The Regional Impact of Globalization: The ‘Spatial Fix’ in Southern Textiles, 1974–1997
From originally denoting the chaotic impact of capitalist expansion on established social structures and intellectual paradigms, globalization has recently become, like many of its theoretical predecessors, a universal, a ‘violent abstraction’ (Sayer 1987).
KeywordsLabour Market Textile Industry Hispanic Population North American Free Trade Agreement Tight Labour Market
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