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The War On Neighborhoods

The War On Neighborhoods

A narrative-driven exploration of policing and the punishment of disadvantage in Chicago, and a new vision for repairing urban neighborhoods For people of color who live in segregated urban neighborhoods, surviving crime and violence is a generational reality. As violence in cities like New York and

ISBN10 : 9780807084663 , ISBN13 : 0807084662

Page Number : 264

Fear Of Crime

Fear Of Crime

Most studies of fear of crime assume that is rimarily induced by direct or indirect contact with a criminal event. Consequently programs designed to deal with this problem focus on either increased police protection or a number of crime prevention programs. In this study, Dan A. Lewis and Greta W. S

ISBN10 : 9781351520058 , ISBN13 : 1351520059

Page Number : 160

Empowered Participation

Empowered Participation

Every month in every neighborhood in Chicago, residents, teachers, school principals, and police officers gather to deliberate about how to improve their schools and make their streets safer. Residents of poor neighborhoods participate as much or more as those from wealthy ones. All voices are heard

ISBN10 : 1400835631 , ISBN13 : 9781400835638

Page Number : 304

The City

The City

First published in 1925, The City is a trailblazing text in urban history, urban sociology, and urban studies. Its innovative combination of ethnographic observation and social science theory epitomized the Chicago school of sociology. Robert E. Park, Ernest W. Burgess, and their collaborators were

ISBN10 : 9780226636504 , ISBN13 : 022663650X

Page Number : 253

The Long Term

The Long Term

The voices of those experiencing life in the long term are often not heard. This collection of essays and personal stories from the people most impacted by long-term incarceration in Statesville Prison bring light to the crisis of mass incarceration and the human cost of excessive sentencing. Compel

ISBN10 : 9781608469000 , ISBN13 : 160846900X

Page Number : 250

The Battle Of Lincoln Park

The Battle Of Lincoln Park

In the years after World War II, a movement began to bring the middle class back from the Chicago suburbs to the Lincoln Park neighborhood on the city's North Side. In place of the old, poorly maintained apartments and dense streetscapes of taverns and butchers, "rehabbers" imagined a new kind of ne

ISBN10 : 1948742098 , ISBN13 : 9781948742092

Page Number : 160

Manufacturing Decline

Manufacturing Decline

For decades, the distressed cities of the Rust Belt have been symbols of deindustrialization and postindustrial decay, their troubles cast as the inevitable outcome of economic change. The debate about why the fortunes of cities such as Detroit have fallen looms large over questions of social policy

ISBN10 : 9780231550475 , ISBN13 : 0231550472

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