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Lecture 8

Lecture 8

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Social Science
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SOSC 1000
Terry Conlin

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4. Work & Class 1. What is work? 2. Alienation and Class 3. Employment, Unemployment and Underemployment (Main St. to Bay St.) 4. Top Ten Lists: Pay, Danger and Crime 5. Labour and Law 6. Perspectives on Labour and Management 7. Westray NAIRU: Non-Accelerating Inflation Rate of Unemployment Marilyn Waring Video continued: 1995 – produced by: Kent Martin Killing people is considered very valuable in the economic system Since the oil shock of 1974-1975, it has been the purpose of the US to improve the economy War pays, war contributes to development and growth (wealth???) The Philippines can be seen as the microcosm of the world Female slavery is a growing industry worldwide. Services include prostitution to help get out of poverty 70% of women and girl in Thailand have become infected with the HIV Virus Those who sexually exploit children are seen as doing productive work, since they are generating income Foreign own companies and Philippino elites own 90% of the land In a country of 90 million people 20 million are homeless th It’s the 8 largest exporter of food 17 million children die each year from diseases from poverty; 2 thirds of these deaths are preventable CFCs have an effect on world population, weather, cancers, crop yield and etc. Economics is a tool that people use to exploit people The Census tracks unpaid work in 1996, 2001, & 2006 2010: the census was abolished because it was too intrusive on the lives of Canadians 2011 census entir
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