Fetish

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Fetish may refer to:

Anthropological uses[edit]

  • Fetishism, the attribution of religious or mystical qualities to inanimate objects, known as fetishes
  • Zuni fetishes, small carvings from various stones, made by the Zuni Indians
  • Imiut fetish, in ancient Egypt a stuffed, headless animal skin tied by the tail to a pole
  • Fetish priest, in countries of West Africa, a person who serves as a mediator between the spirit and the living

Modern subcultural uses[edit]

Non-subcultural arts[edit]

Business[edit]

  • Commodity fetishism, a Marxist concept of valuation in capitalist markets
  • Venturi Fétish, a car produced by Venturi Automobilesiguation
  • Growth Fetish, a 2003 book by Clive Hamilton advocating a zero-growth economy among "developed" nations