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Examples of poor working conditions from fashion history

       Kerinnonta (2013) points out that “the garment industry is one of the oldest and largest export industries, and it explains the growth in global manufacturing. In many countries, the garment section is the largest employer in manufacturing.” (as cited Dickerson, 1995) From fashion history, the workers need to face some problems, such as worth working conditions, lower salary sweatshop conditions and flexible contract. These situations not only happen in the developed countries, but also in the developing countries, such as China, Malaysia and Thailand.

     For example, some workers protest the fashion companies about their lower salary, and overworking in the worth condition from Simon Accessories, which is cooperation with the Burberry , with the new Korea’s management in China. After that, the Burberry try to realize the thing and consider that the Simone violate the ethical standard. Finally, the Burberry quits to cooperate with the Simone and to withdraw the market. (Overton, 2012).
 
     On the other hand, some young women and children change their work and need to face the worth conditions and lower salary which cannot afford their cost in the daily life, such as unlimited time working. For instance, the Primary engages some children, who are only between ten to twelve years old, only earn sixty penny per day when they complete a variety of orders in the Bangalore in 2008. (Bridegetmutowembwa, 2013).
 
     In conclusion, these governments of developing countries try to create the laws to protect their work when they face the injustice contract. Otherwise, the governments of developed countries try to amend the immigrant policy which can confirm the workers’ status in every country and control the numbers of immigrant people to improve their quality of life become better.
 
References

  1. Bridgetmutowembwa (2013). Examples of poor working conditions from fashion history. [Weblog]. Available from: https://bridgetmutowembwa.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/examples-of-poor-working-conditions-from-fashion-history/ [Accessed 11/10/13].
  2. Kerinnonta, S. (2013). Examples of poor working conditions from fashion history. [Weblog]. Available from: http://sukrittakerinnonta.wordpress.com/2013/10/09/examples-of-poor-working-conditions-from-fashion-history/ [Accessed 09/10/13].
  3. Overton, I. (2012). Burberry pulls out of China factory following concerns about conditions. [Weblog]. The Burean of Investigative Journalism, 18th Sep. Available from: http://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/2012/09/18/burberry-pulls-out-of-china-factory-following-concerns-about-conditions/ [Accessed 18/09/12].
  4. Figure 1 : Kerinnonta, S. (2013). Examples of poor working conditions from fashion history. [Weblog]. Available from: http://sukrittakerinnonta.wordpress.com/2013/10/09/examples-of-poor-working-conditions-from-fashion-history/  [Accessed 09/10/13].
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