The term "commodified" refers to the process of turning something into a commodity, which is a good or service that is interchangeable with other goods or services of the same type. When something is commodified, it becomes standardized, mass-produced, and often sold for profit.
Commodification can occur with many different types of goods or services, from natural resources like oil or timber, to cultural products like music or art. It can also refer to the process of turning social relations or experiences into marketable products, such as turning a holiday into a consumerist spectacle or turning education into a commodity that can be bought and sold.
Critics of commodification argue that it can lead to the homogenization of culture, the exploitation of workers and natural resources, and the prioritization of profit over social and environmental values.