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Lecture 3

POL SCI 124E Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Julian Castro


Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL SCI 124E
Professor
Phoenix
Lecture
3

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Wilson’s 4 classes among black people
Middle class (less)
White collar
Working class (less)
Semi-skilled (specialized training/apprenticeship)
these jobs don’t exist anymore bc automation or outsourcing
Strained this class, makes college degree more important
Less upward mobility, esp when uneducated
Parts of the countries that lose these jobs are
affected as well
Entrenched poverty
Displacement
Revenue- sapped cities
Losing jobs, losing money, losing school
funding
Lower class (more)
Unskilled and service jobs
Underclass (many more)
Poverty, unemployed
Wilson’s solutions (universal, class based)
Create jobs that are protected, sustainable work that doesn’t require a college
degree
Create jobs that fix infrastructure
Raise minimum wage
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