Toward a Redefinition of the U.S. Sweatshop

@inproceedings{Hayes2014TowardAR,
  title={Toward a Redefinition of the U.S. Sweatshop},
  author={Jacqueline Hayes},
  year={2014}
}
A significant amount of policy and research is based on a definition of the sweatshop that understands it as a worksite in violation of multiple labor and safety laws. Based on an extensive literature review of research on neoliberalism, sweatshops, immigrant labor and immigration law this position paper argues that contemporary changes to the global economy and U.S. immigration policy require a reconceptualization of the U.S. sweatshop. A redefinition would allow policymakers and researchers… CONTINUE READING

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