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Title: Profiling the Behaviour of People Working with Crafts
Author(s): Fillis, Ian
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Editor(s): Valentine, L
Follett, G
Citation: Fillis I (2010) Profiling the Behaviour of People Working with Crafts. In: Valentine L & Follett G (eds.) Past, Present and Future Craft Practice. Dundee: Duncan of Jordanstone College, National Museums of Scotland, University of Dundee, pp. 124-135.
Keywords: Handicraft Marketing
Handicraft Economic aspects
Issue Date: 2010
Date Deposited: 15-Apr-2011
Abstract: Craft is taken to mean an object which must have a high degree of hand-made input, but not necessarily having been produced or designed using traditional materials, produced as a one-off or as part of a small batch, the design of which may or may not be culturally embedded in the country of production, and which is sold for profit (Fillis 2000).
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