Martindale Bascom Professor of Sociology
8112A Sewell Social Sciences
Office Hours: Thursdays, 1:30-3:30 (Spring 2020)
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Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley, 1990
Political Sociology, Economic Change and Development, Class Analysis and Historical Change, Demography and Ecology, Social Movements and Collective Behavior
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Seidman, Gay. n.d. “Brazil’s ‘pro-Poor’ Strategies: What South Africa Could Learn.” Pp. 86–103 in Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. Vol. 72.
Seidman, Gay. 2009. Social Labeling in Export Supply Chains: Can Voluntary Certification Programs End Child Labor? publication. India In Transition. Retrieved (https://casi.ssc.upenn.edu/iit/seidman).
Seidman, Gay W. 2009. “Labouring under an Illusion? Lesotho’s ‘Sweat-Free’ Label.” Third World Quarterly30(3):581–98.
Seidman, Gay. 2008. “Transnational Labour Campaigns: Can the Logic of the Market Be Turned Against Itself?” Development and Change 39(6):991–1003
Seidman, G. 2009. Beyond the Boycott: Labor Rights, Human Rights, and Transnational Activism. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Seidman, Gay W. 2003. “Institutional Dilemmas: Representation versus Mobilization in the South African Gender Commission.” Feminist Studies 29(3):541–63.
Seidman, Gay W. 2001. “Guerrillas in Their Midst: Armed Struggle in The South African Anti-Apartheid Movement.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 6(2):111–27.