Content is the commodified
form of thoughts/information, and in our hyper-capitalist era everything moves towards pure commodity.
This presentation is a multidisciplinary collection of essays that examines both historically and contemporary manifestations of appropriated and commodified
forms of African American popular culture.
Second, REDD's very premise--attaching a monetary value to the ecological role of forests--commodifies what indigenous peoples say should never be commodified
Princess Anne is naive to think that horses would benefit from being commodified
and processed through the meat trade.
A world, moreover, in which education has already been heavily commodified
by the introduction of PS9,000-a-year university tuition fees.
Innovative venues such as these--with their increasing number of international visitors--reveal a particular kind of cosmopolitanism, one that both echoes and overturns the turbulent mixture of socialist realism, commodified
mythology, and artistic idiosyncrasy that colors Georgia's history.
And yet, their grammars and sounds, whether intimate, commodified
or instrumentalised, push at the limits of theory and representation and simultaneously construct systems of aesthetic, ideological, historical and political appropriation.
Dharmendra has just had a new release but admits to being media shy and is clearly uncomfortable in the movie world of today where good films suffer because they are not promoted and where everything is commodified
Specifically, she considers how animals affect identity processes in school, including identities ascribed to them, professional identities as caretakers, and the role of the teacher, and situations such as encounters in zoos, on film, in field excursions, how human-animal relations are commodified
, and how schools handle the issue of killing animals for human purposes.
The power of global capitalism, and the tools of mediation at its command, problematizes the vernacular in this way: Do signs represent or do they create commodified
The more commodified
that realms of personhood become, the less venues that remain for noncommodified interaction (14).
In a society such as ours, Miller tells us, all forms of culture, including ideologies of resistance, become commodified
and repackaged as innocuous objects of desire; products embellished with the patina of dissent, in fact, appear all the more desirable for the aura of "cool" this faux resistance provides.