Reproductive rights violations: a comparison of export-oriented industries in Mexico and Morocco

Extrait de l'introduction : "The intellectual puzzle presented in this chapter originates from two interesting observations in my fieldwork settings. In the maquila sector of Mexico, women have to undergo pregnancy screenings upon recruitement and are more or less forced to quit their jobs once pregnant, whereas in another labour frontier country, Morocco, female workers are not subjected to pregnancy tests and hardly any information is available as to pregnancy-related dissmissals."

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In: The gender question in globalization / edited by Tine Davids and Francien van Driel. - Aldershot : Ashgate, 2005. - P. 125.
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303 HEIA 49411
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