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A trenchant analysis of modern mass marketing methods, and the nature of consumer capitalism.

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This study examines the power of the logo, noting its increasing capacity for making the product subservient. It then reaches its core argument - the now uneasy struggle between corporate power and anti-corporate activism - via sweatshop labour, submerged identity and subversive action.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780006530404
Author:
KLEIN, NAOMI
Publisher:
Libri
Location:
London
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Abridged:
Abridged Edition
Series Volume:
no. 145
Publication Date:
20010115
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
xxi, 490 p.
Dimensions:
198 x 129 in.

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"Synopsis" by , This study examines the power of the logo, noting its increasing capacity for making the product subservient. It then reaches its core argument - the now uneasy struggle between corporate power and anti-corporate activism - via sweatshop labour, submerged identity and subversive action.
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