Collaborative course that investigate the discovery and dissemination of ideas that promote increased awareness of the fashion industry’s global impact and to help others understand the powerful question: What should I wear? The class will engage and work collaboratively to explore and develop answers to critical questions such as: What is fashion’s function in society? Is sustainable fashion an oxymoron? Can sustainability keep up with the fast pace of consumption? Who is influencing fashion consumption?
This guide includes tools to help guide your research throughout the semester and includes: databases for finding articles, links to library services, and tools.
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