La muerte de la moda, el día despues. Susana Saulquin. 2 likes. Book. A conversation with Susana Saulquin, an Argentinean fashion sociologist. Susana Saulquin sheds light on some confusing terms and the future.
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La muerte de la moda, el día después by Susana Saulquin
Shary Castellanos marked it as to-read Jan 10, Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: As previously stated, she believes that one key of the new production system lies in groups of young people joining together to create. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
To put it another way, a consumer that chooses freely, without paying attention to trends or fashions: Ayelen Arostegui marked it as to-read Feb 08, The new consumer has an incipient training to surf these muerrte and shows a certain level of individualism, even though he still looks for the possibility of going viral.
Mitzy Garcia marked it as to-read Jan 05, In addition to this, she has completed a great number of research papers and written columns for many publications.
La muerte de la moda, el día después
Fashion trends will multiply and people will choose consciously and freely what to wear, expressing their true identity. Fashion is dead, long live fashions In her latest works, the sociologist analysed how the Industrial Society, with its fashion trends and their accelerated cycles, has led to a production system based on massive volumes of products; and how this has been translated muerrte exploitation, exorbitant consumerism and predation on the planet and its natural resources.
Saulquin has given lecturers and conferences in institutes from all around the globe. It is a slow process and I am going to work hard supporting this system: In her latest works, the sociologist analysed how the Industrial Society, with its fashion trends and their accelerated cycles, has led to a production system based on massive volumes of products; and how this has been translated into exploitation, exorbitant kuerte and predation on the planet and its natural resources.
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Nevertheless, I honestly believed that the transformation was going to happen at a much more accelerated pace. Industrial Society is still strong. Obviously, to murte alert and pay attention to every detail of the entire process is easier when the series are smaller. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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We must be on the watch to assure that the process gets improved. Sonia Bouchez rated it liked ssuana Feb 06, Read more Read less. Daniela Re marked it as to-read Aug 23, Nevertheless, Saulquin strongly believes that an enormous al is growing in society, which will result in the origin of Digital Society. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem?