In what ways did losing their factory jobs affect

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14. In what ways did losing their factory jobs affect Rustbelt men’s masculinity?
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some confused about the lessons that they, as moral teachers, can impact to their children “I’ve always taught the youngsters that if you work hard and play by the rules, then things will work out. Well, we’ve worked hard and we’ve played by the rules and you see what’s happening to us” Some informants felt the very essence of their command over the institution of family to be threatened, and all remained steadfast in their desire to preserve it “My kids are the most important to my wife and I. There’s a hog pant here in Monmouth and trust me it’s not one of my choice to go do, but I’m going to say that I won’t. I’ve got to keep the family together.” 15. What are some of the issues faced by towns dealing with deindustrialization and what strategies have some of these towns adopted as a result?
16. What are everyday emergencies for Catadores working at Jardim Gramacho?
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These everyday emergencies disrupt daily routines, stable living arrangements, and networks of care—straining families, especially women, with additional needs and obligations. Sometimes an emergency was the very reason a catador began working on the dump. Catadores work in the sun and rain with no shelter aside from faded beach umbrellas that they find in the garbage and stick into the tops of their filled burlap sacks. They breathe nauseating fumes of methane gas produced by the decomposing waste beneath their feet.

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