner, the emphasis in her use of the term is not in celebrating the American pastoral but in depicting a tenuous and multifarious relationship to shifting property that much more clearly resembles a commercial than an agricultural economic system.
Having implicitly distanced himself from "politically-driven criticism" (2-3), he takes throughout the book an intransigently anticommercial position.
Indeed, some recent authors have criticized this anticommercial Antarctic regime.
Unlike earlier generations of community artists who were resolutely anticommercial, Arceneaux has no qualms about using his art-world stature to secure project funding.