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STIGMA, GRIEVANCE, AND EMPOWERMENT: THE LABOR MOVEMENT AT THE BOUNDARIES
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Reviewed By: Society for the Anthropology of Work
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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Chair:  Alena Alamgir (Rutgers University and Rutgers University)
10:30 AM
How Disruption Works: A Spatial Analysis of a Direct Action by A Workers Center
Jacob Lesniewski (Dominican University Graduate School of Social Work and Dominican University Graduate School of Social Work)
11:00 AM
A (Work)Force of Flexibility: Negotiating the Labor Rights and Benefits of Postal Employees
Lauren S Bae (Teachers College, Columbia University and Teachers College, Columbia University)
11:15 AM
Strategies for Occupational Legitimacy Among Doulas:  A Case of the Commodification of Caring
Amy A Moffat (University of California, Merced, University of California, Merced and University of California, Merced)
11:30 AM
Puro Güey:  Fast Food and Immigration In Orange County
Eudelio P Martinez (University of California, Irvine and University of California, Irvine)
11:45 AM
Unruliness As Grievance Procedure: Vietnamese Workers In 1980s State-Socialist Czechoslovakia
Alena Alamgir (Rutgers University, Rutgers University and Rutgers University)