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Owned, [edited by] Douglas Hartmann, Christopher Uggen

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Owned
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[edited by] Douglas Hartmann, Christopher Uggen
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eng
Summary
An introduction to the new social science of debt. With contributions from leading scholars and a provocative collection of discussion topics and group activities, this innovative series provides an accessible and affordable entry point for strong sociological perspectives on topics of immediate social import and public relevance. The fourth volume in the series, Owned, addresses the new social science of debt. 'Core Contributions' pieces show how sociologists and other social scientists make sense of phenomena like student loans and court fees. Chapters in the 'Cultural Contexts' section engage debt through cultural realms<U+0127> �ranging from Detroit's crumbling infrastructure to global climate debt<U+0127> �that are often ignored or taken for granted. Finally, the 'Critical Takes' chapters provide sociological commentary and reflection on credit, debt, and the American Dream.--
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Hartmann, Douglas
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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Uggen, Christopher
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  • Debt
  • Equality
  • Middle class
  • Economics
  • United States
  • United States
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Owned, [edited by] Douglas Hartmann, Christopher Uggen
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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text
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rdacontent.
Contents
I. Core contributions -- 1. Has Borrowing Replaced Earning? / Kevin Leicht -- 2. Out of the Nest and into the Red / Jason N. Houle -- 3. The Cruel Poverty of Monetary Sanctions / Alexes Harris -- 4. Looking into the Racial Wealth Gap with Dalton Conley, Rachel Dwyer, and Karyn Lacy / Erin Hoekstra -- Tie-In: Object Debt, Subjective Inequality -- II. Cultural contexts -- 5. Students Squeezed by an Hourglass Economy / Robert Crosnoe -- 6. Debt and Darkness in Detroit / David Schalliol -- 7. Andrew Ross on the Anti-Debt Movement / Erin Hoekstra -- 8. Of Carbon and Cash / Erin Hoekstra -- Tie-In: The Not-So-Alternative Media Picture -- III. Critical takes -- 9. Economic Decline and the American Dream / Kevin Leicht -- 10. Are Some Universities Too Big to Fail? / Eric Best -- 11. Pension Fund Capitalism with G. William Domhoff / Rahsaan Mahadeo -- 12. Old Narratives and New Realities / Kevin Leicht -- Tie-In: Deeper in Debt
Control code
FIEb17678195
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxiii, 197 pages
Isbn
9780393920406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)905378635
Label
Owned, [edited by] Douglas Hartmann, Christopher Uggen
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
I. Core contributions -- 1. Has Borrowing Replaced Earning? / Kevin Leicht -- 2. Out of the Nest and into the Red / Jason N. Houle -- 3. The Cruel Poverty of Monetary Sanctions / Alexes Harris -- 4. Looking into the Racial Wealth Gap with Dalton Conley, Rachel Dwyer, and Karyn Lacy / Erin Hoekstra -- Tie-In: Object Debt, Subjective Inequality -- II. Cultural contexts -- 5. Students Squeezed by an Hourglass Economy / Robert Crosnoe -- 6. Debt and Darkness in Detroit / David Schalliol -- 7. Andrew Ross on the Anti-Debt Movement / Erin Hoekstra -- 8. Of Carbon and Cash / Erin Hoekstra -- Tie-In: The Not-So-Alternative Media Picture -- III. Critical takes -- 9. Economic Decline and the American Dream / Kevin Leicht -- 10. Are Some Universities Too Big to Fail? / Eric Best -- 11. Pension Fund Capitalism with G. William Domhoff / Rahsaan Mahadeo -- 12. Old Narratives and New Realities / Kevin Leicht -- Tie-In: Deeper in Debt
Control code
FIEb17678195
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxiii, 197 pages
Isbn
9780393920406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)905378635

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