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101 student Borderless - can spend time with each other?...

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Page 1 of 2 FMG On-Demand Video #36318: WEEK 6 WEEK 6WEEK 6 Borderless: The Lives of Undocumented Workers Crossing Borders for Survival: Why do undocumented workers leave their home countries to work elsewhere? What relationships do they sacrifice, by doing this? Undocumented workers sustain two economies – which economies are these? Women working as Domestics/Nannies: What sorts of thoughts go through their heads as they do their jobs? How do they maintain relationships with their family members, their own kids, back home? How do the children feel toward their mothers, who (as the kids see it) leave them behind? What is difficult about flying their kids to the cities where they are working, so the
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Unformatted text preview: can spend time with each other? Page 2 of 2 What do they do with the barrels they (the women interviewed for the video) talk about? How do the women feel about the types of work they do being passed down through generations of their families, from mother to daughter? Men working in construction: What is the hourly wage of undocumented male construction workers, compared to the wages earned by coworkers who are citizens? Why does the undocumented construction worker, interviewed for this video, feel he cannot complain to his boss about the relatively low wages he receives?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2009 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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