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Further Reading

Chapkis, Wendy, and Cynthia Enloe. Of Common Cloth: Women in the Global Textile Industry . 1983.

Colclough, Glenna, and Charles M. Tolbert. Work in the Fast Lane: Flexibility, Divisions of Labor, and Inequality in High-Tech Industries . 1992.

Fernandez-Kelly, Maria Patricia. For We Are Sold, I and My People: Women and Industry in Mexico's Frontier . 1983.

Friaz, Guadalupe Mendez. "Employment Security in a Nonunion Workplace: A Study of Blue Collar Workers in a High-Tech Firm." Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1989.

Green, Susan S. Silicon Valley's Women Workers: A Theoretical Analysis of Sex-Segregation in the Electronics Labor Market . 1980.

Gregory, Kathleen. "Signing-Up: The Culture and Careers of Silicon Valley Computer People." Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University, 1984.

Hayes, Dennis. Behind the Silicon Curtain: The Seductions of Work in a Lonely Era . 1989.

Hossfeld, Karen J. "Hiring Immigrant Women: Silicon Valley's Simple Formula." In Women of Color in U.S. Society , edited by Bonnie Thornton Dill and Maxine Baca Zinn, pp. 65-93. 1994.

———. "Small Foreign, and Female ": Profiles of Gender, Race, and Nationality in Silicon Valley . Forthcoming.

———. "'Their Logic Against Them': Contradictions in Sex, Race, and Class in Silicon Valley." In Women Workers and Global Restructuring , edited by Kathryn Ward, pp. 149-178. 1990.

Katz, Naomi, and David S. Kemnitzer. "Women and Work in Silicon Valley: Options and Futures." In My Troubles Are Going to Have Trouble with Me: Everyday Trials and Triumphs of Women Workers , edited by Karen Bodkin Sacks and Dorothy Remy, pp. 209-218. 1984.

Keller, John Frederick. "The Production Workers in Electronics: Industrialization and Labor Development in California's Santa Clara Valley." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1981.

Muller, Thomas, and Thomas J. Espenshade. The Fourth Wave: California's Newest Immigrants . 1985.

Olson, Lynne. "The Silkwoods of Silicon Valley." Working Woman 8 (July 1984).

Saxenian, AnnaLee. "Contrasting Patterns of Business Organization in Silicon Valley." Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 10 (1992): 377-391.

———. "In Search of Power: The Organization of Business Interests in Silicon Valley and Route 128." Economy and Society 18 (1989): 25-70.

———. "Urban Contradictions of Silicon Valley: Regional Growth and Restructuring of the Semiconductor Industry." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 7 (June 1983): 237-261.

Siegel, Lenny, and John Markoff. The High Cost of High-Tech: The Dark Side of the Chip . 1985.

Storper, Michael, and Richard Walker. The Capitalist Imperative: Territory, Technology, and Industrial Growth . 1989.


U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Women and Minorities in High Technology . 1982.

Walker, Richard. "The Playground of U.S. Capitalism: The Political Economy of the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1980s." In Fire in the Hearth: The Radical Politics of Place in America , edited by Mike Davis et al., pp. 3-82. 1990.

Winner, Langdon. "Silicon Valley Mystery House." In Variations on a Theme Park: The New American City and the End of Public Space , edited by Michael Sorkin, pp. 31-60. 1993.


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