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Social justice in diverse suburbs : history, politics, and prospects / edited by Christopher Niedt
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2013
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 3rd Floor  HT352.U6 S63 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Suburbs -- United States
Social justice -- United States
Social stratification -- United States
Sociology, Urban -- United States
Physical Description vi, 268 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-253) and index
Contents Twenty-first-century suburban demography: increasing diversity yet lingering exclusion / Nancy A. Denton and Joseph R. Gibbons -- The suburban geography of moral panic: low-income housing and the revanchist fringe / L. Owen Kirkpatrick and Casey Gallagher -- Protest on the astroturf at downtown Silver Spring: July 4, 2007 / June Williamson -- "In the spirit of equality": conflict, dissonance, and the potential for transformative educational change / Anne Galletta -- Not quite suburban: progressive activism in postwar Chicago / Robert Gioielli -- Fringe politics: suburban expansion and the Mexican American struggle for Alviso, California / Aaron Cavin -- Maywood, not Mayberry: Latinos and suburbia in Los Angeles County / Manuel Pastor -- Black, brown, white, and green: race, land use, and environmental politics in a changing Richmond / Alex Schafran and Lisa M. Feldstein -- Public archaeology and sense of place in Alexandria, Virginia: an exploration of the changing significance of Fort Ward Park / Douglas R. Appler -- First suburbs and nonprofit housing: how do urban CDCs develop affordable housing in suburban communities? / JoAnna Mitchell-Brown -- The future of fair housing in a diverse suburbia / John A. Powell and Jason Reece
Alternate Author Niedt, Christopher, editor

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