The Maquiladora Syndrome
Sociologist Gloria González-López offers her reflections about one of the most important lessons she learned about conducting sociological research inspired in feminism and intellectual activism in a Mexico-USA-Mexico transnational context.
More from Gloria González-López
- Mindful Ethics: Comments on Informant-Centered Practices in Sociological Research, Qualitative Sociology, Volume 34, Issue 3 (2011), Page 447-461.
- Ethnographic Lessons: Researching Incest in Mexican Families, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 39 (October 2010): 569-581.
- Epistemologies of the Wound: Anzaldúan Theories and Sociological Research on Incest in Mexican Society, Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge, IV (summer 2006): 17-24.