Summary: The social process by which something or someone comes to be regarded and treated as an article of trade or commerce.
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- Trauma: the seductive hypothesisSteven Reisner
New York University School of Medicine, USA
J Am Psychoanal Assoc 51:381-414. 2003..Trauma has become not simply a story of pain and its treatment, but a host of sub-stories involving the commodification of altruism, the justification of violence and revenge, the entry point into "true experience," and the place ..
- The new French resistance: commodification rejected?Donna Dickenson
Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
Med Law Int 7:41-63. 2005
- Bodyworlds and the ethics of using human remains: a preliminary discussionY Michael Barilan
Dep Medicine B, Meir Hospital, Kfar Saba, Israel
Bioethics 20:233-47. 2006..In the case of live donations, Bodyworlds has a duty to participate in the medical care of needy donors. However, secrecy with regard to the source of cadavers seems to be the most troublesome aspect of Bodyworlds...
- "Where can I be deported?" Thinking through the "Foreigner Fetish" in NamibiaRobert Lorway
International Centre for Infectious Diseases, Universiy of Manitoba, Canada
Med Anthropol 27:70-97. 2008..to re-orient poliical economic frameworks that consider "the body" in sex tourism in Marxists terms of "commodification" and "alienation...
- Objectification, standardization, and commodification in health care: a conceptual readjustmentStefan Timmermans
UCLA, Department of Sociology, 264 Haines Hall, 375 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095 1551, USA
Soc Sci Med 69:21-7. 2009Historically, medical sociologists have used the interrelated concepts of objectification, commodification, and standardization to point to the pathologies of modern medicine, such as the depersonalization of care and the effects of ..
- Commodification of human tissue: implications for feminist and development ethicsDonna Dickenson
Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, 13 Pritchatts Road, Birmingham B152STT, England
Dev World Bioeth 2:55-63. 2002One effect of late capitalism--the commodification of practically everything--is to knock down the Chinese walls between the natural and productive realms, to use a Marxist framework...
- The commodification of obstetric ultrasound scanning in Hanoi, Viet NamTine Gammeltoft
Institute of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Reprod Health Matters 15:163-71. 2007..There is an urgent need in Viet Nam for policy and practice guidelines on the appropriate use of ultrasonography in pregnancy and how best to combine it with essential antenatal care, and information dissemination to women...
- Commodification and exploitation: arguments in favour of compensated organ donationL D de Castro
Department of Philosophy, University of the Philippines, 126 Bernard Street, Area 2, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Philippines
J Med Ethics 29:142-6. 2003..against giving compensation stand on weak rational grounds: (1) the charge that compensation fosters "commodification" has neither been specific enough to account for different types of monetary transactions nor sufficiently ..
- Commodification arguments for the legal prohibition of organ saleS Wilkinson
Department of Philosophy, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Health Care Anal 8:189-201. 2000..This paper critically assesses one type of argument for this, and similar, legal prohibitions: commodification arguments. Firstly, the term 'commodification' is analysed...
- The commodification of the body and its partsL A Sharp
Department of Anthropology, Barnard College, New York, NY 10027, USA
Annu Rev Anthropol 29:287-328. 2000The human body--and its parts--has long been a target for commodification within myriad cultural settings...
- Starr on the corporatization and commodification of health care: the sequelClark C Havighurst
Duke University, USA
J Health Polit Policy Law 29:947-67; discussion 1005-19. 2004
- Letter response to Margaret Everett (2003) "The social life of genes: privacy, property and the new genetics" Social Science & Medicine, 56:1Leigh Rich
Soc Sci Med 57:2471-2; author reply 2473. 2003
- Patents, biomedical research, and treatments: examining concerns, canvassing solutionsJosephine Johnston
The Hastings Center, Garrison, NY 10524, USA
Hastings Cent Rep 37:S1-36. 2007
- Why not a kidney market? An obvious solution to the organ shortageJames Stacey Taylor
Louisiana State University, USA
Free Inq 25:42-3. 2005
- Why we should not pay for human organsFrancis L Delmonico
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Natl Cathol Bioeth Q 2:381-9. 2002
- Disentangling privacy from property: toward a deeper understanding of genetic privacySonia M Suter
George Washington University Law School, Washington, DC, USA
George Washington Law Rev 72:737-814. 2004..Property, in contrast, by connoting commodification, disaggregation, and arms-length dealings, can negatively affect the self and harm these relationships...
- DNA as taxable property - the elephant in the room or a red herring?Kathryn G Hunter
AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, University of Edinburgh
Eur J Health Law 13:263-75. 2006
- [The law, medical ethics, and transplants]Ruy Pérez-Tamayo
Departamento de Medicina Experimental, Facultad de Medicina de la UNAM, Mexico, DF
Rev Invest Clin 57:170-6. 2005....
- An organ sale by any other nameJerry Menikoff
University of Kansas, USA
Am J Bioeth 4:42-4; discussion W35-7. 2004
- Biotechnology and the new right: neoconservatism's red menaceJonathan D Moreno
Center for American Progress, Washington, DC 20005, USA
Am J Bioeth 7:7-13. 2007..By not acknowledging and embracing their intellectual roots, neoconservatives are left with a deeply ambivalent and often confused view of biotechnology and the society that gives rise to it...
- Legal forms and reproductive normsRuth Fletcher
Keele University, UK
Soc Leg Stud 12:217-41. 2003..When law negotiates a balance between the reproductive norms of responsibilities and rights, it demonstrates how particular legal forms manage the interaction of different sets of social relations, such as reproduction and exchange...
- Taking tissue seriously means taking communities seriouslyRoss E G Upshur
University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics, 88 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1L4, Canada
BMC Med Ethics 8:11. 2007..This often leads to the export of human tissue (defined broadly) from the developing to the developed world for analysis. These practices raise a number of important ethical issues that require attention...
- Genomic capital: public cultures and market logics of corporate biotechnologyKaushik Sunder Rajan
John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Sci Cult (Lond) 12:87-121. 2003
- Protectionism and freedom of contract: the erosion of female autonomy in surrogacy decisionsJessica H Munyon
Suffolk Univ Law Rev 36:717-44. 2003
- The commodification of human body parts: regulating the tissue bank industryJohn J Zodrow
University of Colorado at Denver, USA
Southwest Univ Law Rev 32:407-49. 2003
- Governing population genomics: law, bioethics, and biopolitics in three case studiesDavid E Winickoff
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA
Jurimetrics 43:187-228. 2003..Further, comparisons of these projects illuminate three areas ripe for reframing--informed consent, expert ethical oversight, and commercial benefits. Four avenues of reform are suggested...
- An interest in human dignity as the basis for genomic tortsRoger Brownsword
University of Sheffield, England
Washburn Law J 42:413-81. 2003
- Patents and human genome research in developing countries: problems and proposalsSivaramjani Thambisetty
Faculty of Law, Exeter College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
J World Intellect Prop 5:685-723. 2002
- Selling organs and souls: should the state prohibit 'demeaning' practices?Dominic J C Wilkinson
Royal Children s Hospital, Parkville, Victoria 3052, Australia
J Bioeth Inq 1:27-31. 2004..On the contrary, such laws might be argued to be demeaning...
- Deserving the last great giftFrancine M Benes
Cerebrum 5:61-73. 2003....
- Commodified kin: death, mourning, and competing claims on the bodies of organ donors in the United StatesL A Sharp
Department of Anthropology, Barnard College, New York, NY 10027, USA
Am Anthropol 103:112-33. 2001..Of special concern is the medicalized commodification of donor bodies, a process that shapes both their social worth and emotional value...
- Paying for organs: another lookRichard Amerling
Nephrol News Issues 17:23-4. 2003
- Gifts of the bodyGilbert Meilaender
Valparaiso University, USA
New Atlantis 13:25-35. 2006
- For your first born child: an ethical defense of the exploitation argument against commercial surrogacyBrendan Osberg
Dalhousie University, Canada
Penn Bioeth J 2:42-5. 2006In this essay I explore two arguments against commercial surrogacy, based on commodification and exploitation respectively...
- Common ethical issues in regenerative medicineTsuyoshi Awaya
Department of Bioethics, Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama University, Japan
J Int Bioethique 16:69-75, 192-3. 2005..quot; 'Componentation' of the human body represents a preliminary step toward commodification of the human body...
- Compensation and egg donation for researchJohn A Robertson
School of Law, University of Texas, Austin, Texas 78705, USA
Fertil Steril 86:1573-5. 2006..Financial compensation to egg donors for their time and inconvenience in donating is established in the United States as ethically and legally acceptable. That system should be extended to egg donation for research...
- Commercial renal transplantation-- body parts for saleA Vathsala
Ann Acad Med Singapore 35:227-8. 2006
- Altruism's limits: law, capacity, and organ commodificationMichele Goodwin
DePaul University College of Law, USA
Rutgers Law Rev 56:305-407. 2004
- Contested bodies: property models and the commodification of human biological artefactsBronwyn Parry
Department of Geography, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK
Sci Cult (Lond) 15:139-58. 2006
- Human property: threat or saviour?Richard Taylor
Newcastle University Faculty of Law
E Law 9:E4. 2002
- Analogical reasoning in handling emerging technologies: the case of umbilical cord blood biobankingBjørn Hofmann
Section for Medical Ethics, University of Oslo, Norway
Am J Bioeth 6:49-57. 2006..Umbilical cord blood biobanking will be used as a case to investigate these roles and functions...
- Tissue issues: the ethical dilemma of collecting human tissues for researchRobert M Veatch
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057, USA
Formos J Med Humanit 6:3-13. 2005
- Ownership rights and the bodyGideon Calder
University of Wales, Newport, United Kingdom
Camb Q Healthc Ethics 15:89-100. 2006
- What does it mean to use someone as "a means only": rereading KantR M Green
Ethics Institute, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Kennedy Inst Ethics J 11:247-61. 2001Debates about commodification in bioethics frequently appeal to Kant's famous second formulation of the categorical imperative, the formula requiring us to treat the rational (human) being as "an end in itself" and "never ..
- The social life of genes: privacy, property and the new geneticsMargaret Everett
Department of Anthropology, Portland State University, Portland, OR 97207 0751, USA
Soc Sci Med 56:53-65. 2003..The anthropological critique of the commodification of the body, and the concept of 'embodiment' are useful in analyzing the debate over DNA as property.
- [Ethics in organ transplantation: continous search for defining what is acceptable]Rafael Reyes-Acevedo
Departamento de Cirugía Servicio de Trasplante, Hospital Miguel Hidalgo de Aguascalientes
Rev Invest Clin 57:177-86. 2005..Ethics in transplantation represent a continuous search for defining what is acceptable...
- The gift of life and starfish on the beach: the ethics of organ procurementMark G Kuczewski
Loyola University Chicago
Am J Bioeth 2:53-6. 2002
- Public policy and the sale of human organsCynthia B Cohen
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA
Kennedy Inst Ethics J 12:47-64. 2002..A system of organ donation, in contrast, conveys our respect for persons and honors our common humanity...
- Council of Europe: the recommendation on research on biological materials of human origin: another brick in the wallShawn H E Harmon
INNOGEN, ESRC Centre for Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics
Eur J Health Law 13:293-301. 2006
- Rights, patents, markets and the global AIDS pandemicJames Thuo Gathii
Albany Law School, USA
Fla J Int Law 14:261-352. 2002
- Regulating the market for human eggsD B Resnik
Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, USA
Bioethics 15:1-25. 2001This essay provides a rationale for a regulated market for human oocytes. Although the commodification of human oocytes raises important moral concerns, these concerns do not justify laws banning commerce in human eggs...
- Response: persistent perplexitiesM J Radin
Program on Law, Science, and Technology, Stanford University
Kennedy Inst Ethics J 11:305-15. 2001This response to the preceding five articles highlights the stubborn persistence of the philosophical perplexities surrounding commodification in the realm of medicine and biotechnology.
- The kindness of strangers: organ transplantation in a capitalist ageT A Shannon
Department of Humanities and Arts, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA
Kennedy Inst Ethics J 11:285-303. 2001..raised by the historical study in Richard Titmuss's The Gift Relationship, the paper examines how and in what ways the possible commodification of organs will affect our society and the impacts this may have on the supply of organs.
- Why we are not allowed to sell that which we are encouraged to donateBarbro Björkman
Philosophy Unit, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Camb Q Healthc Ethics 15:60-70. 2006
- A question of perception: Bourdieu, art and the postmodernNick Prior
Dept of Sociology, University of Edinburgh
Br J Sociol 56:123-39. 2005..between the aesthetic and the economic, between art and popular culture, are the result of processes of commodification that have placed museums alongside shopping malls within the realms of consumption and entertainment...
- Population genetics and benefit sharingB M Knoppers
Universite de Montreal, Centre de recherche en droit public, CP 6128, Succursale A, Montreal, Que H3C3J6, Canada
Community Genet 3:212-4. 2000..The issue of benefit-sharing is one that has its source in the mandate of both committees. How to avoid both commodification of the person through payment for access to DNA and biopiracy with no return to benefits to the families or ..
- Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services conceptMarkus J Peterson
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A and M University, College Station, TX 77843 2258, USA
Conserv Biol 24:113-9. 2010..Reframing ecosystem functions as economic services does not address the political problem of commodification. Just as it obscures the labor of human workers, commodification obscures the importance of the biota (..
- The "spare parts person"? Conceptions of the human body and their implications for public attitudes towards organ donation and organ saleMark Schweda
Department for Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, Goettingen University, Goettingen, Germany
Philos Ethics Humanit Med 4:4. 2009The increasing debate on financial incentives for organ donation raises concerns about a "commodification of the human body"...
- Perceptions of the gift relationship in organ and tissue donation: Views of intensivists and donor and recipient coordinatorsRhonda Shaw
Sociology Social Policy, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand
Soc Sci Med 70:609-15. 2010..donation in the public domain, gift terminology separates the act of donation from that of commerce and the commodification of body tissues...
- Harvard v. Canada: the myc mouse that still squeaks in the maze of biopatent lawL J Deftos
University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, California, USA
Acad Med 76:684-92. 2001..patents are commonly based on moral and religious grounds that regard the sanctity of life and oppose its commodification. The most compelling arguments for such patents are based on the benefits they deliver through commercial ..
- [Basic ethical aspects of living organ donation]E Nagel
Institut für Medizinmanagement und Gesundheitswissenschaften, Universitat Bayreuth
Chirurg 74:530-5. 2003..b>Commodification of the human body risks viewing persons as marketable objects...
- Purchasing a quick fix from private pharmacies in the Gaza StripS Beckerleg
Health Promotion Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK
Soc Sci Med 49:1489-500. 1999..Some anthropologists see this trend as an aspect of the 'commodification of health'...
- Deconstructing risk assessment and management in mental health nursingMarie Crowe
Department of Psychological Medicine, Christchurch School of Medicine, Christchurch, New Zealand
J Adv Nurs 43:19-27. 2003..However, these concepts are generally taken-for-granted as necessary and unavoidable aspects of mental health nursing practice. This deconstructive analysis explores some of the assumptions and values that underpin these concepts...
- Predicting human cloning acceptability: a national Greek survey on the beliefs of the publicGeorgia S Tzamalouka
Department of Social Work, Technological Educational Institute TEI of Crete, Stavromenos, Heraklion, Greece
J Assist Reprod Genet 22:315-22. 2005..However, previous research in the field of public beliefs towards human genetics is limited. Therefore, in the present study, we investigated the role of public beliefs as predictors of the acceptability of the respondents to use HC...
- [Mexican health insurance: uncertain universal coverage]Asa Cristina Laurell
Centro de Análisis y Estudios sobre Seguridad Social, Coyoacan
Cien Saude Colet 16:2795-806. 2011..However, reforms are leading to the commodification of the health system even in the context of a weak private sector.
- Advances in oocyte cryopreservation technology will eventually blur the ethical and moral boundaries between compensated egg sharing and commercialized oocyte donationBoon Chin Heng
National University of Singapore, 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, 119074 Singapore
Reprod Biomed Online 12:280-1. 2006Compensated egg sharing was originally conceived as a patient self-help co-operative scheme to avoid overt 'commodification' of donor oocytes and prevent doctors and medical institutions from acting as 'brokers' of donated human material...
- 'An adept in medicine': the Reverend Dr William Laing, nervous complaints and the commodification of spa waterM D Eddy
Department of Philosophy, Durham University, 51 Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HN, UK
Stud Hist Philos Biol Biomed Sci 39:1-13. 2008....
- The role of ethics in commercial genetic research: notes on the notion of commodificationKlaus Hoeyer
Department of Health Services Research, Institute of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, Blegdamsvej 3A, DK 2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark
Med Anthropol 24:45-70. 2005..scientists have sought to reveal ethics policies as veils for commercial exploitation, masking the crude commodification of the human body...
- Girls want money, boys want virgins: the materiality of love amongst South African township youth in the context of HIV and AIDSDeevia Bhana
School of Education, University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban, South Africa
Cult Health Sex 13:961-72. 2011..Farm girls were constructed as virgins with little investment in commodification. Farm girls are a strategic option through which boys' economic marginalisation experienced in the township ..
- Current perspectives on an emerging formal natural products sector in South AfricaN P Makunga
Department of Botany and Zoology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602, South Africa
J Ethnopharmacol 119:365-75. 2008..Sustainable utilization benefiting the commodification of ethnoherbals, plus meeting aims of poverty alleviation and people empowerment, is a new paradigm in South ..
- The nobodies: neoliberalism, violence, and migrationLinda Green
Center for Latin American Studies, University of Arizona, Anthropology, 122A Haury Building, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA
Med Anthropol 30:366-85. 2011..I explore some of the multiple sites of the production and commodification of these "nobodies" to illuminate the intricate relationship between neoliberal economic policies and ..
- Sociological and ethical issues in transplant commercialismMiran Epstein
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK
Curr Opin Organ Transplant 14:134-9. 2009..In an attempt to assess the potential outcomes of these trends, this article reviews and discusses some sociological and ethical issues, ending with a proposal for a reinvigorated anticommercialist strategy...
- Sick heil: self and illness in Nazi GermanyGeoffrey Cocks
Department of History, Albion College, Albion, MI 49224, USA
Osiris 22:93-115. 2007..Medicalization and commodification of health was continuous with modern trends and became a wartime site of attempted well-being of the self at ..
- Ethical sensitivity and the goals of medicine: resisting the tides of medical deprofessionalisationJ J Chin
Department of Geriatric Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
Singapore Med J 42:582-5. 2001..The commodification and industrialisation of health care, and weakening of its ethical foundations are among the main forces ..
- Introduction: HEC Forum special issue on privacy and commodificationJames Stacey Taylor
Department of Philosophy, The College of New Jersey, 2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08628, USA
HEC Forum 22:173-7. 2010..issue of HEC Forum critically and carefully explore key issues at the intersection of patient privacy and commodification. For example, should hospitals be required to secure a person's consent to any possible uses to which his ..
- From service to commodity: corporization, competition, commodification, and customer culture transforms health careJ D Stoeckle
Primary Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 02114, USA
Croat Med J 41:141-3. 2000..Viewed from office encounters with patients, such transformation of services to commodities changes the doctor-patient relationship and the moral mission of care...
- Lives to save lives--the ethics of tissue typingStephen Bellamy
St James Vicarage, Southport PR8 2BQ, UK
Hum Fertil (Camb) 8:5-11. 2005..type? A case is made that such tissue matching does not involve unacceptable instrumentality towards or commodification of children...
- "Cycling overseas": care, commodification, and stratification in cross-border reproductive travelAndrea Whittaker
School of Population Health, University of Queensland, Herston, Brisbane, Australia
Med Anthropol 29:363-83. 2010..Based on fieldwork in Thailand, the United States, and the Czech Republic, we explore the commodification of reproductive bodies within this trade and the reduction of the nurturing affective labor of reproduction ..
- Childhood obesity in transition zones: an analysis using structuration theoryChristine Chan
Department of Early Childhood Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Sociol Health Illn 32:711-29. 2010..particularly prevalent in areas that have seen rapid economic growth, urbanisation, cultural transition, and commodification of food systems...
- 'I'd rather not take Prozac': stigma and commodification in antidepressant consumer narrativesRegina Smardon
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22904 4816, USA
Health (London) 12:67-86. 2008..Antidepressant consumers must negotiate the threat of stigma and the threat of commodification through the process of constructing narratives...
- The Icelandic genome debateG Palsson
Institute of Anthropology, University of Iceland, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
Trends Biotechnol 19:166-71. 2001Three of the central issues in contemporary debates about the commodification of the human body are those of property, ownership, and access...
- Gold standards in the diamond age: the commodification of pluripotencyDouglas Sipp
RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, 2 2 3 Minatojima, Minamimachi, Chuo Ku, Kobe, Japan
Cell Stem Cell 5:360-3. 2009..With the advent of induced pluripotent stem cells, however, pluripotency stands to become a plentiful and unencumbered commodity...
- Can a purchaser be a partner? Nursing education in the English universitiesE Meerabeau
School of Health, University of Greenwich, Southwood Site, Avery Hill Road, Eltham, London SE9 2UG, UK
Int J Health Plann Manage 16:89-105. 2001..Good Contracting Guidelines' for Non-Medical Education and Training, plus other relevant literature on the commodification of higher education, quasi-markets and contract theory to examine this market, and the confusion of two ..
- Competition, race, and professionalization: African healers and white medical practitioners in Natal, South Africa in the early twentieth centuryK Flint
Department of History, UNCC, Charlotte, NC 28233, USA
Soc Hist Med 14:199-221. 2001The licensing of African healers in the province of Natal, South Africa combined with urbanization, medical commodification, and an overcrowded biomedical market led to ideological and commercial competition between White biomedical ..
- [New information technologies and health consumerism]Paulo Roberto Vasconcellos-Silva
Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeir, Brasil
Cad Saude Publica 26:1473-82. 2010..Drawing on recent anthropological categories, the study seeks to understand the phenomenon of self-care commodification under the imperative of self-accountability for health...
- The stem cell debate continues: the buying and selling of eggs for researchF Baylis
1234 Le Marchant Street, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 3P7
J Med Ethics 33:726-31. 2007..should be paid a fair wage for their reproductive labour or tissues, while others argue against the further commodification of reproductive labour or tissues and worry about voluntariness among potential egg providers...
- A queer anxiety: assimilation politics and cinematic hedonics in Relax . . . It's Just SexJeff Bennett
Department of Communication, 1040 One Park Place, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30302, USA
J Homosex 52:101-23. 2006This essay explores the commodification of queer identities in independent cinema, offering particular attention to P. J. Castellaneta's 1998 film, Relax . . . It's Just Sex...
- Raffles, human eggs and the market place in human materialJean V McHale
Institute of Medical Law, University of Birmingham
Br J Nurs 19:388-9. 2010..It considers how at present English law is in general against such commodification of human material...
- Inca of the blood, Inca of the soul: embodiment, emotion, and racialization in the Peruvian mystical tourist industryMichael Hill
J Am Acad Relig 76:251-79. 2008..representations of the body and through a common repertoire of emotional responses to inequality, commodification, and privilege...
- Trade in human tissue productsNicholas Tonti-Filippini
John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Med J Aust 194:263-5. 2011..governance which identifies specific ethical issues such as: privacy; unique value of a person's tissue; commodification of the body; equity and benefit to the community; perverse incentives; and "attenuation" as a potentially ..
- Consent and nothing but consent? The organ retention scandalValerie M Sheach Leith
School of Applied Social Studies, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK
Sociol Health Illn 29:1023-42. 2007..Incorporating these notions alongside the discourse of consent also renders concerns about the commodification of the body less acute.
- Divine targets: youth at the centre of Catholic and Pentecostal responses to HIV and AIDS in BrazilMiguel Muñoz-Laboy
Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University, New York, USA
Cult Health Sex 13:657-68. 2011..We discuss the political economy of youth in religious institutions' responses to HIV and AIDS within the context of Brazil's high levels of religious mobility as well as the broader, global commodification of spirituality and religion.
- Reconstructing data: evidence-based medicine and evidence-based public health in contextDavidovitch Nadav
Center for the History and Ethics of Public Health, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, USA
Dynamis 26:287-306. 2006..status, and a rank and file which experienced a process of "de-professionalization") and in its relationship to the welfare state (the link between the medical elite, EBM, EBPH and the commodification of health care and public health).
- Review: Taking care of yourself in later life: a qualitative study into the use of non-prescription medicines by people aged 60+Miranda Leontowitsch
Division of Community Health Sciences, St George s, University of London
Health (London) 14:213-31. 2010..We conclude that such pluralism of approach reflects the growing consumerism in health and self-care and that older people may in fact be similar to other age groups in terms of their approach to such commodification.
- [Complementary practices, medical rationalities, and health promotion: some overlooked contributions]Charles Dalcanale Tesser
Centro de Ciencias da Saude, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brasil
Cad Saude Publica 25:1732-42. 2009..of these contributions, largely overlooked in the past, and the difficulties and guidelines for enabling them in Brazil, related to their non-scientific and poorly institutionalized configurations and their steady commodification.
- Procreative liberty, enhancement and commodification in the human cloning debateSandra Shapshay
Department of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1033 E Third St Sycamore Hall 026, Bloomington, IN 47405 7005, USA
Health Care Anal 20:356-66. 2012..However, even champions of procreative liberty oppose the commodification of cloned embryos, and, by extension, the resulting commodification of the cloned children who would be ..
- A critique of neoliberalism with fierceness: queer youth of color creating dialogues of resistanceJonathan Grady
Department of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90095, USA
J Homosex 59:982-1004. 2012....
- Devalued, deskilled and diversified: explaining the proliferation of the strip industry in the UKTeela Sanders
School of Sociology, University of Leeds, UK
Br J Sociol 63:513-32. 2012....
- Cognitive enhancements and the values of higher educationMatt Lamkin
Center for Law and the Biosciences, Stanford Law School, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305, USA
Health Care Anal 20:347-55. 2012..same social influences and trends that spur demand for these interventions-our hyper-competitive culture, the commodification of education, and our attraction to technological quick-fixes...
- The political economy of publication: marketing, commodification, and qualitative scholarly workYvonna S Lincoln
Texas A and M University, College Station, Texas 77843 4226, USA
Qual Health Res 22:1451-9. 2012....
- The contradictory logic of global ecosystem services marketsKathleen McAfee
San Francisco State University
Dev Change 43:105-31. 2012b>Commodification and transnational trading of ecosystem services is the most ambitious iteration yet of the strategy of ‘selling nature to save it’...
- Ethnography of Men Who Have Sex With Male-to-Female Transgender IndividualsMiguel Munoz Laboy; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Board of Trustees: Systemic Conflict of Interest at Research UniversitiesSHEILA SLAUGHTER; Fiscal Year: 2007..The purpose of examining the COI policies is to identify policies that best address ways to manage institutional and systemic COI. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Thalassemia Clinical Research Network, CanadaNancy Olivieri; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Pentecostalism & Utilization of HIV/AIDS Treatment Services in Central MozambiqueJAMES T PFEIFFER; Fiscal Year: 2007..This exploratory research will also provide evidence for how church expansion is making an impact on AID stigma and is affecting behavior change for HIV/AIDS prevention. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Pentecostalism & Utilization of HIV/AIDS Treatment Services in Central MozambiqueJAMES T PFEIFFER; Fiscal Year: 2008..This exploratory research will also provide evidence for how church expansion is making an impact on AID stigma and is affecting behavior change for HIV/AIDS prevention. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Thalassemia Clinical Research Network, CanadaNancy Olivieri; Fiscal Year: 2008....
- Ecologic Stressors, PTSD, and Drug Use in DetroitSandro Galea; Fiscal Year: 2008....
- Ecologic Stressors, PTSD, and Drug Use in DetroitSandro Galea; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Gender, Power and Latino Mens HIV RiskMiguel Munoz Laboy; Fiscal Year: 2009....
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