We are asked to consider the interlinked yet transnational workforce necessary for the global production of smartphones and the networks to use them: Congolese diggers using preindustrial techniques, Chinese proletarianized
factory workers, entrepreneurial software engineers from the Global North, precariously employed Philippina call center workers, and Ghanaian e-waste workers.
Historically the city has proletarianized
people, absorbing them into the capitalist machinery of production.
At a time (the 1960s and 1970s) when the Fordist regime of the factory was going into crisis, when the general subordination of society and social productivity to the industrial dynamics of capital was being contested by a new plurality of subjects (women, colonial subjects and other proletarianized
sectors), the irrational and irreducible body theorized by Deleuze and Guattari presents a conceptual blueprint of autonomous subjective transformation beyond the jurisdiction of capitalist normality.
Las palabras descalificadoras de Terry Eagleton en un ensayo ironicamente titulado "The Revolt of the Reader" sobre los estudios de la recepcion, reflejan bien el escepticismo y aun el desden con que un sector de la critica tradicional (marxista y de otros cunos) los ha recibido: "The growth of the Reader's Liberation Movement (RLM) over the past few decades has struck a decisive blow for oppressed readers everywhere, brutally proletarianized
as they have been by the authorial class" (181).
It would surely be defensible to suppose an agreement between all morally sane men on the conviction that a society is in a pathological state if, let us say, 90 per cent of its surface belongs to a few feudal estates, or if 20 per cent of its members are unvoluntarily unemployed for a long time, or if 70 per cent are proletarianized
job-hunters, or if suicide and divorces become mass phenomena, or if there is a hyper-inflation like the German one, or if the family is in complete dissolution.
Its major contribution probably lies in its demonstration that "wagelessness and waged employment are not oppositions, then, but gradations on a spectrum traversing desire and necessity that encompasses many possibilities for the proletarianized
It explores how, during this period, anarcha-feminists like Luisa Capetillo, Paca Escabi, and Dominica Gonzalez advocated for the active involvement of women in the island's labor left as they were being proletarianized
in unprecedented numbers.
In Paris, Cheng was impressed by Dullins performances and later called the French actor-director "the most thoughtful and proletarianized
theater artist" and "the most radical proponent of non-realistic (xieyi) theater," (74) who dedicated himself to theater reform and who was strongly opposed to naturalism (xieshi).
Even elite professions are becoming proletarianized
Fascism attempts to organize the newly proletarianized
masses while leaving intact the property relations which they [the proletarianized
masses] strive to abolish.
In Taussig's classic formulation, the transition to capitalism in Latin America has been incomplete, and combined and uneven development has forged a peasantry that is only partially proletarianized
Wolfe has always shown a certain sympathy with people of real achievements, like the pilots with "the right stuff" and the Middle American geniuses of the computer revolution--and the ordinary folks, like the proletarianized
working class in A Man in Full, the naive and decent Charlotte Simmons, and the ordinary Cuban cops in this work.