A commodity is a product that is harvested, extracted or created in order to be sold for profit. Supermarkets are full of commodities, many of which have been imported and may — like the Windward Islands’ bananas — constitute a major part of the source countries’ gross national product (GNP).
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- Media Texts as Commodities
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