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Marginality theory and contemporary society

Richard Liddon

Marginality theory and contemporary society

a preliminary investigation.

by Richard Liddon

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.Sc. dissertation. Typescript.

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The comparative sociology of the structure, dynamics, and experience of urban relegation in the United States and the European Union during the past three decades reveals the emergence of a new regime of regime generates forms of poverty that are neither residual, nor cyclical or transitional, but inscribed in the future of contemporary societies insofar as they are fed by the.

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Attempts to understand how adolescents, as a group, come of age in society. Focuses on factors that all adolescents or groups of adolescents have in common by virtue of their age, gender, ethnicity, social class, or some other demographic factor.

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Loïc Wacquant (French: [lo'ik va'kɑ̃]; born ) is a sociologist and social anthropologist, specializing in urban sociology, urban poverty, racial inequality, the body, social theory and ethnography.

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