Illegal. Unamerican. Disposable. In a nation with an unprecedented history of immigration, the prevailing image of those who cross our borders. Contents Introduction Breeding Ignorance, Breeding Hatred Chapter 1: Undocumented Latinas: The New Employable Mother Chapter 2: The Nanny Visa: The. Disposable Domestics by Grace Chang, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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She is a MacArthur fellow and was named one of Time ‘s world’s most influential people in Informative and frighteningly more relevant today than when it originally published. This will easily hold the attention of anyone interested in immigration, labor, feminism, poverty, or the self-consuming black hole of late Capitalism.
Disposable Domestics : Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy
The Bracero Program Revisited Chapter 3: To ask other readers questions about Disposable Domesticsplease sign up. Although the book would be most valuable when read in its entirety, individual chapters could also be used in isolation. Owen rated it really liked it Dec 16, Without cookies your experience disoosable not be seamless. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
Pages with related products. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. While she cites examples of historical immigration policies that exploit male workers such as the bracero programher analysis here is intentionally framed by a gender lens.
This is a work you can reach for whenever your belligerent friends and relatives start discussing immigration reform code speak for pro-white nationalism. Immigrants and Workfare Workers: No trivia or quizzes yet. Foreword by Alicia Garza writer and Oakland-based activist.
She provides numerous examples of INS and welfare policies that perpetuate the feminization of poverty. Account Options Sign in. Return to Book Page. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
The book is poorly written and is hardly debatable as the amount of left-wing propoganda is insurmountable. The book could also be used as the basis for a participatory debate, providing the opportunity to use the many important examples in the book to counter myths that emanate from a pervasive anti-immigrant ideology.
Gatekeeping and Housekeeping An Excerpt: Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Disposable Domestics is highly informative, recommended reading for feminists, unionists, immigration policy makers, and the non-specialist general reader with an interest in immigration issues, economics, women’s rights, and fair labor practices.
While disposabble overt purpose of this voter initiative was to curtail immigration, ostensibly by restricting the use of public benefits and social services by undocumented immigrants, the real agenda behind it was to criminalize immigrants for presumably entering the country “illegally” and stealing resources from “true” United States citizens.
Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy. Emplyable but “Not Employed” Chapter 4: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Emplyable but “Not Employed” Chapter 4: Disposable Domestics reveals how these women, servicing the economy as domestics, nannies, maids, and janitors, are domestcs by politicians and the media.
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She makes a compelling argument that U. Lists with This Book. Breeding Ignorance, Breeding Hatred Induring one of the worst, but certainly not unprecedented, systematic attacks on immigrants to the United States, immigrants and their allies began sporting T-shirts bearing the face of an indigenous man and the slogan, “Who are you calling illegal, Pilgrim? Product details Format Paperback somestics Dimensions x x Read more Read less.
The New Employable Mother Chapter 2: The work is relevant and imminently teachable. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Immigrant Women Workers In The Dkmestics Economy, writer and activist Grace Chang domesitcs counters arguments in favor of curbing immigration and eliminating access to education, health care, and welfare as she exposes the racism and misogyny directed against female immigrant workers in American society.
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About Grace Chang Grace Chang is a writer and activist, joining in struggles for the rights of migrant women and women of color in the United States.
For example, how do union organizing strategies need to change to meet the needs of the growing low-wage contingent workforce and to meet the challenge of employer anti-immigrant union-busting tactics? But as Chang also shows us, the forces of racism, misogyny, and neoliberalism have never succeeded in denying these women dignity, personhood, or power. Trivia About Disposable Domest Immigrants disposab,e Workfare Workers: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
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