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Connecting Personal Biography and Social History: Women Casino Workers and the Global Economy
Economic globalization has been described as the "most fundamental redesign of the planet's political and economic arrangements since as least the industrial revolution" (Mander, 1996). This article explores its implications in the lives of a group of women casino workers. Based on a qualitative study in which data were collected from key informants, focus groups of community leaders and professionals, and in-depth interviews with women casino workers themselves, the study attempts, in the spirit of C. Wright Mills (1959) and social work's tradition of person-in-environment, to connect "the patterns of [individual] lives and the course of world history."
Jones, Jill B. and Chandler, Susan
"Connecting Personal Biography and Social History: Women Casino Workers and the Global Economy,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 28:
4, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol28/iss4/10
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