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Employing selected chapters from Farm Workers in Western Canada: Injustices and
Employing selected chapters from Farm Workers in Western Canada: Injustices and Activism(available in LOCR), and at least ONE scholarly source of your choosing, write an essay of about 1000 words on one of the following subtopics. The exploitation of domestic and/or temporary farm workers in Western Canada. Choose one of the following subtopics and its prescribed chapter (as your primary source) and, employing at least one scholarly secondary source of your choosing, write a 1000 word essay on the exploitation of domestic farm workers and/or temporary foreign farm workers. 1. Beginning with R. Trumper and P. Tomic’s "Labouring in the 'Four-Season Paradise': Workers And Agriculture In The Okanagan Valley" (in Farm Workers in Western Canada), and employing at least one scholarly secondary source of your choosing, discuss the precarious labour of employees in the Okanagan wine industry and argue that externalizing costs by denying workers employment rights is not a sound business plan. 2. Beginning with Michael J. Broadway’s "Cows, Meat, People: Social Effects of Migrant Meat Processors in Brooks, Alberta" (in Farm Workers in Western Canada), and employing at least one scholarly secondary source of your choosing, discuss how meat processors externalize their costs on publicly funded social programs and explain why such practices are not a sound business plan. 3. Beginning with Jill Bucklaschuk’s "Temporary Program for Permanent Gains? Considering the Workplace Experiences of Temporary Foreign Workers in Manitoba's Hog-Processing Industry" (in Farm Workers in Western Canada), and employing at least one scholarly secondary source of your choosing, discuss how pork producers take advantage of temporary foreign workers and explain why such practices are not ethical or sustainable. You need not prescribe solutions. 4. Beginning with Kerry Preibisch’s "BC-Grown: Examining the Place-Embeddedness of Managed Migration and Farm Labour Markets in British Columbia" (in Farm Workers in Western Canada), and employing at least one scholarly secondary source of your own choosing, discuss the racial implications of farm labour management in the Fraser Valley and explain why such practices are neither ethical, nor part of a sound business plan. You need not prescribe solutions. Other allowable inclusions: You may use more than one chapter in Farm Workers in Western Canada than the one prescribed for the topic. An additional chapter may be one of your chosen secondary sources.

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