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Nik Theodore

Intersectional Histories of Domestic Worker Organizing

by Georgina Rojas, Nik Theodore and Chris Tilly

Research on informal worker organizing has recently advanced from simply demonstrating that informally employed workers can organize successfully to analyzing how these organizations succeed. Though numerous case studies examine informal worker mobilization in a single sector within a single country within a single historical period (and often within a single organization), few studies have attempted to leverage cross-national or historical comparisons...

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