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Author Bauder, Harald, 1969-

Title Labor movement : how migration regulates labor markets / Harald Bauder
Published New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006
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Contents Contents; Introduction; Part I--How Migration Regulates Labor Markets: A Framework; 1. International Segmentation of Labor; 2. Capital and Distinction; Part II--Immigrants in Vancouver; 3. Rules to Work By; 4. Cultural Judgments; 5. Institutionalized Labor Devaluation; Part III--Immigrants in Berlin; 6. Citizenship and Legal Classification; 7. Devalued Germans; 8. Between Support and Exclusion; Part IV--Offshore Labor in Ontario; 9. Discourse of Foreign Farmworkers; 10. Landscape and Scale; 11. Farmfare; Conclusion: Labor, Migration, and Action; Appendix; Notes; Bibliography; Index; A; B; C; D; E
Summary Aiming to unravel the web of regulatory labor market processes related to international migration, this book illustrates how social distinction, cultural judgement, and citizenship subordinate international and foreign workers. It presents case studies in Europe and North America
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.
Foreign workers.
Labor market.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0195180879 (cloth)
0195180887 (paperback)
019534622X (electronic bk.)
9780195180879 (cloth)
9780195180886 (paperback)
9780195346220 (electronic bk.)