The work, lifestyles and domination of chinese migrant garment workers, in comparative perspective
This dissertation, The Work, Lifestyles and Domination of Chinese Migrant Garment Workers, reveals three major changes in the circumstances of the migrant working class in south China over the past two decades, from historical and comparative perspectives -- the rise of a male migrant working population in the export industry sector, a notable shift in the material and social lives of migrant industrial workers, and the emergence of a new factory regime in the export industries that relies...[Show more]
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