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Unformatted text preview: Occurred in the mid 1800s to early 1900s It was a lifestyle choice/social movement against industrialization Starving artist lifestyle-Labor unions formed in the 1800s to try to reduce some of the negative consequences of working in the factories Worker protections were put in place that helped guarantee worker rights and more equitable pay-Factory workers in Malaysia Aihwa Ong Free trade zones (FTZ) were created in Malaysia to encourage foreign companies to build factories in Malaysia, they are deregulated, so foreign companies can build factories, pay less factories, deal with fewer restrictions in these zones. As such, exploitation of workers is very high in these FTZ. Demonic Possession every few months the workload becomes unbearable in the Malaysian factories and the women hallucinate or experience seizures...
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- Spring '06