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Women's Labor in the Global Economy: Speaking in Multiple Voices

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Globalization is not a new phenomenon; women throughout the world have been dealing with the circumstances and consequences of an international economy long before the advent of the transnational corporate conglomerate. However, in a mercenary example of the tried clich "the more things change, the more they stay the same," women-particularly those of color-continue to be ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 5th 2007 by Rutgers University Press
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Yeah, I'm the kid that reads all my books before the semester starts.
This book is for my seminar on women and global labor. Anyone want to guess how excited I am about this course? The book itself is a collection of essays on various subjects with the common theme of women in global economy. The book is broken down into three sections; each section represents a specific issue which is found in respect to global labor.
The first section, "Laboring in Transnational Public Spheres," looks at women
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