Scrutinizing the Street: Poverty, Morality, and the Pitfalls of Urban Ethnography1

@article{Wacquant2002ScrutinizingTS,
  title={Scrutinizing the Street: Poverty, Morality, and the Pitfalls of Urban Ethnography1},
  author={Lo{\"i}c J. D. Wacquant},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={2002},
  volume={107},
  pages={1468 - 1532}
}
Cet ensemble d'articles fait part de recherches ethnographiques concernant l'etat actuel des comportements sociaux des quartiers pauvres des Etats-Unis. Les AA. debattent et critiquent vivement le point de vue de L. Wacquant et defendent l'objectivite et la validite de leurs recherches respectives 
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