Edwards (2006, p. 77) notes the growing popularity of department stores for purchasing fashion items.
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You, Cheng and Yan (2009, p. 37) point out that the production of yarns other than cotton also involves a significant level of pollution.
A by-product of the production of synthetic fibres is nitrous oxide, which depletes the ozone layer (You, Cheng & Yan, 2009, p. 37)
You, S., Cheng, S. & Yan, H. (2009). The impact of textile industry on China's environment. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 2(1): 33-43. Retrieved 12 January 2019 from EBSCOhost - Textile Technology Complete.
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The novel The Sea, The Sea by Iris Murdoch is incisive on the issue of moral goodness, a subject to which Murdoch has devoted much of her life. ("Editorial Design", 2010, p. 66).
Editorial Design. (2010). Design Week, March, 65-68. Retrieved 15 July 2019 from EBSCOhost - Vocational Studies Complete.
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