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Convocatorias Participantes Seleccionados. A Dictionary of Literary Terms. London: Penguin Books. Ducrot, Oswald, y Tzvetan Todorov. Buenos Aires: Siglo Veintiuno. Fowler, Roger. A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms.
London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Greimas, A. Madrid: Gredos. Groden, Michael, y Martin Kreiswirth, eds. Barcelona: Ariel Preminger, Alex, ed. Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Enlarged ed. Prince, Gerald. A Dictionary of Narratology. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. PA: Temple University Press, Taken together they paint a stark picture of the situations Puerto Rican women have faced because of gender and class considerations.
Some focus on particular sectors: the needle trades, the garment industry, clerical work and teaching. The effects of migration, technology, unionization and globalization are deftly interwoven in this presentation of changing work patterns, particularly among Puerto Rican women in New York. The first three decades of the twentieth century set the stage for the later vulnerability Puerto Rican women have faced in the labor market since the island needle workers preferred to work at home in order that they could fulfill the domestic gender roles society expected of them.
In spite of low wages and discrimination, the author indicates the garment industry of the city would not have survived without their labor in the s and 60s. The lack of other skills left them jobless when the industry globalized but their low wages had allowed them to educate a new generation of Puerto Rican workers.
In another very interesting essay, Virginia Sanchez Korrol explores the role of Puerto Rican teachers in the struggle to help increasing numbers of bilingual children in New York City during two decades beginning in the late forties.
The struggle against English-only programs then presages our modern controversies. A twenty-year campaign, ending in a historic law suit to compel bilingual education, is the proud legacy of this cadre of auxiliary teachers. Another chapter explores the impact of job losses in the mid-Atlantic region in the decades of the s and 80s. Alice Colon-Warren offers a thought-provoking discussion of the relationship between gender and poverty and the unequal incorporation of women and men into the labor market.
Pessimistically, Carmen Perez-Herrans foresees another wave of migrants to the Unites States because of limited job opportunities in Puerto Rico. Women see the family as a productive venture and often sacrifice their own work needs in favor of the familia. Many fall into welfare eventually because of unstable relationships with partners, lack of child care and demeaning working conditions.
Out of every 40 clericals, 39 are women. This unique collection written by female scholars is a needed prism through which to continue examining the plight of Puerto Rican women on the island and the mainland.
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