Review of Dr. Eric FLORENCE from China Perspectives (2022)

‘Dying for an iPhone is an important addition to a substantive body of scholarship on the politics of labour in post-socialist China…. It will be of great interest both for teaching purposes and for scholars, journalists, and social activists interested in global labour.” —Eric Florence, China Perspectives 2022/2 (June), pp. 79-80 Full Text in : https://doi.org/10.4000/chinaperspectives.13877

Reviewers: Anathasia Citra and Grace Amin , Ethnic and Third World Literatures (E3W Review of Books)

‘Dying for an iPhone’ This book is relevant and timeless and also will be an excellent journey for academics, students, and practitioners to dive deeper into the world of industrial psychology and crisis communication management of a company. Reviewers: Anathasia Citra and Grace Amin Ethnic and Third World Literatures (E3W Review of Books) Spring 2022,Continue reading “Reviewers: Anathasia Citra and Grace Amin , Ethnic and Third World Literatures (E3W Review of Books)”

Journal of Asian Studies: a new Book Review of Dying for an iPhone

‘Dying for an iPhone by Jenny Chan, Mark Selden, and Pun Ngai is a detailed unpacking and deconstruction of the tales that Foxconn and Apple spewed to the world…. We learn of the use of student interns, of the differential ways in which young men and women negotiated their loves and desires, and of the near-impossibleContinue reading “Journal of Asian Studies: a new Book Review of Dying for an iPhone”

Dan V. Hirslund, The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies

‘Dying for an iPhone is an important book.…why iPhones continue to kill despite the advances made in ‘fair trade’ and other solidarity movements… Workers and disenfranchised populations all over the globe are feeling the brunt of capitalism’s advances in the past decades. But what sort(s) of movement(s) would it take to confront the unequal accumulation ofContinue reading “Dan V. Hirslund, The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies”