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245 04 The unknown city :|blives of poor and working class young 
       adults /|c[compiled by] Michelle Fine and Lois Weis. 
264  1 Boston :|bBeacon Press,|c[1998] 
264  4 |c©1998 
300    x, 342 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-328) and 
       index. 
505 0  1. Voices of Hope and Despair: Introduction -- 2. 
       Narrating the 1980s and 1990s: Voices of White and African
       American Men -- 3. Loss of Privilege inside White, Working
       -Class Masculinity -- 4. "To Stand Up and Be Men": Black 
       Males Rewriting Social Representations -- 5. "It's a Small
       Frog That Will Never Leave Puerto Rico": Puerto Rican Men 
       and the Struggle for Place in the United States -- 6. Cops,
       Crime, and Violence -- 7. "I've Slept in Clothes Long 
       Enough": Domestic Violence among Women in the White 
       Working Class -- 8. "Food in Our Stomachs and a Roof 
       Overhead": African American Women Crossing Borders -- 9. 
       Working Without a Net: Poor Mothers Raising Their Families
       -- 10. Refusing the Betrayal: Latinas Redefining Gender, 
       Sexuality, Family, and Home -- 11. "You Can Never Get Too 
       Much": Reflections on Urban Schooling ... for Grown-Ups 
       and Kids -- 12. Work, the State, and the Body: Re-viewing 
       the Loss and Re-imagining the Future. 
505 8  Epilogue: Writing the "Wrongs" of Fieldwork: Confronting 
       Our Own Research/Writing Dilemmas in Urban Ethnographics. 
520    In The Unknown City Michelle Fine and Lois Weis offer a 
       groundbreaking, theoretically sophisticated ethnography of
       the lives of young adults, ages 23 to 35, in two large 
       East Coast cities. Analyzing interviews with hundreds of 
       young people, Fine and Weis provide insights into their 
       startling and often harrowing experiences. A major focus 
       of the book is on the "fractures" in American society: how
       and why those of different races, ethnicities, and genders
       see the world - and each other - in very different ways. 
       From discussions of black men's ideas on the reasons for 
       inequality to domestic abuse among white working-class 
       women, we see the gulfs that impede attempts to simplify 
       the problems of young adults. We hear their views on 
       everything from the construction of "whiteness" and 
       affirmative action to the economy, education, and the new 
       public spaces of community hope. The Unknown City is sure 
       to shape many key debates about policy and community. Fine
       and Weis point to what should be done on the national 
       policy level and describe initiatives that serve as oases 
       of hope in our cities today. 
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