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    Authors: 
    Acosta Reveles, Irma Lorena;
    Country: Germany

    This article has two aims. First, provide a systematic review of academic contributions on agricultural wages. Secondly, introduce conceptual and methodological tools to understand the development of the Latin-American agriculture from 1980's to today. Of special importance is the development of labor relations in agriculture.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Acosta Reveles, Irma Lorena;
    Country: Germany

    Resumen. En el mundo, la inequidad laboral entre hombres y mujeres tiende a estrecharse en el último cuarto de siglo, empero, los avances están perdiendo celeridad; la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT, 2016) estima que serán necesarios al menos setenta años para colmar la brecha salarial por género. Desde este marco general de inequidad, este artículo exhibe la situación prevaleciente en materia de trabajo académico en las universidades públicas de México; el análisis se sitúa en el marco de un productivismo que imprime un sello inédito a la organización del trabajo científico y educativo. Se trata de mostrar que ésta lógica operativa encuentra en las tecnologías de la información y comunicación (TIC) un recurso clave para apuntalar las competencias individuales, así como visibilizar los resultados académicos. Se concluye que, en su variedad, versatilidad y potencial, la apropiación estos recursos son la oportunidad para coadyuvar en la reducción de otras diferencias laborales entre géneros en este ámbito profesional. Abstract. In the world, labor inequality between men and women tends to narrow in the last quarter of a century, however, progress is slowing down; the International Labor Organization ´(ILO, 2016) estimates that it will take at least 70 years to close the gender pay gap. From this general framework of inequity, this article shows the prevailing situation regarding academic work in public universities in Mexico; the analysis is situated within the framework of a productivism that gives an unprecedented stamp to the organization of scientific and educational work. The aim is to show that this operational logic finds in information and communication technologies (ICT) a key resource to underpin individual skills, as well as to make academic results visible. It is concluded that, in their variety, versatility and potential, the appropriation of these resources are the opportunity to contribute to the reduction of other labor differences between genders in this professional field.