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Gender & Work in the Global Economy
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McGuire, Gail. 2010. “Gender &Amp; Work in the Global Economy”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


In this course we will examine how gender is constructed and how gender
inequality is maintained in the new global economy. Some of the issues we will examine
include the export of U.S. manufacturing jobs, the international exchange of women
workers, informal labor, and the intersection of class, race and gender inequality. In
addition to...

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College 200

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