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Commercialism can also be used in a negative connotation to refer to the possibility within open market capitalism to exploit objects, people, or the environment for private gain for the purpose of generating profit.
As such, the related term "commercialized" can be used in a negative fashion, implying that someone or something has been despoiled by commercial or monetary interests.
Commercialism can also refer, positively or negatively, to corporate domination. Commercialism is often closely associated with the corporate world and advertising, and often makes use of advancements in technology.
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