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Jean Baudrillard's object value system

Exploring further into the meaning of the value system
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Grant Uba

on 15 October 2012

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Transcript of Jean Baudrillard's object value system

The Object Value System An object gains value if it is able to be used in a productive manner or seems to have a purpose,

Ex:
1. A pen is capable of writing.
2. Glasses are used to increase vision.
Functional Value An object gains value when it can be used in relation to another subject.

Ex:
1. A pen can symbolize education.
2. Glasses can symbolize wisdom.
Symbolic Value An object gains value when it is used within a system of objects.

Ex:
1. One pen may have more prestige than another pen.
2. Wine may suggest social values such as class or taste. Sign Value Exchange Value An object gains value due to it's economic importance.

Ex:
1. A pen may be worth 4 pencils.
2. Glasses may be worth a weeks salary.
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