As the council sector dwindles, therefore, and the best properties are sold to white tenants, the prospects for mobility amongst black council tenants already concentrated in the inner city are restricted to a limited range of inner-area destinations that can only reinforce present patterns of racial segregation.
In Social relations and spatial structuresD. Social relations and spatial structures. Nonetheless, there are good grounds to suspect that the movement has been geographically as well as historically varied.
Black people born in the UK to West Indian parents are four to five times as likely as their white counterparts to be unemployed Cross Drawing on the work of Michael Storper, Richard Walker and Allen Scott, in particular, Rogers and Uto seek to explain the persistence of the ghetto in social and spatial terms and the paradox of continued Latino in-migration at a time of high black unemployment.
Some sections of the black population cluster disproportionately into these properties, which accommodate only 2 per cent of all householders but 8 per cent of West Indian families, 4 per cent of Bangladeshis and 3 per cent of Hindu families.
Having quoted van den Berghe approvingly in this context it is disappointing to note his subsequent flirtation with sociobiology e. In these early post-immigration years, local authorities sustained the tradition of central government, failing to provide black renters with public housing and doing little to intervene in the processes sustaining segregation within the private sector.
The challenge then remains of carrying forward the critical sense of these essays into our own communities and professions, where racism remains pervasive and deeply entrenched.
The social geographer and black people: American Sociological Review 41— Obviously, segregation coupled with relative deprivation does not persist independently of economic inequality.
Some forms of racism involve direct exclusionary practices, either thinly disguised as in the case of residential zoning in the United States Johnston or totally blatant as in the case of apartheid in South Africa Smith Hudson eds— The British character has done so much for democracy, for law, and done so much throughout the world, that if there is a fear that it might be swamped, people are going to react and be rather hostile to those coming in.
The geography of racism is discernible at a variety of scales. East End racism, — In Britain, this involves an examination of the colonial context, the legacy of slavery and the growth of the black population cf.
Sage Race Relations Abstracts 4 41— In The school in the multicultural society—a readerA. Acknowledging such constraints, and those set by the policy outcomes sketched above, this section considers the achievements of local governments and local institutions and the implications of these for segregation in meeting the housing needs of black people.
American Journal of Sociology 90— By Race and racism 26 the mids, however, there were many pressures working to change the emphasis of housing policy towards gradual in situ improvement.First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The introduction attempts to place the essays in the disciplinary context of social geography and in terms of the wider social-science literature on ‘race’ and racism. The essays are then divided into a number of parts, each of which begins with a short introductory section. Includes essays derived from papers given at a conference of the Social Geography Study Group of the Institute of British Geographers at Coventry Polytechnic.
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