They leave their kidneys in the fields : illness, injury and illegality among U.S. farmworkers / Sarah Bronwen Horton.Material type: BookCall no.: HD1527.C2 H67 2016Series: California series in public anthropology: 40.Publication: Oakland, California : University of California Press, c2016Description: xiii, 250 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780520283275; 0520283279.Subject(s): Migrant agricultural laborers -- Health and hygiene -- California -- Central Valley | Migrant agricultural laborers -- California -- Central Valley -- Social conditions
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Burning up : heat illness in California's fields -- Entering farm work : migration and men's work identities -- Ghost workers : the labor consequences of identity loan -- Presion Alta : the physiological toll of farm work -- Alvaro's casket : heat illness and chronic disease at work -- Desabilitado : kidney disease and the disability-assistance hole -- Conclusion: Strategies for change -- Appendices: On engaged anthropology and ethnographic writing : Methods : Core research participants.
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