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Through the eye of Katrina : social justice in the United States

Author: Kristin A Bates; Richelle S Swan
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, 2010
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kristin A Bates; Richelle S Swan
ISBN: 9781594607356 1594607354
OCLC Number: 790697821
Notes: Originalår: 2007
A dangerous equation : social injustice = social disaster / Richelle S. Swan and Kristin A. Bates. Setting the stage: roots of social inequity and the human tragedy of Hurricane Katrina / DeMond Shondell Miller and Jason David Rivera. "Revolutions may go backwards": the persistence of voter disenfranchisement in the United States / Michelle Inderbitzin, Kelly Fawcett, Christopher Uggen, and Kristin A. Bates. Locked and loaded: the prison industrial complex and the response to Hurricane Katrina / Shana Agid. Social justice movements: education disregarded, lessons ignored / Richelle S. Swan. Reminders of poverty, soon forgotten / Alexander Keyssar. New song, same old tune: racial discourse in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina / Ashley "Woody" Doane. "Reasonable racism": the "new" white supremacy and Hurricane Katrina / Dreama G. Moon and Anthony Hurst. Katrina's Latinos: vulnerability and disasters in relief and recovery / Nicole Trujillo-Pagán.-
From invisibility to hypervisibility: the complexity of race, survival, and resiliency for the Vietnamese American community in eastern New Orleans / Karen J. Leong ... [et al.]. Disaster pornography: Hurricane Katrina, voyeurism, and the television viewer / Benjamin R. Bates and Rukhsana Ahmed. Access to mediated emergency messages: differences in crisis knowledge across age, race, and socioeconomic status / Kenneth Lachlan, Patric R. Spence, and Christine Eith. Discrimination, segregation, and the racialized search for housing post-Katrina / Jeannie Haubert Weil. Katrina's indecorous voices: ethos, race, and survivor testimonials / Terence Check. George Bush does not care about black people: hip hop and the struggle for Katrina justice / David J. Leonard. Ordinary struggle and the "public good": navigating vernacular voices, state power, and the public sphere in quests for social justice / Lisa R. Foster.-
Human rights in disaster policy: improving the federal response to natural disasters, disease pandemics, and terrorist attacks / Hannibal Travis. Hurricane Katrina and the nation's obligation to black colleges / Marybeth Gasman and Noah D. Drezner. Social justice after Katrina: the need for a revitalized public sphere / Peter G. Stillman and Adelaide H. Villmoare. Whose city is it? Public housing, public sociology, and the struggle for social justice in New Orleans before and after Katrina / John D. Arena. Redistribution of responsibility: the gendered division of labor and politics of a post-disaster clean-up project / Emmanuel David. The disappearing neighborhood: an urban planner's tour of New Orleans / Kim Knowles-Yánez. Social justice, planning, and opportunity post-Katrina / Kim Knowles-Yánez. You can get there from here, but the road is long and hard: the role of public, private and activist organizations in the search for social justice / Kristin A. Bates and Richelle S. Swan
Description: xvii, 462 s. : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: A dangerous equation : social injustice = social disaster / Richelle S. Swan and Kristin A. Bates --
Setting the stage: roots of social inequity and the human tragedy of Hurricane Katrina / DeMond Shondell Miller and Jason David Rivera --
"Revolutions may go backwards": the persistence of voter disenfranchisement in the United States / Michelle Inderbitzin, Kelly Fawcett, Christopher Uggen, and Kristin A. Bates --
Locked and loaded: the prison industrial complex and the response to Hurricane Katrina / Shana Agid --
Social justice movements: education disregarded, lessons ignored / Richelle S. Swan --
Reminders of poverty, soon forgotten / Alexander Keyssar --
New song, same old tune: racial discourse in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina / Ashley "Woody" Doane --
"Reasonable racism": the "new" white supremacy and Hurricane Katrina / Dreama G. Moon and Anthony Hurst --
Katrina's Latinos: vulnerability and disasters in relief and recovery / Nicole Trujillo-Pagán.-. From invisibility to hypervisibility: the complexity of race, survival, and resiliency for the Vietnamese American community in eastern New Orleans / Karen J. Leong ... [et al.]. Disaster pornography: Hurricane Katrina, voyeurism, and the television viewer / Benjamin R. Bates and Rukhsana Ahmed --
Access to mediated emergency messages: differences in crisis knowledge across age, race, and socioeconomic status / Kenneth Lachlan, Patric R. Spence, and Christine Eith --
Discrimination, segregation, and the racialized search for housing post-Katrina / Jeannie Haubert Weil --
Katrina's indecorous voices: ethos, race, and survivor testimonials / Terence Check --
George Bush does not care about black people: hip hop and the struggle for Katrina justice / David J. Leonard --
Ordinary struggle and the "public good": navigating vernacular voices, state power, and the public sphere in quests for social justice / Lisa R. Foster.-. Human rights in disaster policy: improving the federal response to natural disasters, disease pandemics, and terrorist attacks / Hannibal Travis --
Hurricane Katrina and the nation's obligation to black colleges / Marybeth Gasman and Noah D. Drezner --
Social justice after Katrina: the need for a revitalized public sphere / Peter G. Stillman and Adelaide H. Villmoare --
Whose city is it? --
Public housing, public sociology, and the struggle for social justice in New Orleans before and after Katrina / John D. Arena --
Redistribution of responsibility: the gendered division of labor and politics of a post-disaster clean-up project / Emmanuel David --
The disappearing neighborhood: an urban planner's tour of New Orleans / Kim Knowles-Yánez --
Social justice, planning, and opportunity post-Katrina / Kim Knowles-Yánez --
You can get there from here, but the road is long and hard: the role of public, private and activist organizations in the search for social justice / Kristin A. Bates and Richelle S. Swan.
Responsibility: edited by Kristin A. Bates, Richelle S. Swan

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