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Labour Studies
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LABRST 1C03
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David Bush

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LABR ST 1C03 February 28 , 2013 * Cont’d from Feb 26th Race and Class - It is a social category based on a social relation to wealth, power and the means of production - You can not discuss race without talking about class and gender - Racialized workers are a large percentage of the working class (structural racism) - Don’t essentialize race – Racialized groups have internal class conflicts Race, Status, Globalization and Work - Race and the Labour Market - Labour Market Segmentation = Structural racism, hiring practices, employers’ expectations and social segregation - Barriers within work - Access to education Wage Gap - Part of this is explained by historical LMS - Also explained by structural racism in regards to education, employers’ expectations, geography and barriers to advancement Globalization - Neoliberalism internationalized the production chains and created a larger global workforce - The result was the destruction of many more industries in developing nations and an upheaval of the global labour market - The Harvest of Empire - Push Factors = Political/economic disruption - Pull
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