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Contents | List of Illustrationsix About the Authorsxi  Preface: “Baltimore City, You’re Breaking My Heart”xiii Acknowledgmentsxvii Chapter 1  “Different Privileges That Different People Inherit”: Social Reproduction and the Transition to Adulthood 1 Chapter 2  “More People That Have Stuff to Live For Here”: Neighborhood Change and Intergenerational Attainment 17 Chapter 3  “Following My Passion”: How Identity Projects Help Youth Beat the Street and Stay on Track 59 Chapter 4  “You Never Know What’s Happening—This Is Baltimore”: The Vulnerability of Youth Without an Identity Project 90 Chapter 5  “It’s Kind of Like Crabs in a Bucket”: How Family and Neighborhood Disadvantage Hinder the Transition to Adulthood 119 Chapter 6  “In and Out Before You Know It”: The Educational and Occupational Traps of Expedited Adulthood 146 vii viii      Contents Chapter 7  “If It Can Cause Some Kind of Change”: Policies to Support Identity Projects and Reduce Educational and Neighborhood Inequality182 Appendix A  Study History and Methodology 202 Appendix B  MTOQ5 General Description Worksheet and MTOQ10 Field Note Template 223 Notes229 References265 Index293 ...

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ISBN
9781610448581
Related ISBN
9780871544650
MARC Record
OCLC
936257020
Pages
296
Launched on MUSE
2016-03-15
Language
English
Open Access
No
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