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Within a professional setting such as a business or educational institution, people make decisions about what level of attention and care they give to the tasks at hand, what they produce, how they produce it and how they present their work to others. If we never had to deal with people, we would not have any reason to worry about ethics. Ethics in the Fashion Industry studies the relationships between individuals within departments in the textiles, apparel and retailing industries, as well as the decision-making processes and ethical implications of their actions. Paulins and Hillery hope to make students aware of controversial issues within the industry and of potential consequences or benefits of their actions as they work through the decision-making process. Thus creating professionals who make good decisions.Features:-- Draws upon "real word" experience through interviews with industry professionals-- Case studies supplement the content of each chapter-- CD-ROM includes projects that relate to the issues discussed in each chapter-- Instructor's Guide provides suggestions for planning the course and using the text in the classroom
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|
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