Disaggregating corporatism: A gendered perspective of Argentine labor incorporation
AuthorJohnson, Eva, 1949-
AdvisorBuchanan, Paul G.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis work further disaggregates the Argentine corporatist state at the time of initial labor incorporation by analyzing gender. The analysis focuses on the separate set of inducements and constraints implemented as a result of incorporation measures by the populist regime of Juan Domingo Peron (1946 to 1955) which served to manipulate and control the gendered division of the Argentine work force. Labor legislation, labor force organization by the state, and labor contracts negotiated under the auspices of the state are utilized to accomplish the disaggregation.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Latin American Studies