Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts
Volume 4, Number 2 (Winter 2011)
"Reworking Race and Labor"
Papers must be received by April 30, 2010 to be considered for publication in this issue.
Please send manuscript submissions to the editor: email@example.com. See Style Guidelines (www.raceethnicity.org/styleguide.html) to prepare your document in accordance with the style guidelines of Race/Ethnicity.
Submission of artwork for the cover that relates to the theme of the issue is welcome. See website at http://www.raceethnicity.org/coverart.html for submission guidelines.
Submissions are invited that explore the role of race, ethnicity, and labor at all levels.
* What is the impact of race in national and international labor flows and the global economy?
* How does race shape the development and direction of the labor movement? What factors account for the strength and weakness of organized labor in different national contexts? How have labor unions responded to specific challenges involving race and ethnicity?
* How does race determine occupation so that certain tasks become racialized, and to what degree and in what ways do certain racialized groups of workers enjoy privileges as workers and citizens?
* How does labor contribute to the creation of new social classes/castes or otherwise have influence on cultures?
* How have or might governments, NGOs and other groups address issues of race and labor?
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