The Nightly Round: Space, Social Capital, and Urban Black Nightlife

@article{Hunter2010TheNR,
  title={The Nightly Round: Space, Social Capital, and Urban Black Nightlife},
  author={M. Hunter},
  journal={City & Community},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={165 - 186}
}
  • M. Hunter
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • City & Community
Using data generated from participant observation and semistructured interviews, I consider the ways in which nightlife, or what might be imagined as the nightly round—a process encompassing the social interactions, behaviors, and actions involved in going to, being in, and leaving the club—is used to mitigate the effects of social and spatial isolation, complementing the accomplishment of the daily round. Through an analysis of the social world of the Spot, I argue that understanding the ways… Expand
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