Building on Batik: The Globalization of a Craft Community
Ashgate, Feb 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
Examining the experiences of the international community of batik producers, this book studies individual and collective activities and the emergence of a global craft consciousness, in the light of increasing demand from fashion and tourism and growing competition from commercial mass production.
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Innovation Change and Tradition in the Batik Industry
Function and Meaning of Batiklurik A Reconstruction
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