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Left Behind In Rosedale : Race Relations And The Collapse Of Community Institutions.

Author: Scott Cummings
Publisher: Boulder : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
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"Left Behind in Rosedale is a stunning analysis of community and neighborhood decline. Through creative application of ethnographic analysis, participant observation, and in-depth interviews, Scott Cummings' unique book breathes human life into one of the most serious problems facing the nation's cities: the ghettoization of urban neighborhoods. Transcending demographic and statistical analysis, he vividly and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Cummings, Scott.
Left Behind In Rosedale : Race Relations And The Collapse Of Community Institutions.
Boulder : Taylor and Francis, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Cummings
ISBN: 9780429978883 042997888X 9780429499258 0429499256
OCLC Number: 1024276150
Description: 1 online resource (240 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; 1 Race Relations and Urban Neighborhoods; Background and Overview; A Retrospective Overview; 2 The Ghettoization of Rosedale; A Brief History of Rosedale; The Racial Transformation of Rosedale; Suburban Development and Racial Change; 3 Racial Transition and the Loss of Community; The Elderly of Rosedale: A Window to the Past; Grief and the Loss of Community; Commitment and Entrapment; The Transformation of Neighborhood Life and Culture; The Transformation of Community Standards. The Loss of the White Middle ClassThe Loss of Community Business; The Intrusion of Government; Summary; 4 Racism and Residential Transition: Old Myths and New Realities; Rosedale and the American Racial Legacy; Residential Integration and the Violation of Racial Etiquette; The Erosion of Mental and Physical Health; Crime, Isolation, and Withdrawal; 5 The Adolescent Menace: Beyond Racial Stereotypes; Crime in Rosedale; The Subjective Side of Criminal Victimization; Cars and Outside Equipment; Household Robberies; Street Crimes; 6 Sexual Violence in Rosedale; The Roots Rapist. The Rosedale Rapist7 The Wilding Incidents of 1982; 8 The Underclass of Rosedale: Community Institutions in Crisis; 9 The Struggle to Create New Institutions: The Crisis Deepens, with Elise Bright and Richard Cole; Commercial Redevelopment; The Effort to Save Rosedale's Housing; Gangs and the New Wave of Adolescent Crime; 10 Public Policy, Social Change, and the Fall of Rosedale; Rosedale as a Victim of Social Change; Rosedale as a Victim of Liberal Public Policy; Federal Housing Policy, School Desegregation, and the Fall of Rosedale. 11 Race Relations, Social Justice, and the Future of Urban NeighborhoodsA Conflict of Rights; Social Justice and Residential Integration; African American Youth and the Future of Race Relations; Notes; Index.

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