She asserts that "[u]nequal distributions of wealth make the poorest in society, with little to offer in the marketplace, more likely to commodify
themselves--their bodies for sex, their reproductive capabilities, their babies, and parental rights.
Your Dissent: Salvos from the Baffler by Thomas Frank (Editor), Matt Weiland (Editor); W.W.
The book ends with frightening articles about how professional lobbyists, following a soulless creed of consumption, commodify
There are two problems with most of these books: first, their authors lack a true connection with the subject and are so mired in theoretical ideas that they do little more than commodify
what they claim to analyze.
Enron was able to take the idea and run with it, building value upon the ability to successfully commodify
and transfer risk into areas such as weather derivatives and even an attempt into the broadband sector, which in the end proved to be one of Enron's mistakes.
At its very foundation, liberal democracy depends on the ability of the person to commodify
him/herself and to exchange a portion of individuality for gains assessed to be more valuable.
Rather than provide any sort of real culture for the queer community, you commodify
our sexuality into one big corporate media sale.
This enables transnational corporations to control and commodify
something that until now was relatively free or inexpensive.
Your Dissent: The Business of Culture in the New Gilded Age, Salvos From the Baffler Edited by Thomas Frank and Matt Weiland New York: WW.
The buzz word in UHC financing remains PPPs a 'rent-seeker's dream' to commodify
people's access to services.
Gabriela has in the past opposed pageants and other festivals that exploit women as these are 'tools to commodify
women' and use competitions to publicize the 'commercial use of women's image' in products and services.
As Frank noted in the 1997 compendium of early Baffler articles, Commodify
Your Dissent, the purpose of the journal is to "confront the pomposiries of power." Examples abound here.