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Subsidizing capitalism : brickmakers on the U.S.-Mexican border / Tamar Diana Wilson.

Author/creator Wilson, Tamar Diana, 1943-
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoAlbany : State University of New York Press,
Descriptionxiv, 213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Series SUNY series in the anthropology of work
Contents "The ladrillera" -- Approaches to the "informal sector" and to the brickmakers of Mexicali -- Petty commodity producers in the informal sector : the peasant adaptation of the brickmakers in Colonia Popular, Mexicali -- "The old brickmaker, 1993" -- "Invisible" women and children workers on the Mexicali brickyards -- "Mexicali brickmaker's wife" -- Gender considerations among the brickmakers -- "Brickmaker's daughter, brickmaker's wife" -- The heterogeneity of subsidies to the capitalist system : the case of the garbage pickers -- Are the brickmakers counterhegemonic? -- "Don Rafael's desire".
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. 185-204) and index.
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Technical detailsMode of access: World Wide Web
Genre/formElectronic books.
LCCN 2004018104
ISBN0791465071 (alk. paper)

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