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Women, men, and the international division of labor / edited by June Nash and María Patricia Fernández Kelly.

; Fernández-Kelly, María Patricia, 1948-
Albany : State University of New York Press, [1983] .
ISBN 0873956842, 0873956834

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George Washington
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Other Authors Fernández-Kelly, María Patricia, 1948-
Nash, June C., 1927-
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Commerce extérieur et emploi.
Division internationale du travail.
Femmes -- Travail.
Foreign trade and employment.
International division of labor.
Internationale Arbeitsteilung.
Women -- Employment.
Series SUNY series in the anthropology of work.
Description xv, 463 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1983]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1: Global accumulation and the labor process -- The impact of the changing international division of labor on different sectors of the labor force / June Nash -- The new international division of labor and the U.S. work force: the case of the electronics industry / Robert T. Snow -- Capitalism, imperialism, and patriarchy: the dilemma of third-world women workers in multinational factories / Linda Y.C. Lim -- Part 2: Production, reproduction, and the household economy -- Women, production, and reproduction in industrial capitalism: a comparison of Brazilian and U.S. factory workers / Helen I. Safa -- Household, community, national, and multinational industrial development / Neuma Aguiar -- Kitchens hit by priorities: employed working-class Jamaican women confront the IMF / Lynn Bolles -- The domestic clothing workers in the Mexican metropolis and their relation to dependent capitalism / José Antonio Alonso -- Part 3: Labor flow and capital expansion -- Labor migration and the new industrial division of labor / Saskia Sassen-Koob -- Mexican border industrialization, female labor force participation, and migration / María Patricia Fernández Kelly -- Maquiladoras: a new face of international capitalism on Mexico's northern frontier / Jorge A. Bustamante -- The formation of an ethnic group: Colombian female workers in Venezuela / Magalit Berlin -- Part 4: Case studies in electronics and textiles -- Silicon Valley's women workers: a theoretical analysis of sex-segregation in the electronics industry labor market / Susan S. Green -- Fast forward: the internationalization of Silicon Valley / Naomi Katz and David S. Kemnitzer -- The division of labor in electronics / John F. Keller -- The impact of industrialization on women: a Caribbean case / Eve E. Abraham-Van Der Mark -- The emergence of small-scale industry in a Taiwanese rural community / Hu Tai-Li -- Women textile workers in the militarization of Southeast Asia / Cynthia H. Enloe -- Global industries and Malay peasants in peninsular Malaysia / Aihwa Ong.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8626993
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