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Muszynski, Alicja

Cheap wage labour; race and gender in the fisheries of British Columbia

McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal. 1996, x, 314p., maps, tables, dj. "Using the fishing industry in British Columbia as a case study, Alicja Muszynski explores how Marx's labour theory of value can be applied to a specific industry and the creation of a specific labour force. She reworks Marx's theory in order to incorporate race and gender as principles that not only created a proletarianized labour force but also legitimized the payment of low wages to particular groups." - front

Cat.No: 50756

Price: $10.00

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