6 edition of Commodifying Everything found in the catalog.
May 9, 2003
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||336|
The Book of Everything by Guus Kuijer is a young adult novel that revolves around the life of nine-year-old Thomas Klopper, who is living in Amsterdam Netherlands after World War II. Thomas lives with his angry, religious father; his beloved mother, who is beaten often by her husband; and his sister, Margot. We even talked about having advertisements and marketing or commodifying the book even further, but we decided  the joke would go stale. They did at one point say though, “If you really are going to raise a huge amount of money on commodifying it and making all sorts of pictures and things, then you probably should share some of.
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Increasingly the body is a possession that does not belong to us. It is bought and sold, bartered and stolen, marketed wholesale or in parts. The professions - especially reproductive medicine, transplant surgery, and bioethics but also journalism and other cultural specialists - have been pliant partners in this accelerating commodification of live and dead human organisms.
Commodifying Communism is an ethnographically grounded account of the institutional organization and political consequences of China's historically unprecedented market growth. Drawing upon almost two years of ethnographic fieldwork, this book challenges conventional views of post-communist emerging markets being tied to the retreat of the state.
David Wank shows how entrepreneurs running. In today’s TRP and eye-balls attracting crazed race (across all media platforms) where there seems to be an obsession to outsmart, intimidate or overwhelm both the image and the word, commodifying everything to make it sexy and easy-to-digest, ‘The Bangle Seller’ represents delightful old-world story telling.
No Logo inspired numerous musicians and artists: Radiohead were so swayed by the book that they toured Europe in a tent to avoid corporate Author: Dan Hancox.The process of commodifying subcultures is interesting because the same resistance that subcultures use to stray from society is turned around by businesses to make them marketable.
Subcultures exist to stand out and resist society, so it is not a surprise that commodification puts subcultures exactly in the place they don’t want to be.