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    Hi Guys!

    Im currently studying a Fashion degree and am in my 3rd year writing my dissertation. I am really hoping to speak to a psychology student (post grad or grad - just someone who will help really!). I am writing my dissertation on the issue of labour production in the fashion chain - more specifically, how the education system fails to reflect this to fashion students.

    Basically, I want to speak with someone who can help me understand why people think the way they do - why do we choose to ignore certain things? What is it that makes us so emotionally detached? Is there an influence behind this (media etc).

    I will go into more detail, hopefully do some sort of email interview; if anyone feels they can help?!

    Thanks in advance!
    Becky
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    Hi Guys!

    Im currently studying a Fashion degree and am in my 3rd year writing my dissertation. I am really hoping to speak to a psychology student (post grad or grad - just someone who will help really!). I am writing my dissertation on the issue of labour production in the fashion chain - more specifically, how the education system fails to reflect this to fashion students.

    Basically, I want to speak with someone who can help me understand why people think the way they do - why do we choose to ignore certain things? What is it that makes us so emotionally detached? Is there an influence behind this (media etc).

    I will go into more detail, hopefully do some sort of email interview; if anyone feels they can help?!

    Thanks in advance!
    Becky
    Hi Becky,

    Sorry to see you haven't had a response. Perhaps you may have more luck in the Psychology forum.

    Good luck with your dissertation!
 
 
 
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