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Since neighborhood issues are often of primary concern to women, much of the book concerns the role of women as community organizers and their integration of this role with domestic responsibilities. Now updated with a new introduction to address the changes and events of the thirty years since the book’s original publication, its lessons still resonate in the impact of political and economic changes on everyday lives.
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It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. It gives a vivid picture of the economic ingredients, social struggles, and demographic change that set id stage for a hipsterized Williamsburg and transformed Greenpoint. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.
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 stret the much larger and more devastating global project of neoliberalism.
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Regulations and the Life of a Welfare Recipient. Linus Vieira marked it as to-read Apr 23, Relating local events to national policy, this book deals directly with issues and problems that face industrial cities nationwide: Rachel Gorgy rated it liked it Jan 09, Increasingly prescient at a moment of economic crisis when people are again occupying public spaces in major American cities, spurred to collective action by mounting economic inequalities dia the government’s role in perpetuating them, Susser’s study of change, action, and conflict in a neighborhood that has become emblematic of urban transformation-for better and worse-has much to say to us today.
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