Ethics in the Fashion Industry [With CDROM] available in Paperback
Knock-off designer handbags, shoplifting, sweatshop labor, provocative advertising, these are just a few examples of complex ethical issues in the fashion industry today. Ethics are about making good decisions, and in the fashion industry-where it is essential to work cooperatively with many different people-understanding ethics is key to being an honest, informed, and effective employee. Ethics in the Fashion Industry provides readers with the tools they need to develop and practice ethical decision-making skills.
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About the Author
Ann Paulins is a professor and Director of Retail
Merchandising at Ohio University.
Julie L. Hillery is the Kohl's Professor of Retailing and
Merchandising and faculty at Northern Illinois University
Table of Contents
Ethics in Everyday Life
People at Work: Management, Supervision, and Workplace Issues
Processes and Pitfalls of the Design and Development of Fashion
Ethical Aspects of Manufacturing and Sourcing Fashion Products
People Who Produce and Manufacture Apparel: Responsibilities and Liabilities in a Complex Industry
Advertising and Promotion
Selling: Decisions, Practices, and Professional Ethics
Consumer Decisions in an Ethical Context
Self-Promotion and Career Search with an Ethical Perspective