While this is valid motivation for privately exhibiting the work, using the Banksy as a tourist draw does little more than commodify
it and reduce its value to who produced it.
In order to commodify
knowledge, he said institutions of higher learning should offer industry relevant programmes.
Should women commodify
their sexuality so that they can make money?
Johnson Andrews argues that social media corporations unswervingly commodify
individuals' interplays instead of merely preserving the value of the possessions they jointly valorize, the latter also cooperatively creating the content.
This broader question is primarily educational and moral, reflecting, among other things, the precipitous decline of the humanities, the pervasive use of economic discourse to commodify
human identity and the growing domination of digital technology, transforming the way we think about ourselves and how we regard others.
Responding to debates in the field of political science over the privatization of security, as well as the underlying meaning of security itself, Boemcken (Bonn U., Germany) distinguishes between two models of security formation: compulsory formations that decommodify security and distribute it in a coercive manner and commercial formations that commodify
security and exchange it within a market environment that consumers may enter voluntarily.
"Often when the state intervenes to cope with some health-related problems, it is bound to act so as to further commodify
It is hard and hardly worthwhile to commodify
a verbal style of expression alone.
First, tax law provides incentives that affect commodification: by taxing some items (e.g., barters) and not taxing others (e.g., friendly exchanges), tax law affects the incentives of taxpayers to commodify
or decommodify their behavior.
Also: Adriane Fugh-Berman and Douglas Melnick take Big Pharma to task for grooming smoking cessation products for a new role as lifelong substitutes for smoking, Matthew Herder examines how patenting stem cells may commodify
human life, Carol Levine presents a novel idea, adapted from the Coast Guard, to rescue overwhelmed family caregivers, and Karama C.
How can a government that seeks to commodify
workers claim any kind of moral or family values?' Elsewhere, Mungo MacCallum writes about meeting Donald Horne, Brian Musgrove addresses recent attacks on David Williamson and Ceridwen Spark reviews books about motherhood, contending that a policy discussion about fertility and parenting is vital for Australia's future.
On the other hand, such blockages to commodification amongst more marginalized populations tend to be purely economic; such populations simply cannot afford to commodify