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    Sweatshop is Conflicts With the Moral Standards PMP 400 Quan Zhang ( Lyla) Royal Roads University Elvira Perrella March 9, 2015 Sweatshop is Conflicts With the Moral Standards Green, B., & Norton, S. (2011). Reading. In. W, Anne & M. Laura ( Eds.), Essay essentials with readings (pp. 336- 341). Toronto, ON: Nelson Education Ltd. In the article, before the research, like many people, the author’s attitude was old, but after the research, the author’s attitude changed

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    Humanities 3rd Blue 12 November 2014 Sweatshop Exploitation and Responsibility Sweatshops were first well known to the public eye when several major corporations’ exploitation of workers were revealed during the late twentieth century. Sweatshops generally are factories that provide workers with socially unacceptable working conditions, especially dealing with clothing items. With the expanding apparel industries around the world, more and more corporations are using sweatshop factories to their advantage

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    questionable morality of sweatshops has become a highly contested ethical issue. Some argue that sweatshops offer more opportunities for poor workers, and are thus good. Others view inhumane working conditions and exploitation in these factories as prohibitive of good moral practice. In this paper, I will show that sweatshops cannot be immoral using the theory of prices in competitive markets and workers’ decisions to work in sweatshops. By the end of the paper, I will conclude that sweatshops are moral institutions

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    Unethically made goods are predominantly less expensive than goods made outside of sweatshops. With the increase in investigations, it is apparent major brands such as Nike, Disney, Reebok, the Gap and others are involved in the use of sweatshops. Sweatshops are commonly known for having poor working conditions, unfair wages, unreasonable hours, child labor, and a lack of benefits for workers. In foreign countries, sweatshops have around 168 million children ages 5 to 14 forced into child labor (“11

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    Bangladesh Sweatshop

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    live in a first world country; sweatshops. On April 24th, 2013, in Dhaka, a district in central Bangladesh, a sweatshop collapsed on the workers inside, killing a thousand and injuring over two thousand. People were aghast at the working conditions in sweatshops exposed in this event. Raveena Aulakh, Toronto Star journalist, went undercover at a sweatshop to see the factory conditions and wrote about her experience in the article, “I Got Hired at a Bangladesh Sweatshop. Meet my 9-year-old Boss”. The

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    Sweatshops Is Bad

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    Out of Bad Comes Good A sweatshop is a factory where workers receive low wages while being forced to work in poor environments. In general, these workshops produce an abundant amount of the clothing that we wear everyday. However, few acknowledge the act of sweatshop labor, since it is rarely shown to the public eye. Ironically, many popular fashion brands that we buy from all recieve clothes that are made in sweatshops. While sweatshop workers are treated unfairly in the workplace, fast fashion

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    Sweatshop Sociology

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    made. For years, companies like Adidas have used sweatshop to produce their good at a low cost while selling the merchandise at higher price. The Real World: Introduction to Sociology defines sweatshop as “A workplace where workers are subject to extreme exploitation, including below-standard wages, long hours, and poor working conditions that may pose health or safety hazards”. Through research, it is clear that brands like adidas use sweatshops to produce their over price products which leave their

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    Sweatshop Labour

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    INTRODUCTION Sweatshop workers make the ultimate sacrifice for profit. Merchandise in the garment industry are outsourced and produced by slave labourers forced in working conditions that are cruel and exploitative, often in fear of punishment. "A "sweatshop" is defined by the US Department of Labor as a factory that violates two or more labor laws" (Do Something, 2016). Human trafficking in the garment industry is prevalent globally, but astronomical numbers are concentrated in developing countries

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    Sweatshops In China

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    the fact that a massive amount of products that come into North America from faraway lands are produced in sweatshops, including shoes, clothing, and toys. This ignorance over the inhumane and unjust labour conditions happening in factories on other sides of the globe is precisely what keeps these horrifying practices alive. China is home to one of the most enormous and concentrated sweatshop systems in the world. There are approximately 150 million people in China working in ghastly conditions, having

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    Sweatshops      As companies grow larger and more competitive, they are looking for cheaper ways to produce their wares and increase their profit. That is, after all, how companies are able to succeed, by giving their customers a comparable product for a cheaper price. This increases sales and the overall bottom line. Which seems to be a beneficial plan for both the companies and the consumers. That is, as long as the consumers don’t know how the product is being produced

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