25 Matching Annotations
  1. Sep 2021
    1. most likely

      This means the research isn't 100% supported by evidence or researched.

    2. some

      This qualifier regards problems of class, race, and gender.

    3. some

      Another qualifier showing that not all retailers are the same

    4. probably

      There aren't a ton of qualifiers that I came across but here's one.

    5. The author would like to acknowledge Professor Natalya Lusty, Univer-sity of Melbourne, for her guidance and support throughout the durationof the study.

      This professor and the university probably helped with money and other research problems.

    6. abovementioned issue of class privilege

      There isn't a lot of technical language being used in this report. I think this and the word "feminism" are the only terms someone might find difficult to understand.

    7. highly normative femininity such as ‘girlish enthusiasm’, which can beconstrued as a willingness to work all hours for very little pay in thehope of gaining a foothold in the field”

      Here is another instance of language some might understand. It is nice that the author quickly defines what concepts she is talking about right after it is introduced. Also shows another quotation for evidence!

    8. I was really annoyed and frustrated at universitybecause we were taught to do specification sheets tosend to China, but we weren't educated as to who wasactually receiving those specification sheets, so everychance I got, I tried to do assignments that would edu-cate me about sustainable practices.

      Here is a good example of qualitative data being used through a direct quote.

    9. I was travelling to India a lot,

      The people being interviewed were often using active voice

    10. I will detail expressions of emotional labour by my par-ticipants –in the form of pro-social motivations, entrepreneurial risk,financial precarity and the navigation of ethical complexities, includinggender, race and class dynamics –before turning to the implicationsof this labour on changing fashion practises.

      Here is an example of when the author uses present tense before switching back to past tense

    11. This article references data from 17 in-depth interviews con-ducted between October 2014 and February 2017 with Australian SFentrepreneurs

      Using qualitative secondary research that others have gathered.

    12. Social entrepreneurs are also considered to face increased businessrisk compared to traditional entrepreneurs;

      The verb tense has changed back to the past tense. Sometimes the author interjects to describe her own feelings in the present tense as well.

    13. “thatnot all enactments of practise are consistent or faithful and that eachperformance is situated and in some respect unique”

      Quotations are being used here and throughout the article.

    14. TABLE 1

      More data is used in a table. I think the author uses these because it is an easy way to put a lot of important information into something easy to understand. Most data so far seems to be qualitative.

    15. Shove et al

      Some research is referenced to just by their names.

    16. Figure 1

      Some data about the common elements are used in a diagram! This makes it a lot easier to process since there are many parts. This data seems to be outside research that is widely known in the fashion community.

    17. (Fletcher, 2014;Gwilt & Rissanen, 2011; Leerberg, Riisberg, & Boutrup, 2010;Rissanen & McQuillan, 2016

      Many in-text citations are used just in the background. They include author's names and years instead of superscripts (which I think would be easier to read but oh well).

    18. R E S E A R C H A R T I C L E

      Found on Wiley Journals Audience: Wiley Open Access journals are supported by a network of authoritative journals and societies as well as internationally renowned editorial board members. All research articles published in Wiley Open Access journals are immediately freely available to read, download and share. Wiley Open Access publishes a number of online journals across biological, chemical and health sciences.

    19. I build upon Shove, Pantzar,

      The author is using past research developed from the theory of dynamics of social practice in order to prove her point. She also later references interviews that were conducted (it wouldn't let me highlight all the way down for some reason). It seems she is using older information to prove her more modern point.

    20. SF entrepreneurs like Greenpants play a crucial role in the“unmaking of unsustainability”6 of fashion, yet they face a range ofchallenges in this quest

      Goes from past to present tense in the same section.


      Takes from IMaD structure but some headings help to describe more than just method or results. The headings throughout the body of the article describe the method and result instead of just handing over that information to you. The text is also presented in a "normal." linear format and is a PDF.

    22. Fashion with heart: Sustainable fashion entrepreneurs,emotional labour and implications for a sustainable fashionsystem

      The title begins as something creative to catch the reader's eye, but then helps to explain what the academic journal is about. It uses a little bit of technical language but I think it's pretty easy to understand

    23. Lisa Heinze

      There is only one author and her credentials are listed below her name. She is from Australia and studies gender and cultural studies at the University of Sydney.

    24. Accepted: 19 June 2020

      I am guessing this is when it was actually published. It came out during the pandemic last year!

    25. . I argue that the element of managing emotional labour limitsthe reproduction potential of sustainable fashion design by other practitioners, thusslowing the transition to a sustainable fashion system

      This is the topic of the paper