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The typesetter will receive notification of your requested corrections. Once the traditional family productive system of Catalonian agriculture is substituted by an industrial one, designed for exportation and which requires hired labor, the Union, aided by the State, reconverts itself into an entity that provides different services, especially those related with the supply of labor force through their system-as we characterize the set of practices that make possible the recruitment of foreign workers and their con- centration in the lodgings managed by it.

The migratory policy is responsible of the emergence of this system, whose origin is in the—symbiotic relation between the State and the Agricultural Union. In the lodgings—infrastructure of the system—a transformation is operated through dif- ferent devices—lodging regulation, presence of personnel in charge of the facilities, a visit regime, exit permissions, among others—close to other institutions, as labor camps, where the tame of the individu- ality is aimed through the subordination to a dominating power in order to create a new subject, whose value is exteriorized in its obedience to the will of those who administrate the institutions.

Finally, this system belongs to a tradition of devices designed with the purpose to ixation of manpower, whose most relevant precedents are to be found in social institutions as Roman slavery rental II-I B.

Once the model of family farming was substituted by an industrial agricultural system of production based on hired labor, the agricultural union, with the consent of the State, rein- vented itself as a provider of services related with the acquisition of manpower through this system—as we designate the set of practices that materialize the recruitment of foreign workers abroad and their concentration is lodgments controlled by the Union.

In the lodgment-infrastructure of the system-a transformation is intended through different devices—lodgment regulations, the presence of personnel in charge of the facilities, a visit regime and exit permissions, among others-close to other institutions, as labor camps, where the tame of the individuality is aimed through its subordination to a dominating power in order to create a new subject, whose value is exteriorized in its obedience to the will of those who administrate the institutions.

The text that follows approaches, in its irst title, the construction of the working hypothesis of the investigation. Its second title focuses on the terminological aspect of the investigation, while the third is dedicated to a synthetic exposition of the research and its conclusions.

Analyzing the System The pages that compose this work aim to expose a system and demonstrate that is produces a subject whose rights and liberties—that should be protected not only as workers, but as human beings-are under severe limitations.

The observation of the workers attitudes inside the lodgments, interacting mainly with the personnel in charge of their management, gave signs of a decrease in their capacity to untie themselves from the labor obligations they had acquired and, even more, of a limitation of their faculties to develop their lives in the way they believed more suitable. Attitudes that revealed unequal powers, a contractual obligation to necessarily live in the lodgments fulilling pre-established behavior norms which conduct to the normativization of their everyday life and the limitation of some of their basic individual freedoms, as the freedom of movement, were signs of a deeper problem.

Neither the lodgment regulations nor the prohibitions imposed by contract seemed enough to explain the results of the agreement subscribed by the workers, the deprivation of their own liberties. A larger agreement than the one subscribed by the workers seemed to be the nerve of the problem. A triangular system of relations between workers, union and agricultural entrepreneurs took place, relection of the pact on which it is based and which provides the mechanisms to im- plement it.

They tend to order the migration lux and to provide labor permanently available to the agricultural entrepreneurs that demand manpower to the union. The agricultural entrepreneur, although formally subscribes a labor contract with the worker, has not a real employer-employee relation with him, for the system implies a triangular relation, for which the rights which usually concern the employer lay on the union, while the worker is deprived from a signiicant part of his basic rights, as for instance the right to quit the job.

In fact, the legal igure of the employment contract seems unable to describe the system, as there is not a labor market, but a market of workers.

The grounds lay on the genetic relation of the system, designed to harmonize the interests both of the State and the union, that is to say, the control of the migration lux through work, on one hand, and the creation of a monopolistic position for the union as a labor supplier which provides it enough political inluence to keep their leadership as the most representative business organization of the Catalonian agricultural sector.

Nevertheless, the symbiotic relation between State and union is not the only ground that stimulated the creation of the system. The workers interest to ind a job in Spain, even in the offered conditions, as also the convenience for the agricultural entrepreneurs to dispose of a labor force in serfdom were determinant elements in its instaur- ation.

The legal framework that conigures the system lays in the Immigration law and in the policy of job quotas applied to migration. By its exam a new working hypothesis can be formulated: that through this regulatory policy the State aims to replace the illegal immigrant by those recruited in their homeland, at least in economic sectors as agriculture, affected by a lack of competitiveness in the international markets.

Although the irregular immigrants are certainly a cheaper labor, they are also more volatile and their presence generates public uneasiness, for they represent an intrusion in public space and welfare, where they would allegedly practice spoliation and abuse.

The recruited foreign worker, on the other hand, represents the tame of the insolent barbarian; a domestication that avoids the typical mobility of the free men, even when subject to persecution and harassment after been categorized as an illegal.

In it, the worker is simply a commodity, while the entrepreneur is a consumer of a service offered by the union. By reifying workers, controlling their mobility and ixating them as work force, it emerges the possibility to compare this subject to an inhabitant of the nomad cities, once imagined by soviet anti-urbanism Fourquet and Murard, 67 , or even with the zek1, settlers of the gulags Soljenitsin, The regulatory policy that permits the emergence of such a system, revels a legal framework designed for the social control of the nomad Gaudemar, 29 , that is to say, the irregular immigrant.

Analogously as to the creation of the irst vagrancy laws in England during the irst half of the XIV century Chambliss, 69; Foote, or in Castilla, after the arrival of the Black Death2 and with similar aims, the immigration law, as a legal framework of the job quotas policy fulills the 1 We refer to the prisoners of the soviet concentration camps, administered by the General Direction of Labor Camps, whose acronym make the word GULAG.

A new status for workers emerges as a solution to the problem of the need of available labor. The social beneits this new category implies are the eradication of the settlement of poor foreign migrants in the country and to keep the viability of a productive model based in the recruit of workers deprived of some of their liberties and rights.

Capitalism without a labor market Polanyi, threats a democracy, outworn by economic crisis that still requires servile labor. They formed the Prussian Fieldworkers Central Preuische Feldarbeiter Zentrale to recruit workers in the polish border that could neither rescind their labor contracts nor participate in the labor market Mezzadra, The condition of the worker as a subject of commercial transactions is stressed by the labor provision system.

The union amortizes the costs of its recruitment and importation and obtains beneits by increasing its circulation among the entrepreneurs. The union considers the workers as commodity capital Marx, While in the lodgments they are in state of reserve, in disposition to be mobilized intensively every time there is an imbalance between the demand of workers and the offer provided by the union, increasing by the circulation its exchange value Marx, As in an assembly line, the leisure of materials is minimized Allan Nevins cit.

Coriat, Through a communitarian utopia-center of fascist and so- cialist machinations to make the workers a mean for the greater good of the nation Soljenitsin, -the exploitation of the worker is intended. His exist- ence is marked by the footprint of the total institution and the discipline as a mean to correct his conduct Foucault, and Weber, To prevent any impediment to the proper supply of labor becomes fundamental.

As a consequence, a whole series of repres- entations of the worker nourished a discourse functional to the social control of the poor, favoring its forced incorporation to labor and the maximum exaction of surplus value Chambliss, 69; Foote, ; Gaudemar, 28; Polanyi, The private sphere of the individual became subject of surveillance and the reconstitution phase of his life was transformed in the scope for paternalistic measures directed to his domination.

In these kind of spaces the power intents to reproduce the domination that already exists in the working places. The lodgment is one of those and therefore it appears proper to assimilate the lodgment regulations to factory regulations Marx, ; Engels, , as the personnel in charge of them to foremen, both been essential mechanisms for the maintenance of an order convenient to the reproduction of power.

The union reproduces the image that represents the worker as an undisciplined, dirty, trouble maker. By prohibiting some behaviors and commanding others, it secures a smooth cadence in the supply.

Drunkenness and disputes, understood as a manifest declaration of disobedience must be suppressed, for they suspend temporarily the domination and unveil the true autonomy of men. They short-circuit power and put it into crisis, manifesting the sterile nature of the lodgment regulations and the personnel in charge for the production of tamed individuals.

The preconception the union holds of the workers is visible in the behavior of the personnel in charge, as also in the way the workers handle themselves, as an answer to that behavior.

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In the base of their conduct, as the element that sets in motion the relation, the racist prejudice of the personnel in charge can be found. They develop a conduct pattern that both, infantilizes and criminalizes the subject, evidencing the danger that he allegedly implies.

The behavior of the personnel develops between welfarism and repression of the conducts that are con- sidered harmful. Their work is in line with the notion of the foreigner both helpless and menacing. The handle of a job becomes a gift by which the union reinforces its power and secures obedience.

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The moralization of the worker does not seem to be the main objective of the union, for his honesty and integrity are not relevant for the success of the labor supply service. On the other hand, his disobedience and deiance can shake the system and interrupt the supply.

The abandonment of the institution is the most dangerous conduct in which the worker can fall, the greatest of all possible subversions. The runaway, as the union calls a worker who abandons the lodgment, stands out in his desertion from the rest of the workers who remain in the lodgment as an individual who becomes a free man to practice nomadism Gaudemar, 29; Mezzadra, His existence points out the penitentiary character of the space destined to the concentration of men.


The worker, who is even subject to a visit regime, acquires the appearance of a convict whose only act of self-determination is his self-subtraction from the power of the union through the escape. Through it, the liminal nature of the lodgment becomes evident, manifesting itself as a space where segregation takes place, whose political dimension obstructs the full incor- poration of the individuals into society.

The lodgment is the spatial representation of the deprivation of rights and liberties that the workers suffer, a kind of frontier that can only be exceeded by escaping from the institution. In this sense, the escape is the most important political act that the workers can do. Its result is no other than the legitimate assertion of their freedom. Through the escape it is also possible to interpret the lodgment as a mechanism of repro- duction of the social reality that the migrant has to endure, constructed by rejection and dis- crimination, which is activated every time the worker is unwilling to submit himself to the power of the union and abjures of his commitment to be subject of exploitation.

It is a power device, whose shape refers to different kinds of collective equipments with similar aims, the production of subjects, as the military barracks, hospitals, prisons or convents. The principle of closure manifests in all of them as necessary to the fulillment of their purpose, that is to say, the transformation of those who inhabit them into perfect soldiers, patients, convicts or monks.

The strict separation by sex and nationality, the existence of bunk beds and common service areas, like bathrooms, kitchens or dinners, announce the exclusion of family life from the institution and make both analogous.

The interchangeability of the subjects, a requirement of the system, is manifest in the coniguration of the institutions that have been visited. Every time a worker replaces another the reiication of the subject can be discovered, which is also manifest in the infrastructure provided for their concentration.

A system to ixate labor is subject of this investigation, which has led to a doctoral thesis that has tried to give some light to a reality that silently develops in the Catalonian agriculture. We came to this conclusion through the observation and analysis of what happens inside the lodgments disposed for the concentration and storage of this captive manpower. From such an abdication a new subject is produced, whose status is similar to the serf for the submission that he experiences.

This is especially relevant because the organization wields a power delegated by the State similar to the one that the organs of the State hold, that is to say, those who are in charge of achieving the common welfare.

The superior interest of the nation, proposed as a constitutional principle of society over individual interest, seems to be its content, whose achievement only concerns to those who have a strong position in society.

In Spain citizens and foreign posses their own statue deined by the Constitution and law so that their rights and liberties are clearly determined in order to give, at least in theory, legal certainty to its exercise. Nevertheless, the introduction of a system such as the one de- scribed distorts the legal framework, for it produces a subject whose legal status is conigured factually, beyond legality, by the power if the union. One should consider what made possible that an organization without political legitimacy inally determines the rights and duties that conigure the liberties of the workers recruited by it.

The exam of the faculties and obligations determined by the union through regulations of lodgment and working conditions leads us to conclude that the worker recruited in the system has a different legal status from both the regular migrant-whose rights, which enable him to enjoy of freedoms, at least in theory, are not restricted-and from the one that experiences the irregular migrant-directly deprived of certain rights and whose liberty is merely factual.

A consequence for the labor market is that the system allows the agricultural economic sector to obtain manpower avoiding the market. An even more fundamental risk for labor market is the possibility that the system expands to other areas, also incapable to provide competitive working conditions. It would mean to progressively subtract larger areas to the labor market and to formally establish a dual labor market, which would be constituted, on one side, by free workers legally protected and, on the other, by a reserve army of imported proletarians, deprived of rights and prepared to work in serfdom.

The struggle to improve labor conditions would reveal useless before the expansion possibilities of the system to other economic sectors, depressing labor market to a point where the conditions offered to the protected autochthonous labor would deteriorate until they become equivalent to those endured by the captive imported workers.Oxford: Modern Art Oxford, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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By reifying workers, controlling their mobility and ixating them as work force, it emerges the possibility to compare this subject to an inhabitant of the nomad cities, once imagined by soviet anti-urbanism Fourquet and Murard, 67 , or even with the zek1, settlers of the gulags Soljenitsin, Conti, Laura.