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Author Cummings, Scott, 1944-

Title Left behind in Rosedale : race relations and the collapse of community institutions / Scott Cummings.

Published Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1998.

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 UniM Store  305.800976453 CUMM GA01    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 223 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-216) and index.
Contents 1. Race Relations and Urban Neighborhoods -- 2. The Ghettoization of Rosedale -- 3. Racial Transition and the Loss of Community -- 4. Racism and Residential Transition: Old Myths and New Realities -- 5. The Adolescent Menace: Beyond Racial Stereotypes -- 6. Sexual Violence in Rosedale -- 7. The Wilding Incidents of 1982 -- 8. The Underclass of Rosedale: Community Institutions in Crisis -- 9. The Struggle to Create New Institutions: The Crisis Deepens / Scott Cummings, Elise Bright and Richard Cole -- 10. Public Policy, Social Change, and the Fall of Rosedale -- 11. Race Relations, Social Justice, and the Future of Urban Neighborhoods.
Summary 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's 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 tells the story of ghettoization by explaining what happens to people's lives during the process of racial transition and change.
Subject African Americans -- Texas -- Fort Worth -- Social conditions.
Community development -- Texas -- Fort Worth.
Rosedale (Fort Worth, Tex.) -- Race relations.
Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Race relations.
Rosedale (Fort Worth, Tex.) -- Social conditions.
Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Social conditions.
ISBN 0813334209 (alk. paper)
0813334217 (pbk.)