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Street vendors, television extras, Walmart stockers, and more:worker subjectivity and labor processes in atypical work.(Enrique de la Garza Toledo)

Iskander, Natasha

Work and Occupations, August, 2012, Vol.39(3), p.270-279 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Street vendors, television extras, Walmart stockers, and more:worker subjectivity and labor processes in atypical work.(Enrique de la Garza Toledo)
  • Autor: Iskander, Natasha
  • Assuntos: Latin Americans -- Social Aspects
  • É parte de: Work and Occupations, August, 2012, Vol.39(3), p.270-279
  • Descrição: This essay reviews Enrique de la Garza Toledo's anthology on atypical work, titled Trabajo no clasico, organizacion y accion colectiva (Vols. 1 & 2) and situates it within the larger tradition of Latin American sociology of work. It argues that the anthology merges an emphasis on labor processes in a specific industry with an attention to the subjectivities and relationships that support worker agency and labor movements. Moreover, it posits that the rich case studies on atypical work in a wide spectrum of settings in Mexico City that are included in these two volumes provide grounded material for meso-level theorizing about the factors that shape atypical work and the ways that workers in those jobs respond to them. [Reprinted by permission of Sage Publications Inc., copyright holder.]
  • Idioma: English

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