Dying for an iPhone
Apple, Foxconn and the Lives of China’s Workers
Jenny Chan, Mark Selden, Pun Ngai
Where did your phone come from?
Who made it?
This book tells the story of the people who make iPhones, iPads and Kindles, driving the huge profits of two of the world’s most powerful companies – Foxconn and Apple – and the implications for global consumers.
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“CRITICAL , ACCESSIBLE , and RIGOROUSLY RESEARCHED ,
this book offers the most comprehensive analysis of Foxconn, the world’s largest electronics factory: its bleak landscape, dire consequences, and inspiring efforts to change it for the better.”
Jack Linchuan Qiu
Author of Goodbye iSlave: A Manifesto for Digital Abolition
WHAT IS THE TRUTH ?
- Buy with 1-Click: Independent Contractors in China’s Last-Mile Delivery
- Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle
- “Long Hours, No Pay? Electronics Manufacturing in China and India.”
- Book Talk: Dying for an iPhone: Apple, Foxconn, and the Lives of China’s Workers
- Behind the Scenes of a Tech Giant: Factories and Marginalized Voices of Workers
- State–labor relations and the emergence of grassroots workers’ organizations in China
- Stagiaires : les 15 millions de forçats de l’industrie électronique chinoise
- Worker Organizing in China: Challenges and Opportunities
- “Foxconn’s Rise and Labor’s Fall in Global China.” American Affairs (Winter), Volume IV, Number 4: 103-18.