reconsidering-culture-and-poverty.150.223.sSociologists David Harding, Michèle Lamont, Mario Small (special editors), and William Julius Wilson (contributor) reject, in their volume of The Annals, “Reconsidering Culture and Poverty,” the earlier view that people would cease to be poor if they simply changed their culture. Instead, they point to new research that reconsiders the ways in which “meaning-making” factors into the production and reproduction of poverty.

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Interviews on the Culture of Poverty with David Harding, Michele LamontMario Small and William Julius Wilson

This volume of The Annals was reviewed on La vie des idees.