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Bibliography of Mexican labor

Maria Lorena Cook

Bibliography of Mexican labor

by Maria Lorena Cook

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Published by Joint Center for Latin American Studies in Stanford [Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Labor movement -- Mexico -- Bibliography.,
    • Labor unions -- Mexico -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Maria Lorena Cook.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7164.L1 C824 1984, HD8115 C824 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 73 leaves ;
      Number of Pages73
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2140670M
      LC Control Number88209690

      Winner of the ALLA Book Award honorable mention!Labor and Legality: An Ethnography of a Mexican Immigrant Network is an ethnography of undocumented immigrants who work as busboys at a Chicago-area restaurant. Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz introduces readers to the Lions, ten friends from Mexico committed to improving their fortunes and the lives of their families.   The Global Perspective of Urban Labor in Mexico City, – examines the global entanglement of the Mexican labor movement during the Mexican Revolution. It describes how global influences made their entry into labor culture through the cinema, the theater, and labor festivals as well as into the development of consumption patterns and advertisement.

      Merchants of Labor: The Mexican Bracero Story: An Account of the Managed Migration of Mexican farm workers in California San Jose: Rosicrucian Press, Driscoll, Barbara. The Tracks North: The Railroad Bracero Program of World War II. Austin, Tex.: CMAS Books, Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, Mexican agricultural workers, considered an unlimited supply of cheap labor, have been pawns to a host of economic, political, social, and humanitarian interests. Poor wages, lack of educational opportunities for the children, malnutrition, poor sanitation, and discrimination have contributed to continued sources of friction between Texas.

      Herbert Spencer, (born Ap , Derby, Derbyshire, England—died December 8, , Brighton, Sussex), English sociologist and philosopher, an early advocate of the theory of evolution, who achieved an influential synthesis of knowledge, advocating the preeminence of the individual over society and of science over magnum opus was The Synthetic Philosophy (), a.   Mexico does not admit a distinction between employees. All employees, foreign or national, are guaranteed all statutory benefits in accordance with Federal Labour Law. Misclassification.


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Bibliography of Mexican labor by Maria Lorena Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

The bibliography presents citations (some with annotations) dealing with Mexican Americans in a migrant labor setting. Dates of the bibliographic entries range from to Materials are grouped under 9 subject : Susan Strange, Rhea Pendergrass Priest.

Much of this labor was provided by Mexican guest workers, Tejano migrants, and undocumented immigrants, who converged on the region beginning in the mids.

Of Forests and Fields tells the story of these workers, who toiled in the fields, canneries, packing sheds, and forests, turning the Pacific Northwest into one of the most productive Cited by: 2. The crisis of Mexican labor by Dan La Botz,Praeger edition, in English We don't have this book yet.

You can add it to our Lending Library with a $ tax deductible donation. Bibliography: p. [] Includes index. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class /Cited by: Mr. Vernon Penner has written a book on labor matters in Mexico titled "LABOR LAW OF MEXICO AND BUSINESS". It is possible to acquire a copy by contacting him #Mr.

Penner. If you wish to see a listing of the Book's Index please see the end of this page. FEDERAL LABOR LAW. There are basically two federal laws that govern over labor issues in Mexico.

General works --Colonial period --Mexican period --Guadalupe Hidalgo to to World War II --World War II to the s --Labor, immigration, and the border region --Civil rights and politics --Culture --Bibliographies and guides --Collections, archives, and libraries --Journals.

Fernández-Aceves, María Teresa. "Once We Were Corn Grinders: Women and Labor in the Tortilla Industry of Guadalajara, " International Labor and Working-Class History, No. 63 (): García, Mario. "The Chicana in American History: The Mexican Women of. The Mexican Federal Labor Law also defines the shifts and hours in the country’s work day.

Labor relations in Mexico have established that there are three shifts. They are day, evening and mixed. The day shift is between 6 am and 8 pm. The maximum amount of time that a worker can labor during the day is for 8 hours.

Mexico under Spain, Society and Origins of Nationality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Lockhart, James, "Encomienda and Hacienda: The Evolution of the Great Estate in the Spanish Indies," Hispanic American Historical Review, 49, No.

3, August James K. Polk: A Political Biography () online edition; Pletcher David M. The Diplomacy of Annexation: Texas, Oregon, and the Mexican War ().

Rives, George Lockhart. The United States and Mexico, (2 vol ) vol 1 to end of ; Schroeder John H. Polk's War: American Opposition and Dissent, Speaking of Bellatín, this Peruvian-Mexican writer is the author of another key Mexican text; Salón de belleza (). If you’re short on time, yet still want to dive into the world of Mexican literature, the haunting Salón de belleza is the place to just 60 pages, Bellatín narrates a parable-like tale that ruminates elegantly on life, death and the ousting of the unwanted from.

This is a Mexican American list consists of books, and journal articles, about Mexican Americans, Chicanos, and their history and list includes works of literature whose subject matter is significantly about Mexican Americans and the Chicano/a experience.

This bibliography includes the major primary and secondary sources for research on farm labor organizing and the Chicana/o Movement in the State of Washington. General Document and Image Collections In Yakima, two collections have perhaps the most useful material on farm labor.

Explore our list of Mexicans & Mexican Americans - Biography Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are. Mexican Labor in the United States: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Chicago and the Calumet region. Migration statistics, II-IV American immigration collection Volume 2 of Mexican Labor in the United States, Paul Schuster Taylor University of California publications in economics, California University: Author: Paul Schuster Taylor: Edition: reprint.

The late, Dr. Jeffrey Marcos Garcilazo's book, Traqueros: Mexican Railroad Workers In The United States,details the contributions of Mexican track workers in building railroads across the Midwestern/Western United States.

While many immigrants helped construct these lines, such as Chinese, African Americans, and Italians there was no authoritative title on the contribution of. Known as “The Salad Bowl of the World,” California’s Salinas Valley became an agricultural empire due to the toil of diverse farmworkers, including Latinos.

A sweeping critical history of how Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants organized for their rights in the decades leading up to the seminal strikes led by Cesar Chavez, this important work also looks closely at how different. Mexican Labor and World War II Braceros in the Pacific Northwest,   Mexican-born and US-educated Ernesto Galarza, uses his b.g.

as labor organizer, university lecturer and scholarly journal editor to sift through U.S. and Mexican source materials not previously known to the lay reader. The one huge drawback is Pt IV which goes into the more bureacratic details about the program and thus weighs the whole book s: 1.

Much of this labor was provided by Mexican guest workers, Tejano migrants, and undocumented immigrants, who converged on the region beginning in the mids.

Of Forests and Fields tells the story of these workers, who toiled in the fields, canneries, packing sheds, and forests, turning the Pacific Northwest into one of the most productive.

His book Merchants of Labor: The Mexican Bracero Story analyzes the bracero in California agriculture. This book initiates Galarza’s farm labor advocate phase. Biography; You'll also get. Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sable, Martin Howard.

Mexican and Mexican-American agricultural labor in the United States. New York: Haworth Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Howard Sable.Indeed, students of Chicano history, Southwest labor, and relations cannot avoid bumping into archival documentation that testifies to the significant presence and activism of the Mexican government via its consulate corps within the expatriate communities across the United States.

"Hundreds of books about Mexican American history and their contemporary experiences in the United States have been published since the s. Until now, however, a book on the role of the Mexican American working class in the development of the U.S. Left has remained largely missing. Radicals in the Barrio is a remarkable book that fills the.