To begin, throughout the article The Tortilla Behemoth, written by Carolina Bank Munoz, there are multiple issues presented that prove themselves to be relevant and relatable to many social theories, both classical and contemporary in form. Firstly, one of the most common issues that is discussed throughout the entire article would be the issue of gender inequality, women’s rights (or the lack thereof) and exploitation. According to Introduction to Sociological Theory, written by Michelle Dillon, exploitation refers to “the capitalist class caring about wage-workers only to the extent...
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concept became clear and more understandable when examined through
the political/ economic category of the analytical framework model.
To conclude, this article displays the many issues in which factory
workers in most underdeveloped countries face everyday. In order to fix
these problems and to make changes to the conditions that these women
face, it is important to bring awareness to their situation. This article is a
Dillon, Michele. Introduction to sociological theory: theorists, concepts, and their applicability to the twenty-first century. Chichester, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Print.
Hristov, J. (2013). SOCI 2110. Oshawa: Trent University.
Muñoz, Carolina. The Tortilla Behemoth: Sexualized Depotism and Women's Resistance in a Transnational Mexican Tortilla Factory. Ithaca: ILR Press, 2004.
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