Globalisation Lived Locally: New Forms of Control, Conflict and Response Among Labour in Kerala, Examined Through a Labour Geography Lens
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Keywordsindustrial park; capitalism; organisation; economic responses; apparel workers; social actors; export; Globalisation; Kerala; Labour Geography; Local-Global; Tensions; Space-Place Conflicts; Kerala;
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