Buy Los condenados de La Ciudad: Gueto, Periferia y Estado 1ª Ed by Loic Wacquant, Peter Tjebbes (ISBN:) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices. Buy CONDENADOS DE LA CIUDAD, LOS by LOIC WACQUANT (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Mais, passées les réticences qu’inspire un sabir inutile, le livre de Loïc Wacquant se révèle riche d’enseignements sur les «quartiers» et leurs pathologies.
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La stigmatisation est universelle: I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Philippe rated it it was amazing Jun 19, He argues that the urban marginality we see today in the US is fundamentally different from urban poverty in the s and 70s. The state handles this through the punitive containment of the poor in the increasingly isolated and stigmatized neighborhoods in which they are confined, on one hand, and in jails and prisons, on the other.
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Its pages could have been trimmed by 30 percent without affecting the substantive content of the book. How do they differ in each context? Showing of 1 reviews. What Wacquant doesn’t seem to realise is that these snide comments don’t do him any favours. It is the American experience I am focusing on for my own research, so this review is ciuadd sided even though I fully accept Wacquant’s critique of such a focus.
It’s a fascinating argument and for the most part, a convincing one. Worth reading, especially his way of presenting the argument is flawless. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Read more Read less.
Please try again later. What it does support is Wacquant’s key argument, that the ghetto is almost entirely a product of the State, and requires State intervention.
First, the repetitiveness of Wacquant’s arguments and the tedium ok ok, I get it! John rated it really liked it Sep 23, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
English Choose a language for shopping. Jul 14, Patricia rated it really liked condejados. The first three chapters were very redundant and not particularly insightful.
Third, Wacquant discusses territorial fixation and stigmatization. Refresh and try again. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Write a customer review. Carlos rated it liked it Jan 14, Wacquant notes in the postscript that this text is “a revised and enlarged version of a collection of articles originally prepared at the behest of South American colleagues”. Fifth, there is a loss of hinterland in marginalized communities.
Ben rated it liked it Ciudac 02, It is a “comparityive sociology of advanced marginality. Jordan rated it really liked it Nov 30, Feb 23, Celinakok rated it really liked it.