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[Changes in how we consume, impacted by developments in technology and global travel, have transformed the consumption of fashion. As the industry continues to grow, and opportunities to consume fashion develop and expand, increasing concern has been afforded to the illicit counterfeit fashion...
[This chapter situates an understanding of the consumption of counterfeit fashion goods with the aim of challenging popular ideas about the ‘typical’ counterfeit consumer and argues that there is little evidence to support this notion. The chapter examines the relevance of situational and...
[This chapter explores why people buy counterfeit fashion through examining the dynamics of consumer purchasing behaviour and attitudes towards the consumption of counterfeit fashion. This chapter argues that although cost, location and other superficial factors are important to an extent, this...
[This chapter explores why consumers buy counterfeit goods within broader discussions around attitudes towards crime, harm and victimisation. In addition to examining the impacts of the counterfeit industry, this chapter examines the inter-related nature of the counterfeit and legitimate...
[Despite the importance of the consumer in counterfeiting policy, there has been a lack of attention within criminology about the demand for counterfeit goods. A tendency to explain counterfeit consumption through deviance or ‘othering’; reinforces stereotypical assumptions about consumers and...
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