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Index Acheson, James, 12 action. See collective action; direct action; industrial action; guerilla action activism: anthropologists and, 17–19, 33–52, 68, 314–31, 350; labor, 280; in Mexico, 195; social movement, 312; in Turkey, 275, 277 adjunct faculty (US), unionizing of, 46 advocacy, in anthropology, 48–50 agricultural capitalism, history, Spain, 235–40 agriculture, Mexico, 209–29 Alonso, Julio César, murder of, 223 Alves, Marcelo, 320 American Anthropological Association, policies of, 46 anarchism and anarchists: Brazil, 320; Spain, 244, 252 anthropology: barriers to, 47, 48; usefulness in organizing, 43–52 Arendt, Hannah, 344 Argentina, 17, 18, 111–32 Argentine Metalworkers’ Union (UOM), 112–32 Arpaio, Joe, 41, 51; voted out of office, 42 automation, 116 associations: strawberry growers, Spain, 234–53; trade, 217–224; Turkey, 268 asymmetrical power, 328 ATMs (automatic teller machines), 324, 330 banality of evil, 344–45 Bacon, David, 44 Baer, Hans, 46 bankworkers, 311–31; union, 320–31 bargaining power, 87 bargaining structure, Argentina, 112–32 benefits: lack of in Mexico, 215–19; in Mexico, 219 Berlofa, Rita, 326 Bernstein, Edward, 305 Birelma, Alpkan, 3, 4, 9, 10, 19, 48, 50, 92, 322, 339, 346; on outsourcing, 118, 129 Birlesiko-Metal-IS, 276 Black Lives Matter movement, 51 blame the victim rhetoric, 218 Bohannan, Laura, 18 Bosnian diaspora. See immigration, Sweden Braden, Emma, 4, 181, 19, 21, 17, 340, 342 Brazil, 17, 288, 312–31 Breton Woods institutions, 9, 15, 317, 318 Brodkin, Karen, 21,43 Bronfenbrenner, Kate, 13 356 Index business unionism, 36–39, 108; Argentina, 123; Mexico, 190–202, 210–16; Sweden, 62, 343; Turkey, 279 Calderon, Filipe, 189 capital: international, 311–31; shapes unions, 112 capitalism, 36; collective action of, 134; disaster, 8, 317; neoliberal, 317 casual work, 169–80, 317. See also informal economy Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy (CASE), 41 Charleston, South Carolina. See International Dockers’ Council (IDC) China, 15–21, 74–80; administrative structure of, 139,140; collective bargaining in, 149–55; labor associations, 280; labor policy for subcontracting , 266; NGOs in, 135–58; official union, 151–53 Chinese Workers’ Front, 149–51 civil society: defined, 161; organizations, China, 141,142; organizations, Spain, 186, 222. See also nongovernmental organization Coca-Cola, 276 class, 81; capitalist, 7, 9, 19; collective action of, 14; creation, 341; creative, 78–82; employing, 5, 341; formation, 234–53; interests, 5, 103; Israel, lack of, 292; and obsolescence of unions, 80; offensive of, 108, 337, 347; related to politics and economics, 233; Spain, 251; struggle, 19–22, 162, 181, 186, 223, 182, 339; struggle, lack of in US unions, 5; Sweden, 64–82; Turkey, 268; war, 18, 296, 297; working (see working class) collective action, 11, 12, 13–27, 42, 92, 94, 99; of capitalist class, 14, 22–26, 74, 162, 163, 351; China, 136, 143, 153–57; dilemmas, 12; free riders in, 99; in human evolution, 24, 25, 351; Israel, 296; Mexico, 210–29; Spain, 233–53; subverted, 341; theory, inadequacy of, 11–15, 24–27; Turkey, 247; and unions, 12–16, 111; workers, 112, 161 collective bargaining, lack of in agreements, 238. See also unions collective land. See Ejido Committee for Better Banks, 314, 325 Communication Workers of America (CWA), 314 Communist Party: Brazil, 321; China, 139–42, 152, 159(n9); Greece, 174, 175, 177, 180; Spain, 244; US, 38, 43, 320, 323, 324, 348 comparison, comparative method, 17, 80, 81, 265–67, 280, 337–39 competition, 174; for jobs, 172 computers (in Argentine steel industry), 116–18 construction trades: Switzerland, 89–109; unions, 87–109 conspiracy theories, 10 consumers: groups, 117; middle class, 227–29; movements, 264 contingent labor, 15,358 contract enforcement, Greece, 167 cooperatives: Israel, 292, 293: producer, 237–53 corporations: agribusiness, 210–24; Mexico, 211– 24; noncompliance with Mexican law, 214; transnational, 288. See also maquiladoras corporatist state, 15, 338–45; Argentina, 113; Brazil, 320; defined, 20; dismal failure of in Sweden, 62; dismantling of, 76; Greece, 163; Mexico, 216–24; Sweden, 65–82; unions, 20, 21, 186, 288, 339 corruption, 169–80, 187, 188, 193, 339 creative class, 346, 351. See also class, creative critique, lack of in US labor, 5, 11 cultural revolution, American, 12, 19, 21–26, 345 d’Arbonne, Jessica, 28 debt: consumer, in Sweden, 72; crisis, 331; power of, 4, 350; student, 51 De la O, Maria Eugenia, 3, 49, 288, 339, 340 De la Vega, Guadalupe, 199 democracy, 351; Brazil, 321, 322; corrupted, 312, 339; crisis of, 338; Greece, 163; lack of, 216, 241, 244; Mexico, 201, 202; sham, 8, 22...

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