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Naomi Klein, No Logo

“Clear thinking and communication. I worked for years...”

Written on: 18/11/2008 by rebecca woodcock (1 review written)

Clear thinking and communication. I worked for years in fashion and every moment was soul destroying. I have witnessed in Deli children working like slaves in work houses, all sleeping on the floor where they work with little to eat and not education. I left fashion and went into marketing art and crafts products, the deprivation of the people in China is frightening. I know work for children services and the mental health trust! This is systemic neglect and abuse. No bad points, the tone and… Read Full Review

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Naomi Klein, No Logo

“Ostensibly Naomi Klein's No Logo is a book about the...”

Written on: 16/04/2004 by Kirsty 1 (15 reviews written)

Ostensibly Naomi Klein's No Logo is a book about the history of Marketing, so how has it become one of the anti-Globalisation movements bibles?

No Logo takes us on a tour of the world - it begins by considering how we have all become obsessed with labels and logos, from the ghettos of New York to the catwalks of Milan. It examines how and why corporations have done this, both to the individual and to society at large: starting with the MacDonalds outlets in American schools which have replaced… Read Full Review

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