SOCIOL 2R03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Africville, Deindustrialization, Neoliberalism

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Rent is geared to income, so such neighborhoods were created in order to prevent slums from occurring. The space of africville : creating, regulating, and remembering the urban slum" by jennifer j. Part of a wave of refugees who arrived after 1812. Request to bring in sewers, sanitation, water lines refused. Residents thus went from owning to renting in uniacke (public housing facility. Poison poor: pollution kills almost nine million people worldwide every year 8. 4 million of those living in the developing world. Growth in urban poverty (with migration from rural areas) 2: loss of industrial jobs and resulting deindustrialization has changed the landscape of the city, rural poverty is increasing. 5: distinguish between a ghetto and slum. Increasing income gaps, worsening poverty in urban, suburban, and rural spaces. Studies show that a combination of eroding employment opportunities and the retrenchment of social services and publicly funded social services have led to the rise in poverty.

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