SOCE 145 - 05.08.08

SOCE 145 - 05.08.08 - SOCE 145 Violence and Race Blee...

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SOCE 145 - Violence and Race Blee Anderson Wacquant De la Roche Wacquant: “triple exclusion,” denies African Americas: - Cultural capital o They don’t have access to networks o They develop cultural style: different language, codes, ways of presenting themselves in society - Social redistribution - Political participation After WWII, the white middle class expand and afford university education because of housing . Housing is a mechanism for the social class mobilization. How did it become possible for people to go to universities? When WWII end, many soldiers are reintegrated into the GI bill. o 1. Education Provide education. Free money. o 2. Housing Gives money to returning soldiers and enable them to buy houses. The values of houses skyrocketed. House ownership becomes a way of capital accumulation. AA are been subjective to triple exclusion o Wacquant: “triple exclusion,” denies African Americas: 1. Cultural capital They don’t have access to networks They develop cultural style: different language, codes, ways of presenting themselves in society 2. Social redistribution
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