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Nicole rated it really liked it Oct 04, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In European cities, by contrast, the spread of districts of ‘exclusion’ does not herald the formation of ghettos. Jorge rated it really liked it Jun 13, This is a book iam reading.
It’s a fascinating argument and for the most part, a convincing one. However, the topic that really grabbed me was the relationship between xondenados and the penal system.
Condebados with the exoticizing cast of public discourse and conventional research, Urban Outcasts takes the reader inside the black ghetto of Chicago and lq deindustrializing banlieue of Paris to discover that urban marginality is not everywhere the same.
Jordan rated it really liked it Nov 30, The hyperghettos of Chicago are isolated, containers for poor blacks, which have been abandoned by the market and state.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Feb 23, Celinakok rated it really liked it. What it does support is Wacquant’s key argument, that the ghetto is almost entirely a product of the State, and requires State intervention. Second, there has been a functional disconnection from macroeconomic trends.
Second, Wacquant’s intellectual arrogance. Please try again later. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Dit boek werpt een nieuw licht op de explosieve mix van toenemende armoede, onvoorstelbare rijkdom en straatgeweld in de grote steden van de Eerste Wereld. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
No trivia or quizzes yet. How does the State cope with advanced marginality? The last part sets out his ideas on advanced marginality, which are helpful in understanding the interactions of race and class in both countries. Jul 14, Patricia rated it really liked it.
Alan rated it liked it Jul 29, I had grown up hearing about several whites in rural areas of, for example, West Virginia, who had never seen a black person in their daily lives, except for on TV.
First, wage labor for individuals in marginalized communities is a vector of social instability and life insecurity due to its heterogeneity of wage work. Open Preview See a Problem? Alex Williams rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Get to Know Us. Jenni rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Jul 25, Yves Gounin added it. Explore the Home Gift Guide. How do they differ in each context? May 04, Heather Meiers rated it really liked it.
There’s some great stuff denouncing the supposed ghettoization of France, and some wonderful critiques of the idea of the underclass. Urban Outcasts sheds new light on the explosive mix of mounting misery, stupendous affluence and festering street violence resurging in the big cities of the First World. L’auteur analyse aussi bien le discours sociologique que les implications spatiales, qu’elles soient physiques ou mentales.
Mar 25, Chanda Burrage rated it it was amazing. It stems from the decomposition of working-class territories under the press of mass unemployment, the casualization of work and the ethnic mixing of populations hitherto segregated, spawning urban formations akin to ‘anti-ghettos’. The state handles this through the punitive containment of the poor in the increasingly isolated and stigmatized neighborhoods in which they are confined, on one hand, and in jails and prisons, on the other.
I thought it was interesting in the chapter on stigmatization that Wacquant points out that numerous individuals living in the Chicago ghetto had never seen a white person in their daily lives, except for on TV. Apr 30, Tara rated it really liked it. He argues that the urban marginality we see today in the US is fundamentally different from urban poverty in the s and 70s.
He claims the issue as one of political sociology, not one of postindustrial economics, racial demography or urban geography. Third, Wacquant discusses territorial fixation and stigmatization.
What it does support is Wacquant’s key ar Solid on issues of both race and economics, this is a great book to take you outside the American experience and look back in. But there are a couple of things one needs to push past though. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Write a ciufad review.