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WMS final review

WMS final review - Resisting the Global Sweatshop Miriam...

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Resisting the Global Sweatshop Miriam Ching Louie - sweatshop industries - oppression combined with class, race, gender, national origin - triple shift, natural feminine qualities - Mexican government: anti poor, anti feminism - Pyramid of labor and profit - Agriculture and factory Welcome to the Border Augusta Dwyer - maquiladoras - sexism - shows how recent trade agreements have benefited multinational corporations Sex Discrimination in the Maquiladoras Human Rights Watch - pregnancy tests - poor treatments of women and pregnant women - maquiladoras Voices without Echo Rosa Linda Fregoso - border feminicide - blame women as prostitutes - blame for changing gender roles - moral discourse and discourse of globalization - TNC’s shift: using male labor at times and switching to female labor - Third world women as targets - Willingness of MX government to tolerate violence against women - Can’t simply be blamed on globalization - Crosses Race and Criminalization Angela Davis - why minorities are in jail - women in jail - deeper racism - economic status - inmate labor : cheap labor, little or no pay
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  • Spring '08
  • gopinath
  • Maquiladoras Human Rights, Global Sweatshop Miriam, multinational corporations Sex, Ben Daniel Globalization, blame women

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