Changing Face of Inequality Urbanization, Industrial Development, and Immigrants in Detroit, 1880-1920
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Description: Originally published in 1983, The Changing Face of Inequality is the first systematic social history of a major American city undergoing industrialization. Zunz examines Detroit's evolution between 1880 and 1920 and discovers the ways in which ethnic and class relations profoundly altered its urban scene. Stunning in scope, this work makes a major contribution to our understanding of twentieth-century cities.
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Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 8/30/2000
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Olivier Zunz is the Commonwealth Professor of History at the University of Virginia. He is the author of "Why the American Century?", "Making America Corporate", and "The Changing Face of Inequality".
|List of Illustrations|
|List of Tables|
|List of Abbreviations|
|Detroit in 1880: Space and Society|
|An Open City|
|Concentration, Dispersion, and Dominance|
|Spatial Bonds: Ethnicity, Class, and Fertility|
|The Urban Quilt: Unequal Autonomy|
|The City-Building Process and the Neighborhood: 1880-1900|
|Urban Growth and the Unequal Distribution of Services|
|Neighborhoods, Homes, and the Dual Housing Market|
|The Completeness of the Immigrant Working Class Neighborhood|
|Structures of Inequality: Ethnicity and Social Class at the Turn of the Century|
|The Leaders of Detroit's Industrialization|
|Ethnic Fragmentation of the Working Class|
|Ethnic Endogamy and the Survival Cycle|
|Poverty: Ideology and Reality|
|Detroit in 1920: A New City, Another Society?|
|New Dimensions for a Metropolis and the Dream of a New Society|
|Social and Spatial Cleavages|
|Black and White Newcomers in Working-Class Detroit|
|The 1880 and 1900 Samples|
|The 1920 Sample|
|Occupational Classification, 1880, 1900, 1920|
|Measuring Segregation, 1880, 1900, 1920|
|App. 5: Other Statistical Measurements|
|The Industrial Leaders|
|App. 7: Note on Sources|