|The Border Industrialization Program||p. 19|
|The Maquila Women: Characteristics of the Work Force in Ciudad Juárez's Assembly Plants||p. 47|
|Maquiladoras and the International Division of Labor||p. 70|
|Offshore Production and Local Labor Markets in the International Context||p. 91|
|Maquiladoras: the View from Inside||p. 108|
|Maquiladoras and Cultural Change in Ciudad Juárez||p. 133|
|Maquiladora Work and Household Organization: an Ethnographic Account||p. 151|
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