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More specifically, however, I want to understand 1 how events alter the interests and actions of industry stakeholders, 2 how network stakeholders impact one another through digital strategies, and 3 how markets and social movements overlap in online communities.


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Toward this end, the research is concerned with learning from the experiences and perceived understandings of diverse stakeholders working within what I am calling a responsible fashion and apparel movement RFAM network, with respect to online consumer-facing campaigns. Lamrad, Nadira and Mary Hanlon. Hanlon, Mary CanadianJournal of Sociology 40 4 , This is an open access, open educational resource project:.

OMGluten: An online reference library for the social dramas that surround the gluten-free diet. We built the campaign because we felt strongly workers were not receiving enough media attention as they fought for an increase in their minimum wage. Since the tragedy at Rana Plaza, the plight of the Bangladeshi garment worker has received mass international coverage. In December, a plan to provide Rana Plaza victims and the families of victims with financial compensation was announced.

You may now be wondering how it could have taken these stakeholders eight months to announce a compensation plan. Miller gave a talk on the story and the book back in September — click on the audio below to listen, and here for the slides.


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