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At that time, neither Susser nor the residents of Greenpoint-Williamsburg could imagine that the combination of regulation and neglect they were enduring was a precursor of the much larger and more devastating global project of neoliberalism. Based on a three-year study of Brooklyn’s Greenpoint-Williamsburg area, Norman Street is an in-depth, detailed description of life in a multi-ethnic working class neighborhood during New York City’s fiscal crisis of Irwin Beaton marked it ira to-read Nov 29, During his first term in the City Council, Stephen has focused on education and early childhood issues, and been an advocate for increased open space in our communities and transportation safety initiatives.
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Her books include Updated Norman Street: A paradigm of neighborhood ethnography in a global context. A Changing Neighborhood 3. Lou Salvaggio rated it it was ok Feb 11, Return to Book Page. Astrid marked it as to-read Oct 01, Nicks Alliance, a community non-profit serving low- to moderate-income North Brooklyn residents since Gloria added it Apr 09, Susser documents how these groups, in many ways, have joined with the remaining working class population to build a thriving community that is now threatened with displacement by municipal rezoning which has facilitated massive plans for new corporate investment.
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Norman Street Poverty and Politics in an Urban Neighborhood, Updated Edition Ida Susser Updates a classic work to include the vast economic, political, and social changes since the book’s publication thirty years ago.
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