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Soc 1 O'Connell Week 6 Notes

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Soc 1 O'Connell Week 6 Notes Sociology 1

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There are the notes for tuesday week 6 lecture with O'Connell, Soc 1
Intro to Sociology
Chuck O'Connell
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Priscilla orellana on Monday February 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Sociology 1 at University of California - Irvine taught by Chuck O'Connell in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 69 views. For similar materials see Intro to Sociology in Sociology at University of California - Irvine.


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Date Created: 02/15/16
Lecture 11 – Week 6 Tuesday 2/9 • Video: Canadian documentary on a factory in Argentina run by the workers themselves o Argentina went into bankruptcy and froze all bank accounts, citizens were left with no money or life savings and protested the system. Destroyed/vandalized banks and rioted. o Factories were the backbone of the Argentinean economy, then they were shut down because they were not profitable. Employees took over these factories instead of taking unpaid wages. They did this by the inspiration of the ceramic factory Zanon, which was also taken over the by workers themselves. They are fighting for “expropriation” since they do not legally own the factories, and the government is trying to evict them. Even schools, ship building factories, ice cream factories and health clinics are being taken over by the workers. o Old factory owners are now trying to regain control of the factories they were once in control of. New presidential election is now trying to promote old capitalist ways and trying to oppose this “new economy” that is emerging by these autonomous workers. “My dreams do not fit on your ballet”. o Very first factory to be taken over by workers was Brookman Suit Factory, taken over by the women that sewed the garments. Owners decided to abandon the factory because the workers were trying to get better salaries and working conditions, and that’s when the workers took over. Judge ordered for them to be evicted and people rioted and formed picket lines all around the building. Government then voted in favor of the expropriation bill proposed by the workers which gave them ownership of the suit factory.


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