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Pedagogy of the Block: The Aftermath of the Civil Rights Movement and the Negation of the old

@inproceedings{Toure2011PedagogyOT,
  title={Pedagogy of the Block: The Aftermath of the Civil Rights Movement and the Negation of the old},
  author={Hodari Arisi Toure},
  year={2011}
}
The constraining role of racial, social, and economic stratification on the lives and education of African American males has been argued both theoretically and empirically (Massey, 2007; MacLeod, 1987; Noguera, 2001). Some have argued that one important mechanism is the perception of limited opportunity structures (Noguera, 2004; Ogbu, 1987). This dissertation explored how real and perceived opportunity structures were shaped by political, social, and economic forces in an urban neighborhood… Expand

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