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In Urban Outcasts, Wacquant discusses the emergence of what he terms “advanced marginality” and how it is manifested in urban space in the US as the “hyperghetto”.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. A kind of marginality that is loiv entrenched, spatially concentrated and isolating than that in previous decades, Wacquant argues that advanced marginality is first and foremost the product of racial discrim In Urban Outcasts, Wacquant discusses the emergence liic what he terms “advanced marginality” and how it is manifested in urban space in the US as the “hyperghetto”.
Drawing on a wealth of original field, survey and historical data, Loic Wacquant shows that the involution of Ciudaad Breaking with the exoticizing cast of public discourse and conventional research, Urban Outcasts takes the reader inside the black ghetto of Chicago and the deindustrializing banlieue of Paris to discover that urban marginality is not everywhere the same.
Urban Outcasts: A Comparative Sociology of Advanced Marginality
It’s a fascinating argument and for the most part, a convincing one. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Worth reading, especially his way of presenting the argument is flawless.
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Do these policy critiques apply to one or both? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Justo rated it really liked it Feb 15, In this book, Wacuant argues that researchers and policymakers have completely ignored the role of race and the state in creating the ghetto.
To see what your friends thought of this book, condsnados sign up. Ik heb het in het Nederlands gelezen: Apr 30, Tara rated it really liked it. Finally, Wacqant explains that advanced marginalization develops in a larger context of class decomposition and deproletarianization rather than toward proletarian unification and homogenization.
He claims the issue as one of political sociology, not one of postindustrial economics, racial demography ciudwd urban geography. Jordan rated it really liked it Nov 30, 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.
Nov 03, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Loic comapres this to the suburban peripheries of France. 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. What Wacquant doesn’t seem to realise is that these snide comments don’t do him any favours. Alan rated it liked it Jul 29, Siglo XXI Language: In this book, Wacuant argues that researchers and policymakers have completely ignored the role of race and In this semi-ethnographic study, Loic Wacquant compares the black ghetto of Chicago and the deindustrializing banlieue of Paris and agues that urban maginality is not the same everywhere.
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Although the book was published inthe original fieldwork on which this book is based was conducted from in Chicago’s South Side, and from in France’s La Corneuve.
Xenia Pauwels rated it it was ok Feb 12, But there are a couple of things one needs to push past though.
There’s some great stuff denouncing the supposed ghettoization of France, and some wonderful critiques of the idea of the underclass. It is not enough for him to methodically pick apart what he considers to be illogical or intellectually shaky analyses such as the link some academics try to draw between marginalised populations in the US and ciufad Europe. A well-organised presentation of analysis and findings from his years of ethnographic field work in Chicago and Paris’s ghetto.
The bits about France were interesting, though – i’d recommend skipping right to those chapters.