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Chapter 7: Mobile Subjects: Migration in Comparative Perspective

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Mobile Subjects: Migration in Comparative Perspective
Mobile subjects: Migration in comparative perspective

So far we have examined those processes internal to particular societies which have helped to generate an underclass, concentrating mainly on the USA. In this chapter we will consider international movements of people and workers which also formed this new class. More generally we shall suggest that class formation has always to be seen as partly dependent upon international migration flows, and that such flows have altered significantly in disorganized capitalism.

We will contrast the American and German cases, the neo-liberal and the corporatist. The first section will be mainly concerned with the American case. Following this we will examine the case-study of the clothing industry. The third section will be a lengthy examination of ...

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