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  • Author:
    Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin
  • ISBN:
    0415883032
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415883030
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  • Publisher:
    Routledge; 1 edition (February 12, 2011)
  • Pages:
    104 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin (Author). The author looks at the counterfeit industry and shows good examples of this. The author studied the knockoff phenomenon for a period of time, interviewed counterfeiters and presents this information.

Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin (Author). The problem is that this book lacks any decent analysis whatsoever.

Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin holds a P. degree in Anthropology from Harvard University. She is Assistant Professor of General Education at the National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan. She has published short stories and essays in various Chinese newspapers since 1994

Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin holds a P. She has published short stories and essays in various Chinese newspapers since 1994. She worked as a television reporter for China Television Company in the past and produced documentaries on post-earthquake reconstructions. Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology.

Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin, Fake Stuff: China and the Rise of Counterfeit Goods, 2011, Routledge. Ho Hon Leung, Sociology, SUNY College at Oneonta. I am teaching in a college in New York State. about the counterfeit goods phenomenon in China, one of my colleagues waved his Rolex watch. on his wrist, and proudly said to me that his son bought that watch for him as a gift. He was smiling and happy. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy.

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Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin. "The Anthropology of Stuff" is part of a new Series dedicated to innovative, unconventional ways to connect undergraduate students and their lived concerns about our social world to the power of social science ideas a. . "The Anthropology of Stuff" is part of a new Series dedicated to innovative, unconventional ways to connect undergraduate students and their lived concerns about our social world to the power of social science ideas and evidence. Our goal with the project is to help spark social science imaginations and in doing so, new avenues for meaningful thought and action. Each "Stuff" title is a short (100 page) "mini text" illuminating for students the network of people and activities that create their material world.

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Lin, Yi-Chieh Jessica. Fake stuff: China and the rise of counterfeit goods. New York and London: Routledge. Nankai University History Department. Orlove, Benjamin (e. Cite this chapter as: Grove L. (2017) Imitation and Innovation in the Early Twentieth-Century North China Weaving Industry. In: Furuta . Grove L. (eds) Imitation, Counterfeiting and the Quality of Goods in Modern Asian History. Studies in Economic History.

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"The Anthropology of Stuff" is part of a new Series dedicated to innovative, unconventional ways to connect undergraduate students and their lived concerns about our social world to the power of social science ideas and evidence. Our goal with the project is to help spark social science imaginations and in doing so, new avenues for meaningful thought and action. Each "Stuff" title is a short (100 page) "mini text" illuminating for students the network of people and activities that create their material world.

Yi-Chieh Lin reveals how the entrepreneurial energy of emerging markets, such as China, includes the opportunity to profit from fake stuff, that is counterfeit goods that rely on our fascination with brand names. Students will discover how the names and logos embroidered and printed on their own clothes carry their own price tag above and beyond the use value of the products themselves. The book provides a wonderful introduction for students to global markets and their role in determining how they function.


Mavivasa
Gives a good historical background and relevant points to this problem that is hard to track. I needed it for a class, so it is a short, to the point read.
Hunaya
I would rate this as a 2.5 due but due to the short length, lack of depth and high price I cannot justify a rating of 3.

The author looks at the counterfeit industry and shows good examples of this. The author studied the knockoff phenomenon for a period of time, interviewed counterfeiters and presents this information. The examples given are fairly shallow and read more like a summary or semi-finished work.

The problem is that this book lacks any decent analysis whatsoever. I understand that this may be geared towards college students, but imho only freshmen or sophomores will find any use in it (for them this is a strong 3). Those who have done much research into the counterfeit phenomenon will be very disappointed in this work. For example, William Hennessey has a much better analysis of the situation and his paper can be found for free. Fan Yang has another great work on the subject albeit with a slightly different focus, and their paper is free as well.In addition, while doing research on the topic, I found many other free papers which seem to be very similar to this book. This being the case, I see little value add in the way the author treats the subject and thus no compelling reason to recommend it.

I would not recommend this book for anyone who is looking for analysis or has even a little experience with the subject. I would also suggest that most business people who have dealt with China would find little substance in this book.

First and second year college students and those with little knowledge of the subject will enjoy this, however.