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Conference Rethinking Urban Inequalities, with Loic Wacquant (Conference) (2016 : Sheffield, England)
Title Class, ethnicity and state in the polarized metropolis : putting Wacquant to work / John Flint, Ryan Powell, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]

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Conference Rethinking Urban Inequalities, with Loic Wacquant (Conference) (2016 : Sheffield, England)
Subject Wacquant, Loïc J. D. -- Congresses.
Sociology, Urban -- Congresses.
Inner cities -- Congresses.
City and town life -- Congresses.
Equality -- Congresses.
Alt Name Flint, John,
Powell, Ryan,
Description 1 online resource (345 pages)
Note "The edited collection emerged from the Sheffield conference "Rethinking Urban Inequalities, with Loic Wacquant" held on 7 June 2016 and hosted jointly by the two Sheffield universities"--Page v.
Hyperincarceration and Social Inequality in the United States
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; 1: Introduction: Putting Wacquant to Work; Introduction; Theory, Empiricism, Reflexivity: Wacquant as "Post-philosophical" Sociologist; Wacquant in the Polarized Metropolis: Key Concepts; Outline of the Book; References; 2: Class, Ethnicity and State in the Making of Urban Marginality; References; Part I: Class: Gender, Families and Surveillance; 3: 'We live like prisoners in a camp': Surveillance, Governance and Agency in a US Housing Project; Introduction; How a 'Forgotten Neighbourhood' Became a Ghetto
Surveillance: Management of 'the Projects'Control: Management of Poor Black Mothers; Hidden Transcripts and Practices With(in) Punitive Containment; Conclusions; References; 4: Maternal Outcasts: Governing Vulnerable Mothers in Advanced Marginality; Introduction; Mothers as Targets of the Centaur State; Women in the 'Carceral-Assistantial Net'; Feminist-Informed Research: Listening to Marginalised Voices; Social Profile of Mothers in Advanced Marginality; Motherhood Vignettes: Amy, Carly, Sylvia; Amy; Carly; Sylvia; Bad Starts and the Myth of Social Mobility
Maternal Outcasts and Precious CargoChild Removal: A Life Sentence; Conclusion; References; 5: Exploring Family-Based Intervention Mechanisms as a Form of Statecraft; Introduction; Policy and Research Context; Urban Marginality and Policy Programme Rationalities; Application of Wacquant's Work; Conclusion; References; Part II: Ethnicity: Invisibilization, Informality and (Dis)identifications; 6: Fluid Identifications in the Age of Advanced Marginality; In the 'Hood: Identifications and Social Scenes; Out of the 'Hood: Identifications and Territorial Circulations
Identifications and TemporalityIdentifications, Border Crossing, and Contextualization; Some Biases; References; 7: Informality and the Neo-Ghetto: Modulating Power Through Roma Camps; Introduction; Constructing and Diffusing the Neo-Ghetto; Chronology: The Production of Spatialized Race; Phase 1: From Neglect to Essentialization; Phase 2: Securitization and Confinement; Phase 3: Carceral-Assistentialism Consolidated; Phase 4: Contemporary Regulatory Opacity; The Neo-Ghetto: Flexible and Diffuse Confinement
The Leaking Neo-Ghetto: Advanced Marginality, Informality and Spatially Diffuse PenalityConclusion; References; 8: Housing, Ethnicity and Advanced Marginality in England; Introduction; Advanced Marginality and the New Politics of Community; Demystifying the English Housing Crisis: Deregulation and Commodification; From Progressive to Retrogressive Convergence; Conclusions; References; Part III: State: Governing Marginality-Home, Street, Neighbourhood, City; 9: All Leviathan's Children: Race, Punishment and the (Re- )Making of the City; Introduction: City Living
Summary Loic Wacquant is one of the most influential sociological theorists of the contemporary era with his research and writings resonating widely across the social sciences. This edited collection critically responds to Wacquant's distinct approach to understanding the contemporary urban condition in advanced capitalist societies. It comprises chapters focused on Europe and North America from leading international scholars and new emergent voices, which chart new empirical, theoretical and methodological territory. Pivoting on the relationship between class, ethnicity and the state in the (re- )making of urban marginality, the volume takes stock of Wacquant's body of work and assesses its value as a springboard for rethinking urban inequality in polarizing times. Heeding Wacquant's call for constant theoretical critique and development in understanding dynamic urban relations and processes, the contributions challenge, develop and refine Wacquant's framework, while also synthesizing it with other perspectives and bringing it into dialogue with new areas of inquiry. How can Wacquant's work aid the empirical understanding of today's complex urban inequalities? And how can empirical investigation and theoretical synthesis aid the development of Wacquant's framework? The diverse contributors to the collection ask these, and other, searching questions - and Wacquant responds to this critique in the final chapter. This book will be of interest to scholars engaged in understanding the drivers, contexts, and potential responses to contemporary urban marginality. John Flint is Professor of Town and Regional Planning and Head of the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield, UK. He was previously Head of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield, UK. Ryan Powell is Reader in Urban Studies in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield, UK, with research interests in the broad areas of urban marginality, urban governance and the stigmatisation of "outsider" groups. His academic background and orientation is multidisciplinary and cuts across urban studies, sociology, geography, politics and criminology.
ISBN 9783030162221 (electronic bk.)
3030162222 (electronic bk.)
9783030162214 (hbk.)
OCLC # 1112424970
Additional Format Print version: Flint, John. Class, Ethnicity and State in the Polarized Metropolis : Putting Wacquant to Work. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2019 9783030162214.


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