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Commodification

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  • n "Commodification" - education as a for-profit activity and service export;

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  • Commodification of art is certainly not a new topic for debate, but I think it's as relevant now as it has ever been.

    Jane Chafin: Short Takes: Art Fair Survey, James Ensor, Chinese Mask Changing, and More

  • By the way, I still think that you bit on "The Commodification of Law", from 'The Ethos Effect' is a classic, and should be required reading for anyone entering any field of jurisprudence.

    The "Freedom" Naivete « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website

  • Commodification of art is certainly not a new topic for debate, but I think it's as relevant now as it has ever been.

    Jane Chafin: Short Takes: Art Fair Survey, James Ensor, Chinese Mask Changing, and More

  • Commodification of art is certainly not a new topic for debate, but I think it's as relevant now as it has ever been.

    Jane Chafin: Short Takes: Art Fair Survey, James Ensor, Chinese Mask Changing, and More

  • These brown worm-shaped organisms account for four out of every ten dollars earned by rural Tibetans and provide a bigger boost for the economy than the combined revenue from manufacturing and mining Daniel Winkler, “Yartsa Gunbu [Cordyceps sinensis] and the Fungal Commodification of the Rural Economy in Tibet AR,” Economic Botany 62, 3 [2008]: 291–305.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • These brown worm-shaped organisms account for four out of every ten dollars earned by rural Tibetans and provide a bigger boost for the economy than the combined revenue from manufacturing and mining Daniel Winkler, “Yartsa Gunbu [Cordyceps sinensis] and the Fungal Commodification of the Rural Economy in Tibet AR,” Economic Botany 62, 3 [2008]: 291–305.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • These brown worm-shaped organisms account for four out of every ten dollars earned by rural Tibetans and provide a bigger boost for the economy than the combined revenue from manufacturing and mining Daniel Winkler, “Yartsa Gunbu [Cordyceps sinensis] and the Fungal Commodification of the Rural Economy in Tibet AR,” Economic Botany 62, 3 [2008]: 291–305.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • In his essay entitled "Apology Subverted: The Commodification of Apology," Lee Taft, the former dean of the Harvard Divinity School, came to the conclusion that something must be missing in our system of law because even after successful settlements, the wronged clients are not satisfied with the outcome.

    The Death of Common Courtesy and the Corrosion of the Golden Rule

  • Commodification is not only visible, we no longer see anything else; the world we see is the world of the commodity.

    2009 August

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